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As I said in the MY INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY page on this site, I do not consider myself a GROWTH investor nor do I consider myself to be a VALUE investor. I keep reading and researching about different business and industries in an attempt to find those which I believe would make good long-term investments whether or not they fit into GROWTH of VALUE buckets. I have always been fascinated by advertising/marketing, and if my love for finance and investing weren’t so strong, I would have probably tried my hand at marketing.
SNA investors were handsomely rewarded with news of a 16.4% increase in its quarterly dividend to $0.71 per share. You can read the release below:
You can check out my original post on why I believe SNA would make an excellent investment for the long-term investor:
Jeffrey Ubben is considered by many to be a value investing “God”:
You can read my take on why I think TRN is an attractive investment:
Big news out of Canada recently folks as that country’s answer to Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., sold almost 90% of its long-dated U.S. Treasury holdings in what appears to be a risk-off move on the cusp of U.S. elections and lingering global uncertainty.
Its better to have a handful of great stocks than a ton of mediocre ones:
Automobile retailer Penske Automotive Group (NYSE: PAG) announced a U.S. 1 cent increase in its quarterly dividend to U.S. 29 cents per share today. Today’s dividend increase follows similar increases announced in January, May, and July of this year, and amounts to a total increase over the final quarterly 2015 dividend of an impressive 16%.
You can read the announcement here: