Friday, October 21, 2016

Look Into Braskem: On The Way Up, With Big Dividends

For the past several months, Braskem's stock price keeps going up, and now Braskem is paying dividends yielding 8 to 9%.
Braskem offers portfolio diversification as an international, emerging market selection.
While facing Brazilian recession and scandal, Braskem seems to making the right financial moves.
A list of technical indicators show an uptrend and give buy signals for Braskem.
Sales growth, operating margin growth, cash flow, and return on equity are Braskem's fundamental strengths, and its P/E suggests that the stock could still be undervalued.
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Friday, October 14, 2016

Chevron Maintains Its Blue-Chip Dividend Status

In a challenging environment, with oil price volatility influenced by OPEC and Russia, still-standing blue chip Chevron continues to manage its balance sheet to produce aristocrat dividends.
For the year, Chevron appears to have a solid price performance and financial position.
Quarterly EPS growth, inventory, accounts receivable to sales, and average shares outstanding all seem favorable.
Trend chart studies and some technical indicators look good for now as well.
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Considering Las Vegas Sands: Good Dividend Yield With Growth Prospects

If Macau becomes the new Las Vegas, LVS appears to be well-positioned. The trend charts and certain key technicals seem to favor growth for LVS. LVS' Return on Equity and EBITA growth numbers look good. LVS also offers a decent dividend yield. Read rest of article here.