INTERVIEW A Little Bit Extra Tim Plaehn discusses his criteria for finding stocks with dividend growth and offering high yield and he shares one company that he has liked for some time.

INTERVIEW Dividend-Paying Stock Selection Tim Plaehn of The Dividend Hunter discusses his basic methodology of yield vs. dividend growth for finding dividend-paying stock candidates.

INTERVIEW A Market of Stocks, Not a Stock Market John Buckingham highlights a few of the dividend-paying stocks that are actually benefiting from the volatility of the energy sector.

INTERVIEW Should You Worry About Dividend Cuts? The recent dividend cut by Freeport-McMoran has MoneyShow's Jim Jubak wondering whether investors should expect cuts in other sectors in the months ahead.

INTERVIEW Will Interest Rates Going Up Be the Death Knell for Dividend Stocks? Harry Domash doesn't think so and highlights two categories that can benefit from interest rates going up and why the companies' dividend-paying stocks should not suffer.

SPEAKER Conrad, Roger Roger Conrad is co-founder and chief editor of Capitalist Times and publisher of Energy and Income Advisor, Capitalist Times, and Conrad's Utility Investor. He's been on the MoneyShow circuit since 1989, with a focus on utilities, Canadian and Australian high-yielding stocks, master limited partnerships, and other income and growth investments worldwide. From 1989 to 2013, Mr. Conrad was founding and sole editor of Utility Forecaster.


INTERVIEW Why Are Dividends Important? Kelley Wright, editor of IQ Trends, shares the six criterion he uses for his dividend-based stock selection strategy.

INTERVIEW What Matters When Evaluating Dividend Stocks? Harry Domash lays out how to look at operating cash flow to evaluate which companies have plenty of money to cover their dividends and which do not.

INTERVIEW Are Utilities Misunderstood? Roger Conrad discusses his theory about what he sees as the misconception that utilities are underperformers.

INTERVIEW Buy the Bullets, Not the Guns Chris Versace discusses his dividend-paying stock selection strategy and how he likes key component suppliers, particularly if they touch on multiple companies.

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