Dividend Forecast - Week of 5/9
Below are my upcoming dividends this week:

Taxable:
$AAPL - $0.23 per share, $0.93 total, reinvesting
$CL - $0.47 per share, $1.45 total, cash
$O - $0.25 per share, $0.52 total, cash

Roth:
$AAPL - $0.23 per share, $0.46 total, cash

Do you have any dividends coming in this week?
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Q1 2022 earnings reports from many Dividend Stocks
Buckle up everyone, this will be a crazy week! There are so many earnings coming up and this list isn't even complete!

Having said that, what's your favorite company reporting their earnings this week?


#Earnings #stockmarket
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Portfolio Bracketology - $AAPL is the Champ!
Portfolio Bracketology has concluded and you have chosen $AAPL as your champ! $AAPL beat $VTI 21 - 16 in the final poll results (combined between Twitter and Commonstock poll).

Below is the final bracket:

The bracket was made up of all 55 of my active holdings - as verified here on @commonstock. Seeding was based on total return since initial acquisition date through 2/28/22. Final rankings are based on poll results - ranked in each round by initial seeding.

Here are final rankings of all 55 holdings based off the results of the bracket (Initial in Parentheses):

  1. $AAPL (3)
  2. $VTI (8)
  3. $O (21)
  4. $HD (42)
  5. $VDE (4)
  6. $BAM (11)
  7. $LOW (32)
  8. $TGT (47)
  9. $XLE (5)
  10. $ABBV (9)
  11. $SCHD (16)
  12. $KO (19)
  13. $VWO (20)
  14. $PFE (26)
  15. $SCHB (27)
  16. $PEP (31)
  17. $CMA (1)
  18. $CARR (2)
  19. $DD (6)
  20. $FUN (7)
  21. $RTX (10)
  22. $SCHF (15)
  23. $VEA (17)
  24. $MCD (24)
  25. $VNQ (28)
  26. $LEG (29)
  27. $SBUX (30)
  28. $HAS (40)
  29. $UL (43)
  30. $DIS (51)
  31. $COIN (52)
  32. $CTRE (53)
  33. $RVT (12)
  34. $VIG (13)
  35. $IEMG (14)
  36. $IEUR (18)
  37. $HASI (22)
  38. $PG (23)
  39. $CNA (25)
  40. $BUD (33)
  41. $CL (34)
  42. $HE (35)
  43. $TIPX (36)
  44. $VTEB (37)
  45. $PPL (38)
  46. $HSY (39)
  47. $CSX (41)
  48. $NSC (44)
  49. $LQD (45)
  50. $KMB (46)
  51. $BLV (48)
  52. $EMB (49)
  53. $T (50)
  54. $CRON (54)
  55. $CHWY (55)

Are there any surprises? Anything that stands out to you?

What are your overall thoughts on Portfolio Bracketology?

I had tons of fun putting this together and getting insight into people's perspective and thoughts on these companies holdings!
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That seems rad to me! I’ve never thought of putting your holdings head to head in a bracketed to-the-death tournament before! How do you determine the lineup to begin with?
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (March 21st-25th)
Two heavy-hitters reporting next week: Nike and Adobe. Really interested in seeing what Nike has to say about supply chains after the recent events. Carnival Cruise and Nio should also be interesting. Full list of companies below.

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Insights on Ad Spend
Advertising has been a hot topic lately, with several factors impacting the industry. The latest Fincredible Macrotalk analyses company earnings calls to highlight the current trends of the ad industry. Here are six quotes that help understand the complexities the ad industry is experiencing.

Ad Sellers:

Ad Buyers:

Dividend Forecast - Week of 2/14
Below are my incoming dividends this week:

Taxable Brokerage:

$ABBV - $1.48, cash
$HAS - $0.71, cash
$CL - $1.39, cash
$O - $0.52, cash
$PG - $1.78, cash

Roth IRA:
None 😔

Do you have any dividends coming in this week?
Who doesn’t love taxable dividends? Do you not hold dividend stocks in your Roth? You keep different ones in there? Would love your feedback on how you approach your brokerage vs Roth IRA.
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Comments on Inflation from Company Executives
Inflation is not slowing down. Last week, the BLS reported a 0.6% rise in the CPI during January, well over analyst estimates and bringing the annual rate of inflation to 7.5%.

The latest Fincredible MacroTalk goes over company earnings calls to analyze what executives are saying about inflation. Here are a few quotes from the post regarding cost inflation drivers as well as planned price increases by companies.

Inflation Drivers:

Future Price Increases:

If you'd like to read the whole post, here's the URL: Fincredible MacroTalk February 9th: Inflation

Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Jan 24-28th) - BIG week ahead!
Hey guys! Here's the upcoming earnings calendar! Definitely a very busy week ahead. Here's what I'll be looking at:

  • $MSFT - Can Azure keep its growth rate? Will a slowdown cause a sell-off similar to the one $NFLX had?
  • $TSLA - Post earnings reaction. This is one of the few high-growth stocks that has shown relative strength. Let's see if this changes post ER.
  • $LOGI - Is demand for gaming peripherals still strong? May be an early indicator of videogaming strength.
  • $AAPL - It's always interesting to hear what Apple is doing.
  • $V - Data on consumer spending.
  • $CVX - General comments on the energy market.

If you'd like an easier way to track earnings dates, you can automatically sync your portfolio's earning dates to your personal calendar with just a couple of clicks here.

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Dividend King 👑 List
Let’s start 2022 with an evergreen for all the dividend investors: the list of dividend kings stocks.

If you don't know, a dividend king is a company that pays an increasing dividend from at least 50 years. These are superior businesses that made the fortune of many investors out there ✌️

Today, we have only 35 dividend kings 👑

$KO +
$PG +
$MO +

I marked with + the one in my Dividend Portfolio / check my profile here to see all my holdings.

Do you own any Dividend King ? If yes, which one?
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