In Finance 101, the first thing that you learn about is the "Time Value of Money". Essentially, it means that a dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow. The rest of the course of Finance 101 is to determine how to value different types of securities. Let's do a quick overview into valuing … Continue reading The Art and Science of Stock Valuation
With the market falling like a rock, I was able to make a purchase I've been wanting to make for a while, but didn't properly fit into my income strategy; Texas Instruments. TXN is a semiconductor company that has a strong history and is financially very stable. While it has a relatively low yield (for … Continue reading New Purchase: Texas Instruments
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We analyze National Health Investors ($NHI) on whether it's a good candidate for our dividend growth portfolio.
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