Dividend Increases for November 22, 2010

upward pointing arrowDividend Increases for November 22, 2010

  • Hormel Foods – ticker: HRL
  • New dividend: $.255 old dividend: $.21  x-div  1/23/11
  • Yield: 2.1 %   EPS/DIV: 2.79/1.04
  • South Jersey Industries – ticker: SJI
  • New dividend: $.365 old dividend: $.33 x-div  12/10/10
  • Yield: 2.9%   EPS/DIV 2.16/1.46

What to buy?

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After the last few years of watching the Dow (DJIA) peak at 14,000 and then drop to the mid 6000’s it seems like buying stocks would be the last place to look for income. The reality is, even with the recent run up in the dow back above 11,000 there are still good opportunities.

Some might argue that bonds offer more security, but we’ve seen bonds (ala General Motors – GM ) go bust and I for one agree with the thought that a bubble is forming in the bond markets.

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Building a cash flow machine – The Daily Dividend Portfolio

atm machineBuilding a cash flow machine – The Daily Dividend Portfolio

Work is great – if you enjoy what you do. But even if you love your work, wouldn’t it be great to know that you’re getting paid even on your days off? While you’re on vacation? While you’re sleeping?

My Goals

My goal is to begin building such a machine with the goal of generating $500/month. I’ll revisit this goal from time to time increasing it whenever possible.

I’ve started this blog to track my progress towards building a cash flow machine. I’ll begin by making small purchases of commonly traded dividend producing stocks. Later I may venture into options contracts or other forms of money creation including trust deeds and rental income properties .

Building a cash flow machine

atm machineWork is great – if you enjoy what you do. But even if you love your work, wouldn’t it be great to know that you’re getting paid even on your days off? While you’re on vacation? While you’re sleeping?

My goal is to begin building such a machine with the goal of generating $500/month. I’ll revisit this goal from time to time increasing it whenever possible.

I’ve started this blog to track my progress towards building a cash flow machine. I’ll begin by making small purchases of commonly traded dividend producing stocks. Later I may venture into options contracts or other forms of money creation including trust deeds and rental income properties .