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Stock Splits and You

Companies often initiate a stock split when the stock price has had a significant run-up.  By splitting the stock, a company can increase liquidity, while not altering their market cap or diluting it's shares. The object is usually to make the stock more affordable to small-time investors and encourage trading. [...]

Sonoco Dividend Stock Analysis

Sonoco Products Company (NYSE: SON) is a manufacturer of industrial and consumer packaging products and a provider of packaging services with 312 locations in 35 countries. The company was founded in 1899 and operates in six segments: Global Rigid, Global Flexible, Global Services, Global Plastics, Industrial Converted, and Primary Materials. [...]

History Lesson #1: Wall Street

In the past few years, “Wall Street” has come to represent the excesses and evils of a capitalist system. When one hears the term, images of fat-cat bankers, hot-shot traders, and billionaire hedge-fund mangers come to mind. But the most important financial street in the world had some humble beginnings [...]

Weekend Reads for 10.31.2010

Blog Articles Dividend Growth Investor Analyzes Sysco here Dividend Monk Analyzes Kimberly Clark here Dividends Value does his weekly dividend power rankings here Mark from Buy Like Buffett shows us how to make money in a downturn here Mainstream Media Why it’s never to early to start a Roth IRA [...]

Why Altria May be a Better Buy than PMI

If you were lucky enough to own Altria before the 2008 split into two companies, you were rewarded with 1 share of Philip Morris International for every share of Altria you owned. If not, you are left with a decision: do you invest in the domestic operations of Altria or [...]

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