Prakash Kolli

Founder and Author,

Dividend Power

  • Founder and Author of the Dividend Power Investment Blog
  • Focus on Undervalued Stocks with Growth and Capital Potential
  • Cited on Seeking Alpha, Sure Dividend, ValueWalk, and other Financial Sites

About Prakash

Prakash Kolli is the founder and author of the Dividend Power investment blog. He writes about dividend growth stocks for the long-term small investor seeking to invest in dividend stocks for income and growth. His focus is on undervalued stocks with sustainable dividend growth and capital appreciation potential. His work has appeared on Seeking Alpha, Sure Dividend, ValueWalk, and other financial sites.

Prakash's Articles

In 2023, investors have fled some sectors and industries because their results are sensitive to inflation and rapidly rising interest rates. They also fear a recession. However, recession has yet to occur, and stocks like Verizon Communications (VZ) remain attractive, writes Prakash Kolli, editor of Dividend Power.
If you are looking for a high-quality dividend growth company, you will be very interested in our next undervalued stock, Williams-Sonoma (WSM), the upscale home goods retailer. In this article, we will determine if the company is undervalued and deserving of our hard earned money, says Prakash Kolli, editor of Dividend Power.
Every now and then, the stock market overreacts. Investors sell stocks because of fear, and solid businesses are mispriced. Savvy investors take advantage, which is what you should do with PNC Financial Services Group (PNC), suggests Prakash Kolli, editor of Dividend Power.
An old proverb states, “March comes in like a lion, out like a lamb.” It refers to the weather. But it can be applied to the stock market in March 2023. One of the best ways to profit from recent, indiscriminate selling is by targeting the high-yield dividend growth stock Best Buy Co. (BBY), says Prakash Kolli, editor of Dividend Power.

Prakash's Videos

Dividend growth investing is an increasingly popular investing strategy. It is simple and easy to follow. Investors buy a diversified portfolio of stocks that increase their dividends each year. These companies are often successful in returning cash to shareholders. The stocks are held for an extended period, and the dividend is reinvested, leveraging the power of compound growth. Prakash Kolli will discuss why this method succeeds and highlight some undervalued dividend growth stocks today.
Dividend growth investing has increased in popularity over the past decade. The concept is simple. Buy a basket of stocks that raise their dividends annually, reinvest the dividends, and hold for a longer period of time. In this discussion, Prakash Kolli covers the advantages and risks of dividend growth investing. Stocks that have grown their dividend for decades are few-in-number but include some very well-known ones. He will discuss the Dividend Kings, which have raised the dividend for 50+ years, and the Dividend Champions, which have raised the dividend for 25+ years. Mr. Kolli considers what it takes for a stock to achieve this status.

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The Dividend Power

Articles two to three days per week usually on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  “Week In Review” on Sunday, which includes more nuanced investment, stock market, and economic content with my commentary. The newsletter also includes some additional insights such as a weekly reader sentiment survey.

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