Money Matters - Simplified

money tips

4 Dividend Stocks Showing You the Money


Last year may have been a year of dividend slashing, but there are now more and more companies committed to sending more money out to their shareholders in 2010.

The Motley Fool's Weekly Editors' Picks


Fools were out and about this week in an investing world jam-packed with actions and ideas. Here are three articles you might find useful as you decide how to invest your money.

The Fool Looks Ahead

Monday
Sohu.com
 (Nasdaq: SOHU) kicks off the new trading week with its quarterly report. The Chinese new media company has interests in everything from online gaming to web search, so its numbers should shed some light on cyberspace's popularity in the world's most populous nation.

Texas Instruments: Warming Up or Cooling Off?


Together, we are all trying to build our fortunes by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work to scour earnings reports, scrutinize key data, and assess the competition.

Texas Capital Bancshares: Warming Up or Cooling Off?


Together, we are all trying to build our fortunes by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work to scour earnings reports, scrutinize key data, and assess the competition.

Sigma-Aldrich: Warming Up or Cooling Off?


Together, we are all trying to build our fortunes by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work to scour earnings reports, scrutinize key data, and assess the competition.

Peoples Bancorp: Warming Up or Cooling Off?


Together, we are all trying to build our fortunes by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work to scour earnings reports, scrutinize key data, and assess the competition.

Nash-Finch: Warming Up or Cooling Off?


Together, we are all trying to build our fortunes by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work to scour earnings reports, scrutinize key data, and assess the competition.

What Investors Think About PerkinElmer


Together, we are all trying to build our fortune by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work -- scouring company earnings reports, scrutinizing key data, and assessing the competition.

What Investors Think About Fossil


Together, we are all trying to build our fortune by finding well-run companies at bargain-basement prices. But it takes work -- scouring company earnings reports, scrutinizing key data, and assessing the competition.