Weekly Dividend Investing Roundup – September 27, 2008

Weekly Roundup

Welcome to the September 20, 2008 edition of The Dividend Guy’s weekly roundup of posts and articles about investing, dividend and non-dividend related. Once again a good week in terms of posts and information for all of us avid blog readers.

The DIV-Net

Home Capital Group stock analysis

McDonald’s increases dividend

Sad day for dividend investors

Addicted to dividends

Nordic American Tanker dividend analysis

There are good investments still out there

Goldilocks and the Three Pharms

Whose really bailing out the economy

Become a stock market genius

Festival of Stocks

Johnson and Johnson dividend analysis

Buffet and bailouts

The Articles

The Carnival of Personal Finance

Investing Carnival

Doing the opposite helps your returns

60% of working income – all you need to retire

I bought more GE

Buffet buying Goldman

Is E-Trade your broker for dividend stocks?

If you trade – then this is a suggestion for a morning routine

“You still drinking Coca-Cola?”…. “You still washing your clothes? That’s Procter & Gamble.”

International investing

RBC Direct versus Questrade (I use Questrade)

Sell stock to pay down debt

Where does money come from?

Times really are bad – GE NOT RAISING IT’S DIVIDEND

This is a great time for young investors

Save money on investment costs

12 big personal finance mistakes people make

Thanks for reading – see you next week!

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