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Brian Bollinger

Contributing Writer
Kiplinger.com

Brian Bollinger is President of Simply Safe Dividends, a company that provides online tools and research designed to help investors generate safe retirement income from dividend stocks without the high fees associated with many other financial products. Prior to starting Simply Safe Dividends, Brian was an equity research analyst at a multibillion-dollar investment firm. Brian also is a Certified Public Accountant and triple-majored in finance, accounting and entrepreneurship at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, where he graduated in the top 1% of his class.

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January 2018

The 9 Best Dividend Growth Stocks in the Dow Jones

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been around since the late 19th century and consists of 30 of the largest publicly traded companies in America. Most of these companies are proven leaders in their ...

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December 2017

18 Best Retirement Stocks to Buy in 2018

Building a dependable portfolio of retirement stocks isn’t easy in today’s world of historically low interest rates and record-high stock prices. The 2.4% yield offered on a 10-year U.S. Treasury note ...

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November 2017

9 Great Dividend Stocks That Have Gone on Sale

The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index sits near a record high, and bond yields remain historically low. That has made it a challenge to earn a reasonable return without taking excessive risk. Fortunately ...

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November 2017

9 Future Dividend Aristocrats

The Dividend Aristocrats – members of the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index that have increased their annual dividend payments for 25 years or longer – aren’t just useful as sources of income. ...

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October 2017

11 Best Tech Stocks to Buy for the Dividends

Many investors may be surprised to learn that some of the market’s best dividend stocks for both current yield and payout growth can be found in the technology sector. After all, tech stocks are ...

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