Weekly Reading Links 7.9.11

It’s that time of the week again! Check out these great articles from around the web.






What Apple Does With All That Cash @ Forbes

The Stock Pickers Quest for Alpha @ Canadian Couch Potato

Realty Income Dividend Stock Analysis @ Dividend Growth Investor

Companies Creating Wealth by Growing Dividends @ Dividend Stocks Online

Philip Morris International – A Solid International Tobacco Play @ Dividend Mantra

Step 8 Prune and Grow @ Dividend Monk (last article in a very good series)

Will the US Default @ DIY Investor

Nike Stock Analysis @ Sigma Swan

How To Build A 6 Figure Income Dividend Portfolio on $600 Per Month @ The Dividend Guy

Is the Market Half Full or Half Empty? @ WSJ

4 Responses to “Weekly Reading Links 7.9.11”

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  1. Thanks for the mention Pig!

    Interesting article from the WSJ.

    Have a great weekend.

  2. DIY Investor says:

    I appreciate the mention. I agree with Dividend Mantra…the WSJ article is interesting…reveals the subtle bias against dividend investing.

  1. [...] The Dividend Pig has a link to an article to DIY Investor in which the author says he will vote against all incumbents regardless of party if there is no deal. Dividend Monk embeds a CNBC video with an interview with Warren Buffett in which he talks about the debt ceiling. Buffett points out that Republicans raised the debt ceiling several times under George W. Bush. In all seriousness, why do so many Republicans only care about how much money the government spends when we have a Democratic president? [...]

  2. [...] The Dividend Pig has a link to an article to DIY Investor in which the author says he will vote against all incumbents regardless of party if there is no deal. Dividend Monk embeds a CNBC video with an interview with Warren Buffett in which he talks about the debt ceiling. Buffett points out that Republicans raised the debt ceiling several times under George W. Bush. In all seriousness, why do so many Republicans only care about how much money the government spends when we have a Democratic president? [...]

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