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Forbes Dividend Investor

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Adding Ethan Allen, Greif: Forbes Dividend Investor

Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan (KIM +5.67%) was our leading gainer for the week, followed by distribution center REIT and monthly dividend-payer STAG Industrial (STAG +5.30%). → Read More

Adding ABBV, ADC: Forbes Dividend Investor

AbbVie has a large dividend coming up next week, and Agree Realty has experience a wave of insider buying over the past three weeks. → Read More

Stocks End Stormy September: Forbes Dividend Investor

Regional banks were our best weekly performers: New York Community Bancorp (NYCB +5.59%) and TrustCo Bank Corp NY (TRST +5.23%). Pennsylvania bank Citizens & Northern (CZNC +2.88%) was also a standout. → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor

Real estate investment trusts had a rough week, and the decline in Getty Realty (GTY -1.39%) took it below its 10% traling stop. → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor

Two of our top weekly performers were banks: New York Community Bancorp (NYCB +3.00%) and Citizens & Northern (CZNC +2.58%). Titanium dioxide pigment maker Kronos Worldwide (KRO +2.88%) rebounded from last week. → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor

September is living up to its well-deserved historical reputation as a lousy month for stocks. Possible catalysts include diminished chances in the U.S. Senate for passing a $3.5 trillion spending package, and the prospect of higher taxes to pay for it if the package does prevail. → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor

Our two best performers were real estate investment trusts: warehouse and distribution center landlord STAG Industrial (STAG +4.23%) and cell phone tower and fiber REIT Crown Castle International (CCI +3.94%). Fellow REITs DEI, O, and GTY were up more than 1% on the week. → Read More

Huntington Bancshares E-Mail Intentded For Forbes Premium Income Report

A few minutes ago, you received a notification of a trade recomendation on regional bank Huntington Bancshares (HBAN). This message was sent to you in error, as it was intended for my other newsletter, Forbes Premium Income Report. → Read More

Writing Calls On Huntington Bancshares With Dividend Due In Two Weeks

If you do today’s buy write and earn the dividend next month, you will earn $0.95 per share if HBAN closes above $16 at expiration on October 15. With $15.20 per share at risk, the total return would be 6.25%. Over a period of 45 days, the annualized return would be 50.7%. → Read More

Going Camping With CWH: Forbes Dividend Investor

On Monday, Camping World announced that it was doubling its quarterly dividend to $0.50 per share from $0.25, giving the stock a yield of 5.11%. The company produced $7.83 in free cash flow per share over the past 12 months, which gives it plenty of room to pay out $2.00 per share in dividends. → Read More

Adding DEI: Forbes Dividend Investor

Our top performer was pharmaceutical giant AbbVie (ABBV +2.01%), which gained ground despite news that Berkshire Hathaway in the most recent quarter trimmed its exposure to several drug companies, including a 10% reduction in AbbVie. → Read More

Adding VIAC, TRST, QCOM; Dropping SGU: Forbes Dividend Investor

The Forbes Dividend Investor portfolio gained 1.76% over the past week. Our best performer by far was Tyson Foods (TSN +15.17%), which reported better-than-expected quarterly results. Newly-added Realty Income (O +1.88%) was also in the black for its inaugural week in the portfolio. → Read More

Out Of BPMP, Into Realty Income: Forbes Dividend Investor

Crude oil had its biggest weekly drop in 10 months, falling 7.7% to $68.28 per barrel. The spillover from lower petroleum prices inflicted pain on master limited partnerships, with the AMLP tumbling 4% for the week. → Read More

Adding TAK, MDC, KRO: Forbes Dividend Investor

The big hero was New York Community Bancorp (NYCB +6.99%) which sailed higher after topping earnings estimates. Distribution center REIT STAG Industrial (STAG +3.16%) and Pennsylvania insurer Donegal Group (DGICA +2.69%) also jumped after blowout earnings. → Read More

Out Of Intel, Into Kinder Morgan: Forbes Dividend Investor

Intel is one of those stocks you can probably pack away and keep forever, but it has violated its 10% stop and is being removed from the portfolio. Intel’s total return since its addition October 30 last year is 22%. → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor

Pennsylvania insurer Donegal Group (DGICA +6.94%) was the biggest gainer for the week. Distribution center REIT STAG Industrial (STAG +2.61%) remained strong, and soft drink specialist Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP +2.51%) bubbled higher. → Read More

Slipping Out Of Safety Insurance: Forbes Dividend Investor

The FDI portfolio gained 0.29% on the week. Real estate investment trusts were leaders, including three of our REITs: STAG Industrial (STAG), Getty Realty (GTY), and Crown Castle International (CCI). Safety Insurance Group (SAFT) is being removed from the portfolio for violating a 10% stop. → Read More

Getting Out Of Walgreens: Forbes Dividend Investor

Our top performers this week were Pennsylvania regional bank Citizens & Northern (CZNC +2.65%) and insurance company Donegal Group (DGICA +2.27%). → Read More

Forbes Dividend Investor Portfolio

The stocks listed here are ranked from highest to lowest on a model designed to assess value, but all are considered “buys.” → Read More