As a high-tech engineer and a value investor, I'm often caught in the middle of what might be seen as a conflict between the two: should value investors shun high-tech?

Hardcore value investors often quote Warren Buffett's reasons for not investing in technology companies: Buffett admits he does not understand the world of high technology well enough to be sure of which companies will still dominate their core area in 10, 20, or even 30 years from now.

 

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For those looking to learn more about good deals in the emerging real estate market, here's a recent post on epicinvestor.com.

 

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For investors who don't want to stock-pick but at the same time who don't want to blindly buy a market or sector index -- both of which come with bad companies mixed with the good ones -- and who want to avoid maintenance fees, there is an alternative: dividend growth indexing.

In this post, I advocate for a new way of indexing the doesn't involve blanketing a sector nor using simplistic metrics such as market-cap weighing or a pure dividend-yield weighing, but instead a dividend growth index, based on a current and historical dividend analysis.

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Find out from my article on The Div-Net how to get more income for yourself. Besides your job and savings, stocks and bonds there are plenty of viable ways you can get into profitable ventures by just being aware of what's happening around you and being a little creative.

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Just posted a new article with a short shopping list of stocks that are in or near my buy price range. Here's the scoop:

PAYX (Paychex) - Buy range: $25-21, Current: $25.47
COP (ConocoPhillips) - $47-38, Current: $48.82
PFE (Pfizer) - $13-11, Current: $14.14
RDS.A (Shell) - $48-42, Current: $50.01
CINF (Cincinnati Financial) - $23-21, Current: $25.53
ETR (Entergy) - $75-60, Current: $70.70

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