Weekly Dividend Investing Roundup – June 13, 2009

Weekly Roundup

Welcome to the June 13, 2009 edition of The Dividend Guy’s weekly roundup of posts and articles about investing, dividend and non-dividend related.

If you know of other blogs that are covering the topic of investing and dividends, please feel free to let us all know using the comment section below.

The DIV-Net

Don’t believe the numbers

Why dividend cuts happen

Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats

Risk Tolerance and Smart Investing

Where are the ideas Microsoft?

Low dividend payout ratio

The art of selling stocks

Drug stocks

Mutation of Capitalism

Cleanin’ up with the dividends

Retirement income

The Articles

Clorox dividend upgrade

Improve your financial situation

Emerging market funds – watch out

Lump sum or dollar cost averaging

Curse of the Dow

Expense sensitive brokers

The next quarter‘s plan

Closing a Canadian Shareowner Investment account

The perfect pension storm

Select a GOOD advisor

A meeting with a portfolio manager

Oily ETFs

Experts – why we a drawn to them

A list of investment books

International dividend stocks

A May net worth update

Stocks are for losers

The Black Box Theory of the market

Fix financial television

Buffet and Bogle

These dividends don’t stand a chance

Mad about Madoff

UK dividend stocks

Thanks for reading!

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  1. Chris Leow says

    We in Malaysia are enjoying high growth and high inflation, I do not understand all this complaining. We have to thank China for our strong growth as our economy was going down until March 2009 and China rescued us by buying our commodities. Currently there is strong job market, 2 jobs for every worker, we have to import in foreign labour to do jobs that locals do not want to do ! We have high inflation, an example is a local dessert called “cendol” selling for $1.20 in local currency a month ago, is now selling for $ 1.80 in local currency. Thats a hefty increase, so don’t complain, enjoy the boom !

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