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We bought Invesco around $15 and around $10. We are taking 30-100% profits today on overbought conditions and less appreciation potential. Invesco is a good company, but we do not see it having a high likelihood of a double or triple from here, which is what we look for over 2-5 year cycles. Dividend collectors may elect to keep a small stake given the large dividend.
Summary Dividend investors naturally consider utility companies for an income portfolio, particularly investors in or near retirement.Investors in regulated utilities receive a measure of dividend safety but usually give up the potential for explosive growth.Here are brief snapshots of six utilities, one of which is being added to one of […]
Summary The stock market is in a 3rd standard deviation of being overvalued.Low interest rates are a justification for some of the historic overvaluation.Federal Reserve produced excess liquidity is not infinite, but it is sufficient to fuel the rally for now – any pullback in excess liquidity would be met […]
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Invesco seems to be doing everything right by getting on the right side of the big trends. Will its acquisitions work out and is it a buy though?
Kinder Morgan has two little talked about cash flow catalysts that investors should pay attention to. Also, Richard Kinder now owning over a quarter billion shares is about as pro shareholder as it gets.