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The Devil's Financial Dictionary by Jason Zweig (affiliate link) is a nice little time killer that gives brutally honest and often humorous definitions of different finance and investing terminology.
Today's word/definition is:
"Yield, n. and v.: Many investors chase yield in the pursuit of high income without ensuring first that their principal will be safe; earning a yield of 6 percent or 10 percent or more will do you no good if the investment ends up being worth much less than you paid for it...If you buy investments for their yield alone, sooner or later you will be reminded of another ancient meaning of yield: to surrender or to admit defeat."On to the Roundup
In case you missed them, here's the posts from Passive-Income-Pursuit over the past week.
- Nike: Attractively Valued & Poised for 10%+ Returns on Seeking Alpha
- McCormick & Company: Wonderful Flavors, Spicy Valuation on Seeking Alpha
- Rio Olympics, Gold Medals and Bad Investments
Once again I'd like to say thanks to each and every one of you that read, commented, and shared posts from here this past week. I think this dividend growth investing and financial independence community is amazing and the openness from everyone is awesome. Thanks again!
Now on to the links!
Do You Love Your Investment Holdings? by Roadmap2Retire
How to Survive a Melt-Up by A Wealth of Common Sense
Interest Rates Effect Stock Valuations by Dividend Growth Investor
It's Not Always About Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone by Our Next Life
Wal-Mart vs Target: Comparing Recent Quarterly Releases by Sure Dividend
Why I Don't Time Or Predict The Market by Dividend Diplomats
Market Manipulation: It Happens All The Time (Get Used To It) by FI Fighter
Dividend Investors: Get Ready For Multiple Contraction on Seeking Alpha
Changes Are Coming by Income Surfer
Recent Purchases & Quick Update by All About Interest
More Round Out Buys by DivGro
Stock Buy - Flowers Foods (FLO) by Investment Hunting
A Dozen Ways Michael Bloomberg Thinks Like Charlie Munger by 25iq
Also, if you're looking for investment ideas, A Frugal Family's Journey keeps a list of stock analyses and recent buys from fellow bloggers.
I hope you all have a great weekend!
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