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Following the big household brands isn’t the way to sure up an <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividend stocks"><strong>income</strong></a>. If you want better than <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>market returns</strong></a>, you have to know where to look in stocks.

Double Your Income With a Retail Stock

29 November 2014 by Shae Smith

Following the big household brands isn’t the way to sure up an income. If you want better than market returns, you have to know where to look in stocks.

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You might be wondering, what kind of <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/investments/investment-strategy" title="More on investment strategy"><strong>investment</strong></a> combines bond-like safety with <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/small-cap-stocks" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>stocks’</strong></a> potential for capital gains? Here are the details…

Revealing Your Ticket to ‘VIP’ Investing

10 November 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

You might be wondering, what kind of investment combines bond-like safety with stocks’ potential for capital gains? Here are the details…

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High yielding <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividend stocks"><strong>dividend-paying stocks</strong></a> are often seen as stable <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/investments/investment-strategy" title="More on investment strategy">investments</a>. But at a certain point they actually become riskier than the average stock.

Why Higher Yielding Stocks Aren’t Always Your Best Bet

23 September 2014 by Meagan Evans

High yielding dividend-paying stocks are often seen as stable investments. But at a certain point they actually become riskier than the average stock.

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Low <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/financial-system/banks-and-interest-rates" title="More on banks and interest rates"><strong>interest rates</strong></a> and cheap money are helping to fuel the boom. As long as the world’s economy needs it, <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/financial-system/banks-and-interest-rates/central-banks" title="More on central banks"><strong>central banks</strong></a> will keep rates low.

The Chart That ‘Proves’ the Low Interest Rate Era is Alive and Well

15 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Low interest rates and cheap money are helping to fuel the boom. As long as the world’s economy needs it, central banks will keep rates low.

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‘Turbo Caps’ are the profitable, or soon-to-be profitable <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/small-cap-stocks" title="More on small-cap stocks"><strong>small-cap stocks</strong></a> that are about to pay or increase their <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividend stocks"><strong>dividend</strong></a>.

How You Can Legally Raid the Cash Boxes of the Stock Market

06 August 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

‘Turbo Caps’ are the profitable, or soon-to-be profitable small-cap stocks that are about to pay or increase their dividend.

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Based on how much <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividends"><strong>dividends</strong></a> have increased over that time... A lazy <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks"><strong>stock investor</strong></a> would be happy with 7.96% per year.

Even a Lazy Stock Investor Can Make 7.96% a Year…

05 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Based on how much dividends have increased over that time... A lazy stock investor would be happy with 7.96% per year.

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It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>stocks</strong></a>. Most of those should be strong <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividend stocks"><strong>dividend paying stocks</strong></a>.

When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

04 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in stocks. Most of those should be strong dividend paying stocks.

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The game is simple. <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/financial-system/banks-and-interest-rates/the-federal-reserve" title="More on the US Federal Reserve"><strong>The Federal Reserve</strong></a> and other central banks want to continue fiddling the market. They want <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>stocks</strong></a> to keep going up.

Why the Federal Reserve Wants to Rein in the Stock Market

16 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

The game is simple. The Federal Reserve and other central banks want to continue fiddling the market. They want stocks to keep going up.

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