Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Stocks Added to Collection of Stock Analyses (Update) - Mid-Month (September 2014)

For those who are not yet familiar with my extensive collection of individual dividend stocks. The collection is currently comprised of 387 stock analyses (and still growing) with links to various stock analyses that I found throughout the dividend blog community.
The collection was created in a Google Docs Spreadsheet so that I may continue to maintain and update the list periodically. My plan is to immediately provide updates for new stock analysis the moment I become aware of them. So please make sure to check back periodically as the list will be updated frequently.
The collection goes back two years.  I will continue to delete old reviews that are more than 2 years old.  But to also highlight the stock analyses that have recently been created during the last 2 months, I have provided NEW!! at the end of those analyses.

Originally, I was only planning to provide monthly updates. However, seeing that there is already a decent size list of stocks to report just in the first half of the month, I have know decided that I will provide two updates to my blog collection. One at mid month and another and the end of the month.  This will allow everyone to be more up-to-date with the newly added stock analyses.
With that said, the following is a list of newly added stocks analysis that were prepared during the first half of the month of SEPTEMBER (2014):
  1. Chevron Corp (CVX)
  2. Cincinnati Financial Corp (CINF)
  3. Coca Cola Co (KO)
  4. Consolidated Edison (ED)
  5. General Dynamics Corp (GD)
  6. Intel Corp (INTC)
  7. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
  8. Mattel, Inc (MAT)
  9. McDonalds Corp (MCD)
  10. Medtronic, Inc (MDT)
  11. PepsiCo, Inc (PEP)
  12. Sherwin Williams (SHW)
  13. Stanley Black & Decker (SWK)
  14. Walgreen Co (WAG)
My goal is to make this collection become the centralized source where one begins their research on a particular dividend stock company or at the very least, a source to confirm if a company stock is worth buying. Whether your a beginner or a veteran, I want this list to become an invaluable reference tool for you all. Best part, unlike other subscription based sites, I plan to keep this completely free for everyone to enjoy and benefit from. Feel free to share with all of your friends and family! 
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Collection of Stock Analyses


  1. Its important to have a good understanding of stocks in order to make good decisions with buying and selling. I am a long term investor and will focus mostly on the income each stock will provide me, and not too much concerned with the price. The companies I will invest in have been around for over 15 years, so they will be more established than the current trends.

    1. EL - absolutely nothing wrong with setting a criteria to require that a companies you invest be minimum 15 years old. I'm sure there are people who not even require that the company pay dividends for 15 or more years.

      Having a criteria generally means you have a plan in place. Stay true to your plan but be ready to adapt to a changing environment. Even stocks that have been around for 15 years can and do stumble. :)

      Best wishes for continued success in your personal journey! AFFJ

  2. Wow, this is an amazing list, and a really valuable resource! You've put in an awful lot of work into that! May I ask: I just started my own blog yesterday; may I post a link to this somewhere on it (will full credit/attribution, obviously)?

    1. DD - Thanks and congrats on your new venture!

      You are more than welcome to share a link on your blog. In fact, we encourage you to share with anyone and everyone you know. :)

      Wishing you success with your new blog and personal finance journey! AFFJ

    2. Thanks! Potentially silly question: I have an analysis or two in the works, and you'd be welcome to post them. Do I just shoot you an email with the link when they're completed?

    3. I just started following you on Feedly. I'll now see when your analysis are completed and will definitely add them to this collection.

      Thanks in advance for your contribution to this community. AFFJ

  3. Nice collection you have there. Lots of work, but shows how hard you are willing to work to aquire information in order to make sound investments. Thanks for the hard work.

    Keep cranking,

    Robert the DividendDreamer

    1. Thank you...Glad it shows. Hope to keep it going. :)

      Thanks for visiting. Best Wishes! AFFJ