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Stock Investor Insights: Why You Should (Still) Invest Like Yale

Why You Should (Still) Invest Like Yale


Why You Should (Still) Invest Like Yale

by Nicholas Vardy

Learn the secret behind Yale’s famous investment model that has generated an annual return of around 10% over the last 30 years...

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Medifast Boosts Quarterly Dividend by 50%

by Ned Piplovic

Although this pharmaceutical company has a dividend history of only two years, it is boosting its annual dividend by 50%...

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Have You Heard of the "Invisible Superhighway?"

It's being built all across America, at this very moment... The Invisible Superhighway is a vast web of high-tech sensors, GPS systems and cell towers that is already guiding driverless vehicles from one address to another. And it all revolves around a tiny electronic device created by...

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Making a Strong Case for Liquefied Natural Gas in 2018

by Bryan Perry

Despite the relatively poor performance of energy in 2017, the liquefied natural gas segment could be a sector powerhouse in 2018...

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DCT Industrial Trust Hikes Dividend More Than 16%

by Ned Piplovic

In addition to increasing its income distribution to shareholders, this real estate investment trust grew its share price by more than 25% to an all-time high in the last 12 months...

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What Would YOU Pay for Good Retirement Planning Advice?

According to a CNN Money report, a typical hourly rate for "fee-only planners" averages $100 to $400. It's also quite common to pay planners 1% to 2% of your assets. Clearly, these costs can really add up. That's why retirement expert Bob Carlson developed his Retirement Watch Spotlight Series.

Every month, Bob presents one specific retirement topic, offering deep insights and actionable takeaways you can put to use right away in your own retirement planning. Better advice, lower costs: Find out more about Retirement Watch Spotlight here...

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