Sunday, November 29, 2015

Week in Review 48/15




Welcome and thanks for reading! In this review, I will gather together important and interesting news and events over the last week related to my portfolio holdings. In my week review, I put also together some interesting articles from other websites that caught my attention during the past week.

Dividends from My Portfolio Holdings:

  • On November 23 I received a dividend of € 11.55 from Eaton Corporation plc.
  • On November 24 I received a dividend of € 39.55 from HCP Inc.
  • On November 24 I received a dividend of € 35.44 from Royal Bank of Canada. 


Dividend income reported after the deduction of taxes. I have also updated my Monthly Dividend sheet.


News from My Portfolio Holdings:

November 23, 2015


November 25, 2015 


November 26, 2015   




Articles that caught my attention: 



I wish all readers a nice next week.   

15 comments:

  1. The Market seems to have disliked the news from NCC, but in the long run, couldn't this be a great deal? I happen to think so anyway.

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  2. I wonder what you think about NCC and the distribution of NCC Housing instead of cash?

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    1. Hi Leif and Ano

      Yeah, it seems that the market was not very satisfied with the recent news. I would personally prefer taking in cash dividends, as the new company's shares. I also do not like the new dividend policy.

      Thanks for stopping by!
      DH

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  3. Heij!

    Any thoughts on Avance Gas Holding Ltd?
    I mean numbers looks good, but why haven't the stock reacted ? Is it just this "oil crisis". Just wondering since you have been owning it quite a while now. So if you got some awesome insider info, please share! :)

    cheers.

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    1. Moi ANHA

      The share price remains low, due to new transport capacity is forecast to be on the market within the next two years. In addition, the economic development of the world has been slower than expected, so that commodity prices remain low. It is likely that Avance’s dividend is lower in the year 2016. However, I’m satisfied, if I receive $ 4.0 dividend next year and $ 1.40 in Q4 2015. That's all inside information that I have! 

      Thanks for visiting!
      DH

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  4. Thanks for the mention, Hawk. Hope you are having a good weekend

    R2R

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  5. Thanks for including me in this week's review!

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  6. Thank you for including my General Electric Dividend Stock Analysis in your Week in Review!

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  7. DivHawk,

    Great articles. Pfizer had huge news, obviously. I wonder what impact that announcement will have on the upcoming dividend increase they are "typically" to have in December. Thoughts? Thanks for writing this review summary!

    -Lanny

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    1. Hi Lanny and thanks. Yeah Pfizer finally found a partner and the opportunity to move to the Irland. I'm not sure if this is a good deal, if I understand correctly, Pfizer will be divided once again by 2018. Hopefully, lifting the dividend declaration will come next month in spite of the merger. 2-cent increase in the quarterly dividend would be a very nice thing.

      Thanks for stopping by!
      DH

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  8. Thanks for including my article in this week's roundup. I hope the week ahead is a great one for you.
    -Bryan

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  9. DivHawk,
    Great portfolio and good blog.
    I'm a small Spanish investor. In your opinion, is it a good moment to buy Fortum?

    http://usadividendosparajubilacion.blogspot.com

    Kind regards,

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    1. Hi, thank you!
      The Finnish state is the largest owner of Fortum, more than 50%, so the company includes a high political risk. In the past year, Fortum sold its electricity distribution business network in the Nordic countries, so it is now full of cash. Over the past few years, Fortum has invested heavily in Russia, now the ruble has weakened sharply, so it seems that at least the foreign exchange risk is realized, time will show how will those political risk be in future. I suppose, however, the dividend remains at the same level in the next two years, but the future growth will depend on how Fortum will invest the money in the cash register.

      Thanks for stopping by!
      DH

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  10. The S&P BSE Sensex ended 51 points, or 0.2 per cent, lower at 26,117 while the Nifty50 closed at 7,931, down 23 points, or 0.3 per cent. SBI and Infosys were the top losers on the BSE benchmark. free intraday tips on mobile

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  11. Thank's for including Dividend Monk! Hope you enjoyed the weekend! Also thank's for sharing Jason's article, didn't know where to find his writing again! ;-)

    Cheers,

    Mike

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