If you think that the stock market is overvalued, maybe you are not looking hard enough. In its most recent report, RHB dug into tons of companies in the ASEAN region with a bottom-up fundamental analysis to unravel diamonds in the rough.
As investors, we all love dividends. Other than the thrill of seeing a stock you own rise higher and higher in the stock market, receiving passive dividend income from your investments every year is something we all look forward to. Here are seven quick steps to help you pick the best dividend stocks around.
In this uncertain and volatile climate, many investors (and maybe even traders) might rush to holding more dividend stocks.Popular local financial blogger AK is huge on dividend stocks, simply because to him, investing for income is a very good way to achieve financial freedom. But how do we know if dividend stocks really suit us?
The Fifth Person are big on dividends – it’s a great way for many, many people to generate stable, passive income that will grow in time and allow them to retire financially free.
With interest rates maintained so low for such a long time, bond yields were low as well (negative in some places). Meanwhile, dividend stocks gained so much prominence, especially among income investors. But now that the Fed has raised rates twice, and will probably raise three more times this year, will our dividend stocks get hit and fall out of favour?
Is a dividend yield of six to seven percent still attractive? Some people think that heightened rate hike expectations are unfavourable to the prices of dividend stocks. But low-yield bonds are the real losers of rising interest rates.
As expectations of a US Federal Reserve interest rate hike rise substantially, US 10-year Treasury bond yield has risen by 0.5 percent since the start of this month, leading to the bursting of the fixed income bond market.
Hong Kong stocks took a roller coaster ride after Donald Trump has been elected. Some investors choose to trail the market, while others choose to wait and see.
When it comes to the selection of dividend stocks, the size of the companies does not matter that much. Characteristics that investors should look out for are strong cash flows, a consistent history of dividend...
AK receives another letter from a reader who has a few questions regarding portfolio planning.