Exxon Mobil (XOM) Shareholders Are Finally Being Rewarded

In my recent Imperial Oil (IMO) Is Gushing Free Cash Flow guest post at Dividend Power, I explain why I am not initiating a position in the company. Instead, I am increasing my exposure to Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) which owns 69.6% of IMO; my Exxon Mobil (XOM) Shareholders Are Finally Being Rewarded guest post [...]

By |July 14th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Exxon Mobil (XOM) Shareholders Are Finally Being Rewarded

Profit From PepsiCo’s Addictive Products

Profit From PepsiCo's Addictive Products Many investors are undoubtedly familiar with PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP); its product offerings can be viewed here. It is, after all, a company which sold consumable products in more than 200 countries and territories in FY2021. While PEP has an entire section on its website devoted to Health & [...]

By |July 12th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Profit From PepsiCo’s Addictive Products

Goldman Sachs’ Earnings Are Becoming More Resilient and Diversified

Goldman Sachs' (GS) earnings have historically been volatile. Once David Solomon took over CEO responsibilities from Lloyd Blankfein in January 2019, however, the firm embarked on a strategy to generate more durable and sustainable fee-based revenues and to better manage capital efficiency. Significant progress has been made over the past couple of years and GS's [...]

By |July 8th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Goldman Sachs’ Earnings Are Becoming More Resilient and Diversified

Imperial Oil (IMO) Is Gushing Free Cash Flow

Imperial Oil (IMO) Is Gushing Free Cash Flow After mid-June, we witnessed a pullback in the share price of integrated oil and gas companies. I consider this pullback as a buying opportunity and explain in my July 7, 2022 Imperial Oil (IMO) Is Gushing Free Cash Flow guest post at Dividend Power why [...]

By |July 7th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Imperial Oil (IMO) Is Gushing Free Cash Flow

Nike’s Valuation Is Compelling

I continually look to add to positions and last reviewed Nike (NKE) at which time I concluded shares were overvalued. After that post, global economic conditions significantly changed. This has led to a decline in the share price of many of my existing holdings; NKE is one such company. While I welcome a drop in [...]

By |July 5th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Nike’s Valuation Is Compelling

Paychex Should Benefit From A Rising Rate Environment

Much like Automatic Data Processing (ADP) which I analyzed in this January 27 2022 post, Paychex should benefit from a rising rate environment. This is because it often holds over $4.5B in funds held for clients, cash and cash equivalents, restricted cash, and corporate investments. Management's FY2023 projection is for $85 - $95 million of [...]

By |June 30th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on Paychex Should Benefit From A Rising Rate Environment

I Am Not Adding To My FedEx Exposure Despite Its Attractive Valuation

Following the completion of its TNT acquisition in May 2016, FedEx (FDX) realized the TNT business was severely under-invested. While the investment community did not respond kindly to this revelation, I considered this to be an opportunity to initiate a position through a retirement account for which I do not disclose details. In my June [...]

By |June 25th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on I Am Not Adding To My FedEx Exposure Despite Its Attractive Valuation

5 Low P/E Stocks Investors Should Overlook

In a recent post on a popular investment website, readers are presented with 5 low P/E stocks that investors must not overlook. Within minutes, however, it is readily apparent these are 5 low P/E stocks investors should overlook. The 5 companies ranked from highest to lowest risk, are as follows. Although the major rating agencies [...]

By |June 10th, 2022|Equity Investing|Comments Off on 5 Low P/E Stocks Investors Should Overlook

Pass On Stanley Black and Decker

In my June 9, 2022 Pass On Stanley Black and Decker guest post at Dividend Power, I present why investors would be wise to look at other potential investments. Although its: dividend has increased for 55 consecutive years; dividend yield is ~2.76% (based on a ~$116.60 share price when I composed this guest post); valuation [...]

By |June 9th, 2022|Dividend King, Equity Investing|Comments Off on Pass On Stanley Black and Decker

Hormel – Pass on This Dividend King

I last reviewed Hormel (HRL) in this May 21, 2021 post at which time I concluded it was an overvalued Dividend King. This Dividend King has a history of 375 consecutive quarters of dividend payments and dividend increases of 56 consecutive years; it has paid a regular quarterly dividend without interruption since becoming a public [...]

By |June 3rd, 2022|Dividend King, Equity Investing|Comments Off on Hormel – Pass on This Dividend King
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