Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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

For those who are not yet familiar with my extensive collection of individual dividend stocks. The collection is currently comprised of 404 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.
The following is a list of newly added stocks analysis that were prepared during the second half of the month of SEPTEMBER (2014):
  1. A.O. Smith Corporation (AOS)
  2. Chevron Corp (CVX)
  3. Consolidated Edison (ED)
  4. General Electric Co (GE)
  5. IBM Corp (IBM)
  6. Kinder Morgan Inc (KMI)
  7. Northrop Grumman Corp (NOC)
  8. PepsiCo, Inc (PEP)
  9. PPG Industries (PPG)
  10. Raytheon Co (RTN)
  11. Sherwin Williams Co (SHW)
  12. Triangle Capital Corporation (TCAP)
  13. T.Rowe Price Group Inc (TROW)
  14. V.F. Corp (VFC)
  15. Wal-mart Stores, Inc (WMT)
  16. YUM! Brands, Inc. (YUM)

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


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    1. You are welcome DD...thanks for your contribution to the dividend stocks investment community.

      Keep those analyses coming! AFFJ