Chatter Around the World – 124

Chatter Around the World is a curated weekly update of articles related to economics, investing, dividends and personal finance. In these weekly updates, I also capture my blog updates and news related to my portfolio holdings.


Slow Interest Rate Hike Better for Stock Market than Fast Hikes

Image Source: Bloomberg

Let’s dive into the links that caught my attention this week.

Updates from My Portfolio Holdings

Interesting Reads

Dividend Reads

Dividend Stock Analysis

Have a wonderful weekend!

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12 thoughts on “Chatter Around the World – 124

  1. Thanks for including my Fastenal post buddy. I wanted to say I really enjoyed your Railroad overview earlier this week. I also enjoyed The Dividend Guys compare/contrast article on the S&P500 vs a dividend growth portfolio. His methodology is different from mine, but I really enjoyed the thought process.

    I hope you have a great week

  2. Thanks for the mention!

    Interesting chart on the rate hike. The Fed would be crazy to do any drastic hikes at this point so hopefully the market reacts accordingly. Thanks for sharing!


  3. Thank you for including my IBM and Sanderson Farms Dividend Stock Analysis in your Chatter Around The World.
    I’m one of those that believe the Fed is causing great dislocations of capital by artificially keeping rates lower than the market would have them. The quicker we get back to the market deciding rates the better off we will be.

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