Since May 2020, we’ve been having a friendly competition between a few popular valuation ratios including dividend yield vs. shareholder yield. How has each of these portfolios performed through December 31, 2020?
Can the 11%-yielding QLYD be a good bond substitute? Covered calls can be worthy investments, but under which conditions?
Which portfolio is beating the S&P 500 by nearly 20%?
More information on the 12 dividend ETFs reviewed on YouTube
Stock Ideas: Opportunity in HD Supply (HDS) & Concerns with Healthcare REITs (VTR, HCA)
6 New Stock Ideas from Q3 2020 13-F Filings
Beating the S&P 500 with virtually no effort? Yes, please.
What 70 years of earnings & interest rates tell us about today's stock prices
7 Extremely Practical Tips to Weathering Stock Market Volatility
Weekly Q&A: Is 5 ETFs enough to build a diversified portfolio?
Two of the six portfolios outperforming the S&P 500 since May. Which are they? Dividend yield vs. shareholder yield vs. P/E vs. Buffett yield vs. "The Whale"
5 Lessons from 91 Years of Data
Introducing my custom timing model based on research
Examining the evidence in favor of a market timing system for reducing investment risk.
The evidence against trying to time the market.