Dividend Stocks: 25 New Increases For Yield Seekers

3 Energy Stocks to Buy for the Upcoming Infrastructure Boom

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Rexford Industrial Realty (NYSE: REXR ) hiked its dividend 33.3% to $0.12 a share for a 3.41% yield. Steel Dynamics Inc. (Nasdaq: STLD ) sweetened its dividend 4.5% to $0.22 a share for a 2.6% yield. This marks the second consecutive annual increase from one of America’s largest steel producers and metals recyclers.
Source: http://moneymorning.com/2014/03/24/dividend-stocks-25-new-increases-yield-seekers-3/

Energy Stocks to Buy With Up to 55% Upside Potential

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Here are some of the Outperform-rated stocks at RBC with 25% or more upside to their established price targets. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. ( APC ) is on the RBC list and is one of the biggest independent oil and gas producers in the country, with exploration or production work in all major domestic drilling areas, as well as in South America, Africa, Asia and New Zealand. Worldwide, natural gas makes up just over half of Anadarkos reserves, but 87% of the new wells it drilled in the United States last year were gas wells. The company has daily production of more than 2.5 billion cubic feet.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/energy-stocks-buy-55-upside-125516957.html

Walt Disney Stock is Still Magic For Investors

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(NTRI) to repurchase $80 million of its own stock or to consider a leveraged buyout by a private equity firm as an alternative. In a letter sent to the weight-loss products company’s Chief Executive Dawn Zier, the investment manager–which said it collectively owns more than 6% of Nutrisystem’s stock–expressed its continued enthusiasm for Nutrisystem’s value and future, but noted it still views the stock as undervalued. The letter, disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday, said Nutrisystem should buy $80 million of its own stock at prices up to $18 a share, and that such a move wouldn’t impede the company’s business plan or capital spending program because each share carries a 70-cent annual dividend, which would no longer need to be paid if those shares were repurchased. Nutrisystem shares were up 12 cents at $15.10 in recent trading. Clinton Group also noted that “there are innumerable private equity firms that we believe would be happy to consider a leveraged buyout of NutriSystem, leaving the management team, strategy and employees in place.” A representative for Nutrisystem didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
Source: http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20140325-707933.html

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More Than Half A Trillion Dollars North Americas energy landscape is currently a crisscrossed map of distribution bottlenecks, broken connections and pricing discrepancies. Eliminating those issues is key to even begin thinking about using our newfound bounty. At the same time, the bulk of Americas new sources of plentiful supply are coming from areas that have not historically been known for energy production. Areas such Michigans Antrim shale and Ohios Utica are becoming hotbeds of production.
Source: http://investorplace.com/2014/03/energy-stocks-to-buy-mtz-cbi-kbr/

Clinton Group Calls For Nutrisystem to Buy Back Stock

For FY 2014 Disney is expected to see 6.6% top-line growth and 19.2% bottom-line growth, also below the industry average of 49% annual earnings growth. So while Disney isnt growing as quickly as some of its smaller competitors it still has solid sales and earnings prospects. Current Ratings Before you buy any stock, you should always run it through my free Portfolio Grader ratings system. Disney has solid fundamentals, particularly operating margin growth, earnings growth, earnings surprises, analyst earnings revisions, cash flow and return on equity (Bs). So DIS receives a B for its Fundamental Grade.
Source: http://investorplace.com/2014/03/walt-disney-stock-dis-stocks-to-buy/


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