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Weekly Reading LinksHappy New Year everyone, and I hope you had a great holiday!

On December 21st 2012, the world did not end, and the hype over Fiscal Cliff turned out to be a dud for bargain hunting dividend investors. Staying fully invested still turned out to be the right move. In the long run it just goes to show you need to stick with the plan, and not get caught up in media hype.

Dividend Growth Investor wrote a noteworthy article, Is Intel Corporation the Ultimate Value Trap for Investors?  Many dividend investors have been drawn to Intel’s high yield and strong results over the years. However the tech landscape has been steadily shifting away from the PC market, into lower powered ARM mobile devices. Will Intel be able to adapt with its strong research and development, or slowly turn into a long and steady value-trap?

You will also want to download the new eBook from The Dividend Guy, Best 2013 Dividend Stocks. Mike covers the basics for 20 U.S. and 10 Canadian dividend paying stocks. The free download expires today, but it’s only $2.99 to download a copy. It is a helpful resource to start the New Year with. 😉

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

The Ninja’s Year in Review: 2012 @ Dividend Ninja

Notable Dividend Increases: December 2012 @ Dividend Growth Stock Investing

Best Dividend Stocks for 2013, and Beyond @ Dividend Growth Investor

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, Poised for Good Returns @ Dividend Monk

Have a nice weekend everyone! 🙂


  1. Thanks for including me! I agree it’s always best not to get caught up in the media hype. Always stick to the plan and don’t let the media influence your decisions. I believe in the long run dividend growth investing will always prove successful despite the short term fluctuations.

    • Dan, your welcome! I really like those monthly Notable Dividend Increases, I need to own more of those. 😉