Monthly Archives: October 2010

In reply to “Ensco’s Dividends May Not Last Forever”

Yesterday, there was an article on the Motley Fool about Ensco’s (ESV) dividends. The article titled “Ensco’s Dividends May Not Last Forever started out by talking about the benefits of owning dividend paying stocks. This got me really interested as … Continue reading

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Mentioned on Covestor Live

In an earlier post, I had mentioned that my real money portfolio is available on Covestor.com. A couple of days back, Covestor live which is the blog for Covestor.com mentioned about the model. Here is the paragraph about me and … Continue reading

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Valero on the road to recovery

Via Bloomberg, “Valero Energy Corp., the largest U.S. oil refiner, beat analysts’ estimates and reported its second consecutive quarterly profit after rising prices for gasoline and other fuels outstripped the cost of crude. Net income for the quarter was $292 … Continue reading

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My real money portfolio on Covestor.com

For those who have not heard about Covestor.com, it is an investment management platform where anyone can share their real money portfolios and track their performance. Anyone who wants to build a public track record, should consider them strongly. The … Continue reading

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