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How Much Does The Volatility Of Individual Stocks Change Over Time?
Clorox’s low volatility is similar to that of Procter & Gamble: as a manufacturer, marketer, and distributor of household consumer products, Clorox’s sales tend to stand up well to periods of economic downturn.
Here’s What Investors Should Make Of Disney’s New Streaming Service
Although the markets may disagree, it appears that Disney’s new content distribution strategy has the potential to be a significant win for the company’s investors.
PennantPark Floating Rate Capital: 8% Dividend Yield And Monthly Payouts, But Coverage Needs To Improve7
At first glance, PennantPark Floating Rate Capital has great appeal for income investors. PFLT is one of 400 stocks with a 5%+ dividend yield. In fact, PFLT has an 8% dividend yield.
The Newest Dividend King: Federal Realty Investment Trust
Federal Realty Investment Trust caught the eyes of many investors when it announced its 50th consecutive annual dividend increase on July 31st.
My Favorite Dividend Stocks In The Financial Sector
As the stock market continues its relentless climb to record highs, investors grow increasingly wary of its next big move, which, based on typical market cycles, is likely to be down. So, what’s a conservative investor to do?
Blue Chip Stocks In Focus: ONEOK, Inc.
In total, ONEOK owns and operates a 37,000-mile network of pipelines that transfers natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs) from suppliers in attractive energy basins to refineries for development.


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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
2 years ago

That article is incorrect about the 26x PE multiple. You can see more in the comments of the article. I believe the author may have made an error confusing PE10 (price divided by AVERAGE earnings over 10 years) with PE on accident, but that is just a guess.

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
2 years ago

I have no idea. There is only one real PE multiple for the S&P 500. It is currently 18.28.

Source: http://www.multpl.com/

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