Dividend Stocks

Dividend stocks make cash payouts that serve as a way for companies to share the wealth they’ve accumulated.  These payouts are drawn from earnings and cash flow and paid to the shareholders of the company. Typically, these dividends are paid quarterly, although they may be paid annually or even monthly as well.

Dividends can produce as much as a third of your total return over long periods, and you can even retire on dividends.

There are 4 key stock dividend dates that are involved with dividend payments:

1- The Declaration Date is several weeks in advance of a dividend payment—it’s when company’s board of directors sets the amount and timing of the proposed payment.
2- The Payable Date is the date set by the board on which the dividend will actually be paid out to shareholders.
3- The Record Date is for shareholders who hold the stock before the payable date and receive the dividend payment. That date is set any number of weeks before the payable date.
4-The Ex-Dividend Date is two business days before the record date and it’s when the shares begin to trade without their dividend. If you buy stocks one day or more before their ex-dividend date, you will still get the dividend. That’s when a stock is said to trade cum-dividend. If you buy on the ex-dividend date or later, you won’t get the dividend. The ex-dividend date is in place to allow pending stock trades to settle.

We think very highly of stocks that have been paying dividends for five or more years, at TSI Network. Many of these stocks fit in well with our three-part Successful Investor philosophy:

1- Invest mainly in well-established companies;
2- Spread your money out across most if not all of the five main economic sectors (Manufacturing & Industry; Resources & Commodities; Consumer; Finance; and Utilities);
3- Downplay or avoid stocks in the broker/media limelight.

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Wajax Corp. yields a high 6.6%

Wajax Corp. yields a high 6.6%

Stronger demand for product support services, rental equipment and industrial parts drove a 9.4% revenue boost for this heavy equipment seller and servicer in the most-recent quarter.

Restructuring and a significant acquisition should help keep cash flow high enough to support this dividend.

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Get a 6.7% yield from British-American Tobacco plc

Get a 6.7% yield from British-American Tobacco plc

A Member of Pat McKeough’s Inner Circle recently asked for his advice on one of the world’s leading tobacco manufacturing, distribution and sales companies as it further expands into vaping products.

Pat notes that “sin stocks,” in general, have delivered steady returns despite ever-tightening government restrictions… Read More

Acquisition readies Telus for 5G

Acquisition readies Telus for 5G

The company recently paid $931 million for new 600 MHz radio frequencies. The purchase is key to the launch of its ultrafast 5G wireless Internet service.

In the meantime, the stock yields a high 4.6% yield and the company has raised its dividend an average 8.6%… Read More

TransAlta Renewables’ 7% yield is powered by wind

TransAlta Renewables’ 7% yield is powered by wind

A Member of Pat McKeough’s Inner Circle recently asked for his views on one of Canada’s largest generators of wind power. The company is also among the country’s largest publicly traded renewable power firms.

Pat notes that renewable energy relies heavily on government subsidies, although the… Read More

Activist Investing Strategies aim to Boost Shareholder Value

Activist Investing Strategies aim to Boost Shareholder Value

Hedge funds and others using activist investing strategies can push companies to higher levels of profit and efficiency
In general, activist investing strategies are used by hedge funds and other large investors, or groups of investors, in an individual company to push the firm to boost… Read More

This REIT’s strategy is set to strengthen investor returns

A leading office and retail property owner, this REIT has completed a major restructuring to sell its non-core properties and focus on big urban markets.

The company’s units yield a high 4.1%, which—along with a strong cash flow forecast for 2019—just adds to its appeal.


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Barclays plc focuses on its turnaround

Barclays plc focuses on its turnaround

A Member of Pat McKeough’s Inner Circle recently asked for his advice on a U.K.-based bank and financial services giant that provides retail banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth management services.

Pat notes that the attention of activist investors, plus the improving results… Read More