Author: Tim Plaehn

Stocks to Buy For the Next Government Shutdown

Stocks to Buy For the Next Government Shutdown

This is an era of divisive U.S. politics. The House and Senate are split between Democrat and Republican control. President Trump has very firm ideas on policies he wants to implement. There will be another election next year (do they every stop campaigning?) which means less chances the two parties will want to give the […]

Buy These 3 REITs Increasing Dividends in May

Buy These 3 REITs Increasing Dividends in May

For income stock investors, the best defense against stock market downturns is to own shares in companies that periodically increase their dividend rates. Focusing on a growing income stream changes how you think about stock prices. REITs are active businesses where the good ones are managed to grow income and the dividends paid to investors […]

The 12% Dividend Stock Trump Wants You to Buy

The 12% Dividend Stock Trump Wants You to Buy

One of the big, sparsely covered parts of President Trump’s plan to overhaul the government is his administration’s focus on revamping how many government agencies operate. In 2018 the White House put out proposals to transform agencies in the areas of food, education, social services and air travel. Top on the list are to get […]

Sell These 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks

Sell These 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks

With my Dividend Hunter service, I provide a list of high-yield investments that I have deeply researched, and my analysis shows an attractive combination of current yield and dividend stability. As a high-yield stock expert, I often get asked questions about other stocks or investments that are not on my recommendations list. Sometimes a question […]

3 High-Yield REITs for Conservative Investors

3 High-Yield REITs for Conservative Investors

It has been a challenging start to 2019 for real estate investment trust (REIT) investors. At the start of the year, the REIT indexes zoomed higher. The last few weeks have investors wonder if the party is already over for the year. The financial media is placing blame in many places including trade wars, slowing […]