Dividend Stock with a 6% Annual Yield (POT)


Good Ol' Potash Corp.

Once the rage Potash was so sexy and everyone was willing to pay up for it on the global food growth story. Those days have passed and Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (USA) (NYSE:POT) finds it's shares under $18. POT shares haven't stopped falling in a few years and that makes the stock a 5.7% annual dividend yield.

Ridiculous Randy Index

If Randy Marsh decided to buy stocks today, what would he buy?  Luckily for you, we dreamed up the list.

Randy Marsh, the All-American Dad who flys off the handle, rides fads to the extreme and is as gullible as his son's friend Butters.  If Randy had to pick a portfolio based on his limited worldly knowledge what would he pick? 

3 More Safe Stock Picks

Brown-Forman (BF.B)

Mastery once again puts the focus on safe investing and brings to light 3 stocks that should hold up well despite a turbulent market.

This week we shine the spot light on three 'safe' stocks that include Altria Group (NYSE:MO), The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE:DIS), and Brown-Forman Corp. (NYSE:BF.B).

3 Safe Stock Picks

General Electric (GE) - Large Pic

The market could trade sideways indefinitely now that the S&P 500 hit 1,400.  Mastery reviews 3 stocks you can buy that will help you sleep at night.

Its the first day of Spring in 2012 and with the S&P 500 already reaching 1,400 this year, its time to think safety.  That means companies with deep pockets, plenty of revenue and a business that will continue to prosper in a volatile tape.  Making the cut are 3 household name stocks, the winners being Potash Corp./Saskatchewan (USA) (POT) General Electric Company (GE), and Ford Motor Company  (F).


AG Stocks are showing Strength


Today, March 20th, we are seeing a pretty significant gap-down (for 2012 standards) yet, the Agriculture stocks are looking very strong here. Read on to find out why:

Stocks such as Intrepid Potash (IPI) Potash Corp of Saskatchewan (POT) and Mosaic Co. (MOS) are all up between 1% and 4% this morning.


Lately it seems like Wall St. is throwing darts at a dartboard to find the next hot sector of the day.

Yesterday, it was airlines with the likes of JetBlue and Southwest breaking out. Today it was Solar, where the entire sector screamed higher as if the electric grid won't be here tomorrow.