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    Here you have something unusual: UGI Corporation, UGI-NYSE

    The company was founded in 1882 (!!) and has paid consecutive
    dividends since 1885.

    Years of dividend growth: 36

    Dividend 6.5 %

    Source Dividend.com dta as of August 2023

    My note: chart does not look good ...but we can wait.
    This company definitely has a good chance of surviving,
    judging by its history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oak333 View Post
    Here you have something unusual: UGI Corporation, UGI-NYSE

    The company was founded in 1882 (!!) and has paid consecutive
    dividends since 1885.

    Years of dividend growth: 36

    Dividend 6.5 %

    Source Dividend.com dta as of August 2023

    My note: chart does not look good ...but we can wait.
    This company definitely has a good chance of surviving,
    judging by its history.

    I like it. With all the things going on in the world plus likely higher inflation Greg Mannarino suggest that commodities are going to rise. With the war stuff going on it seems that energy related investments may also do well.

    Oh, and for it's dividends of course

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    Some people on this thread doubted EC-EcoPetrol.

    What is the truth ? The facts...in this case the chart.

    https://schrts.co/DDZaWjCz

    Do you like this chart ? Do you like its dividend of over 20 % ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oak333 View Post
    There are stocks with big dividends. The theory that stocks with big
    dividends go down. Not necessarily.

    Eg Ecopetrol SA symbol EC-New York Stock Exchange has a dividend
    of over 20 % and the price is stable. The company has been in business
    since 1948. It is state owned (Columbia) ie it hardly can go bankrupt.

    Why the big dividend ? It is state policy. These dividends are meant
    to flow to people and companies to encourage the economy.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/EC/

    Just read the financial statements. You will like them.
    I like PBR better - PBR”A” to be precise.
    Last edited by LeadHead; 11-30-2023 at 12:23 PM.
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    Here are a couple to consider:

    YORW - York Water Co. Oldest investor-owned public utility in the U.S. Current 2.21% dividend is not large, but it is rock-solid. YORW has not missed a dividend payment since 1816.

    MAIN - Main Street Capital Corp. Specialized financial services industry. Close to a 7% current dividend paid MONTHLY.

    Full disclosure, I currently own MAIN, and have owned YORW in the past.
    "It's the lure of easy money - It's got a very strong appeal." - Glenn Frey (The Smuggler's Blues)

    "A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned." - Thomas Jefferson

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    A case before the Supreme Count (Moore vs. the United States) is a test case seeing if the government can tax unrealized profits on foreign investments. If the court rules that the sticky fingers can tax assets with unrealized value, in general, please stand by for pocahontas to introduce into congress a bill to go for taxing everything that the government thinks you might have that's worth more than the purchase price - including dividends reinvested and not taken.


    https://taxfoundation.org/research/a...alized-income/
    American Legion Preamble: https://www.legion.org/preamble

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    i have little bit of T.ENS, paying annual yield of 12.87% and divy paid monthly
    due to its high yield, the stock is trading at ~10-12% premium to the NAV.

    ENS owns derivative of T.ENB, enbridge inc, that in itself is paying 7.71% dividend paid quarterly.
    ENB is a granny stock, very solid company and has growing projects to add to their NAV, back stopping ENS


    As i see fed to cut interest rate for the next 1st half of 2024, it should raise all divy stock boats for the next while
    Last edited by yellowsnow; 12-11-2023 at 03:52 PM.

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    I like PBR better than EC too.

    However, EC is doing better marketwise.

    https://schrts.co/bZzqAFHj

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    EC-EcoPetrol again.

    It has a great chart. CTM (Chande Trend Meter) is over 90, ie
    the stock is in a strong uptrend.

    https://schrts.co/TXkMuTfp

    Dividend over 20 %. Well, it is hard to go better than that.

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    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/6-div...000052534.html


    Anybody can evaluate how these stocks did in 2023 vs the pitch made by Yahoo in late 2022? TIA.

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