Jim Cramer is excited about the market’s pullback since it allows investors to buy terrific growth stocks like Lululemon on the cheap.
Altera announced yesterday that the company will boost their quarterly dividend by 33 percent to $.08 per share.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer recently identified 5 manufacturing stocks that are experiencing rising demand for their products.
Even coupling a high dividend yield with their cheap valuation won’t be enough to save Research in Motion.
Many are now proposing that Google should be evaluated as a value stock.
The dividend increase comes as Heinz reported strong fourth quarter earnings results and raised their guidance for fiscal 2012 and 2013.
These are not hyper-growth stocks with potential to open hundreds of more restaurants. Instead these are mature businesses that are focused on increasing their same store sales and refreshing their brands.
Jim Cramer kicked off a week-long series on restaurant stocks by dusting off his Mad Money restaurant guide and highlighting his top 5 restaurant stocks for investors.
Cypress Semiconductor announced today that the company will initiate a quarterly dividend of $.09 per share beginning in July.
Intel Corporation announced today that the company is raising their quarterly dividend again this year.
This marks the 112th consecutive year that the Union Pacific has been paying dividends to their shareholders.
Gone are the days of heady growth rates and disruptive technologies. In fact you could argue that these tech giants are nothing more than glorified utility stocks.
Williams-Sonoma announced today that the company is increasing their quarterly dividend by 13% to $.17 per share.
Jim Cramer believes that investors need to stay in stocks and not ignore the positive growth signs in the market.
To the casual observer, Navios Maritime Partners may not look like a risky dividend stock. In fact, it looks like it could be a perfect dividend play.
St. Jude Medical announced today that the medical device company will start paying a dividend in April of $.21 per share.
Jim Cramer is very bullish on gold and believes that gold prices have a long way to run. Here is a look at his favorite gold stock.
Rio Tinto announced today that the company will pay a final dividend of $.63 per share which effectively doubles their dividend payment from last year.
Today’s dividend announcement marks the 53rd consecutive year that 3M has increased their dividend payment.
It’s hard not to take a second and even third look at what may be the cheapest Israeli dividend stock.
Airgas announced today that the company is increasing their quarterly dividend by 16% to $.29 per share following a 19% increase in net earnings in the third quarter.
Only one company can take the title as the top dividend stock of 2010 and that honor goes to Cummins.
For investors looking for a high yield China dividend stock, Huaneng Power may be the stock you’ve been looking for.
Here are two cheap China dividend stocks that give investors both a play on the emerging markets growth as well as a nice dividend yield.
As his tradition has been, Jim Cramer used the first Mad Money show of 2011 to reveal his Dow forecast and his top Dow stock picks for 2011.
Here is a list of 7 growth stocks that are poised to be big winners in 2011.
Whole Foods Market, Inc. announced yesterday that the company is reinstituting their quarterly dividend program at $.10 per share.
Equifax is quadrupling their quarterly dividend and raising their dividend payout target to 25 – 35% of adjusted net income.
Here is a look at 3 dividend stocks outperforming Apple this year.
Yahoo was once a darling of the dot-com world. Now it seems that Yahoo’s days as a publicly trading company may be numbered.
Microsoft initiated their dividend program in 2003, but this marks the first dividend increase from the tech giant since September 2008.
Diageo announced today that the company is recommending increasing their dividend by 6% to 23.50 pence per share.
In the second part of this interview, we look at growth catalysts for AT&T and the potential impact of losing their exclusive agreement to sell the Apple iPhone.
We interviewed AT&T Senior Vice President of Investor Relations, Brooks McCorcle, about why dividend investors should reconsider AT&T.
Monsanto announced today that the company will increase their quarterly dividend by 6% to $.28 per share.
Murphy Oil announced today that the company is increasing their quarterly dividend by 10% to $.275 per share.
We believe these five factors provide compelling reasons to buy Verizon stock now.
This internet stock offers an impressive 6.8% dividend yield and yet the stock only trades at 5x consensus 2011 earnings estimates.
Airgas announced today that the company is increasing their quarterly dividend by 14% to $.25 per share.
Walgreens has now raised their dividend for 35 consecutive years and has been paying a dividend for more than 77 years.
Cramer believes Verizon warrants a buy despite the fact that the stock is underperforming the market.
KLA-Tencor announced that the company will increase their quarterly dividend by 67% to $.25 per share.
Are growth stocks really finding a better use for their cash piles than returning it to investors in the form of a dividend?
This company has an impressive record of reinventing itself, which has allowed it to be successful for over 100 years.
Here’s a list of 5 dividend stocks for former BP investors to consider.
Gilead Sciences is a cash flow machine, but the stock has never paid a quarterly dividend.
Caterpillar Inc. announced today that the company will increase their quarterly dividend by 5% to $.44 per share.
In an indication that the global economy is improving, Sasol Ltd. announced today that they are resuming their dividend growth policy.
One of our favorite Canadian dividend plays is the Bank of Montreal, which we view as the safest Canadian dividend stock.
Here are the top five restaurant dividend stocks that income investors should eat up.
While Coca Cola stock has outperformed Pepsi over the last several years, Pepsi appears poised to reverse that trend and offers investors a solid dividend with strong growth potential.
Five small cap dividend stocks that offer attractive dividend yields, but are often overlooked by dividend investors.