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Those looking to buy some top dividend shares on a shoestring should look at Reach (LSE: RCH). The media giant’s share price has leapt 136% in 12 months yet on paper it remains spectacularly cheap. The small-cap stock trades on a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 3.5 times and boasts a giant 5.2% dividend yield, too.City analysts expect earnings to fall 5% at Reach, the owner of the Mirror line of titles as well as more recently the Express and Star mastheads, in 2020. The publishing market is tough, sure, as advertising budgets remain under no little pressure. But I reckon the company’s low rating fails to reflect the pace at which revenues at its digital operations are taking off.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Online sales rose 14% between 1 July and 29 November, Reach reported last time it updated the market. This was up from 9% in the same 2018 period. And I expect the top line to keep soaring over the long term as Reach expands to grow its readership.I’m expecting another sunny set of numbers when full-year results come out on Monday, 24 February. I therefore reckon the publisher is a top income buy right now.Too expensive?I certainly won’t be buying Dunelm Group (LSE: DNLM) today, though. It’s loaded with risk as retail sales in the UK continue their steady decline. And yet this FTSE 250 stock commands a premium rating, a forward P/E rating of 21.6 times.That said, there’s sure to be an army of happy buyers in the lead up to half-year trading numbers scheduled for Wednesday, 12 February. Dunelm’s ability to defy gravity has been quite impressive, all told. The furniture specialist released another strong update last month. A 5% rise in like-for-like growth between June and August was also particularly decent in the context of the strong comparatives of a year earlier. Underlying sales rocketed almost 11% then.Dunelm’s refusal to engage in Black Friday promotions or pre-Xmas sales made that latest number even more impressive. This decision also boosted gross margins by 1.1% in the quarter. So what’s my beef, you may ask? Well that monster earnings multiple and smallish forward dividend yield (of 2.6%) means that Dunelm comes packed with plenty of risk but with potentially very little reward.Look elsewhereThe launch of its new digital platform may give the business more reason to expect sales to keep tearing higher (revenues generated via Dunelm.com jumped more than a third in the last quarter). City analysts expect earnings to rise 8% in the fiscal year to June 2020 and by 6% the following year.But with geopolitical and economic uncertainty threatening to linger through the rest of this calendar year and possibly beyond, too, I can’t help but fear that Dunelm might struggle to keep up the pace, and that its huge premium leaves it in danger of a share price correction. I’d rather park my hard-earned investment cash elsewhere. 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Have £1,000 to invest? This is how I’d buy FTSE 100 stocks now I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Yesterday, the FTSE 100 closed above 6,000. This was the first time that it reached this level since the stock market crash began in March’s second week. The index’s sharp, swift increase indicates that many FTSE 100 stocks have rebounded. Stocks that were earlier available at unbelievably low prices are now back close to their pre-crash levels.As a result, if I have to invest £1,000 right now, I think the situation is more complex today than it was when the crash actually happened. I now need to sift through stocks more carefully.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…What not to buyFor one thing, not all stocks are rising. Indeed, some have seen their fortunes turn for the worse. One of these is the FTSE 100 banking biggie, Lloyds Bank, which I’ve covered in detail in another article today. It’s share price through April has actually been lower than in March, and I’m not sure if it’s going to rise from here. In fact, I’m of the view that banking stocks are avoidable at present. Earlier this week, HSBC posted poor financial results, and yesterday it was Barclays’s turn to do the same. This in addition to the fact that banks put a pause on dividends last month. In a nutshell, I’m not sure if it would be fruitful to buy banks’ shares right now. I think there will be plenty of opportunity to buy them at muted prices going forward, if the economy continues to remain dismal like it’s expected to.FTSE 100 shares to buy for those with risk appetiteThere are other cyclicals, however, which look more promising to me right now. One of these is the FTSE 100 retailer JD Sports Fashion, which has rebounded a fair bit but is still way below the highest levels seen in 2020. With the Covid-19 situation still precarious, lockdown having hit its revenue generation, and an expected economic slowdown, the coming times could be challenging for it. But I’m a believer in the stock, for a number of reasons, so I think in the long term it will pay off. Similarly, the FTSE 100 low-cost airline easyJet has been through rough times recently, being among the most affected sectors. But I reckon that it will start getting back on track as economic activity returns. It might be longer before it’s performance turns around, but at its relatively low present price, it looks like a potentially good bet. Limited risk and potential upsideBut if I really don’t want to take on any risk in these difficult times, defensive stocks are still my best bet. It’s true that their share prices have run-up quite a bit. But if I believe in the business’s potential and the company’s ability to see it to fruition, its share price should ideally rise overtime. At the very least, it’s unlikely to fall dramatically. Consumer defensive FTSE 100 stock Diageo is one example. 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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Perfect 10? Plisson has impressed for Stade this term, but will he be wearing France’s fly-half jersey next month?By Gavin MortimerIS Philippe Saint-Andre finally getting the message? The France coach has relied on the tried and tested since inheriting the squad that somehow stumbled into the World Cup final a little over two years ago, a conservatism encapsulated by his slavish devotion to Frederic Michalak.Pace-setter: Castres full-back PalisBut in naming his 30-man training squad ahead of next month’s Six Nations, Saint-Andre has selected a few welcome surprises. Stade Français’s fine form (the Parisian club are second in the Top 14 behind Clermont) sees them rewarded with the inclusion of three uncapped players – fly-half Jules Plisson, full-back Hugo Bonneval and blindside flanker Antoine Burban. There’s also a first call-up for Castres’ Geoffrey Palis, a goal-kicking full-back whose pace means he can also play on the wing. This column has been singing the praises of the 22-year-old Palis for a while and his inclusion perhaps signals that Saint-Andre now recognizes he needs a goal-kicker other than the traditional scrum-half.Morgan Parra, who falls into that category, is still recovering from a knee injury sustained in November, although the latest medical bulletins to come out of France suggest his rehab is going well and may be fit for most of the Six Nations. Nonetheless Saint-Andre has omitted Parra from his initial squad, along with Fulgence Ouedraogo, Camille Lopez and Florian Fritz, all long-term injury cases. Among those excluded on form are Michalak – unlikely to play again for France it would seem – and the Montpellier half-back duo of Jonathan Pelissie and Francois Trinh-Duc.Pelissie hasn’t managed to sustain his dazzling start to the season (some niggling injuries haven’t helped) while Saint-Andre has never warmed to Trinh-Duc as a fly-half. In many ways the Montpellier 10 is France’s answer to Toby Flood, a player who is comfortable at club-level but who has never found a similar consistency and quality at Test level.So it looks like the No 10 jersey – for so long France’s problem position – will be worn by either Remi Tales of Castres or Plisson. Tales filled the role during France’s November Tests but did little to prove he’s the fly-half France have been looking for. For a start he doesn’t kick goals and his punting from hand was too wayward at Test level. Plisson isn’t a regular goal-kicker either although he’s something of a drop goal specialist. Last season he dropped six for Stade and he’s banged over four this season – including three in the last-gasp win away at Perpignan. Toulon’s fly-half Frederic Michalak leaves the field with his daughter after an European Cup rugby union match between Toulon and Glasgow Warriors on October 13, 2013 at the Mayol stadium in Toulon, southeastern France. AFP PHOTO BERTRAND LANGLOIS (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images) Backs: Jean-Marc Doussain (Toulouse), Maxime Machenaud (Racing-Métro), Jules Plisson (Stade Français), Rémi Talès (Castres), Mathieu Bastareaud (Toulon), Gaël Fickou (Toulouse), Wesley Fofana (Clermont), Maxime Mermoz (Toulon), Sofiane Guitoune (Perpignan), Yoann Huget (Toulouse), Maxime Médard (Toulouse), Geoffrey Palis (Castres), Hugo Bonneval (Stade Français), Brice Dulin (Castres).Forwards: Thomas Domingo (Clermont), Yannick Forestier (Castres), Benjamin Kayser (Clermont), Dimitri Szarzewski (Racing-Métro), Nicolas Mas (Montpellier), Rabah Slimani (Stade Français), Alexandre Flanquart (Stade Français), Yoann Maestri (Toulouse), Pascal Papé (Stade Français), Sébastien Vahaamahina (Perpignan), Thierry Dusautoir (Toulouse, capt), Bernard Le Roux (Racing-Métro), Yannick Nyanga (Toulouse), Damien Chouly (Clermont), Louis Picamoles (Toulouse). Down and out: Michalak has been excludedSo well is the 22-year-old Plisson playing this season that he’s keeping Morné Steyn out of the Stade starting line-up. His creative talent has never been in doubt but this season the native of Paris has brought a far greater maturity to his game, and he’s grown in confidence since the arrival as coach of Gonzalo Quesada.“Even this morning we were still discussing about Jules Plisson and Francois [Trinh-Duc],” admitted Saint-Andre on Monday. “Francois has put in a huge effort and he was very close [to selection] but Jules Plisson had put in some top quality performances. We’ve gone for those players at the top of their game.”He could also have mentioned how he’s finally trusting in youth.France training squad
LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply TAGSHurricane MariaPuerto RicoSt. MartinSt. ThomasVictory Church Apopka Previous articleHere’s where you can get free coffee on National Coffee DayNext articleWounded Officers Initiative and Ministerial Alliance partner for BBQ Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and St. MartinFrom Victory Church World Outreach If you’ve ever wondered what the “World Outreach” part of Victory Church’s name meant, this might explain it.Victory Church in Apopka is joining with El Rey Jesus of Orlando, to help receive and send relief supplies to the people of Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and St. Martin following the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Victory will be receiving supplies until Wednesday, October 4th as the supply plane will be leaving for Puerto Rico on October 5th.Doug Bankson is the Lead Pastor at Victory. He can identify and empathize with the victims of Hurricane Maria.“We all know the frustration of going through the storms and the aftermath, and as Floridians, we have seen the best in mankind as neighbor helps neighbor,” he said. “But compared to all that we have faced, Puerto Rico and the islands surrounding have suffered a catastrophic loss, where there is no food or medicine to buy if you can make it to the store, and the entire power grid will take months to rebuild. This is why we are so happy to team up with El Rey Jesus as they have found a way to fly in supplies directly to those who have been hardest hit. Please join us as a community to extend a helping hand to the greatest need. When we give to the poor, we lend to the Lord; and He will repay.”Drop off Location: Victory Church Apopka | 509 S Park Ave, Apopka, FL 32703For more details, watch this video: https://youtu.be/btI–e95IykContact: Pastor Ariel Lopez | 407-902-3727Drop off times:Sat 10am-2pmSun 8:45-1pmMon-Wed 9am-5pmRelief items needed:Baby Diapers, food, and formulaBottled water and canned foodsFirst Aid Items (Bandages, Alcohol, Gauze, Anti-biotic OintmentFeminine Hygiene ProductsOver the counter medicines (pain reliever, diarrhea, cough)GeneratorsGrills and charcoalSleeping bags/cotsFlashlights and batteries The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your comment! Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here
Internet donations advice from Dr Smooth? 16 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis UK Fundraising together with several contacts have received multiple e-mail messages from a Dr Ian Smooth of the Charity Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A. Dr Smooth offers to share the secrets of his success in increasing the number of donations his organisation receives after introducing an online credit card donation facility.Unfortunately Dr Smooth hasn’t responded to any of our replies so we can’t comment on his services. He e-mailed us both from the “Charity Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona” and the “MacAurther Foundation” in the same town. He uses a Thailand-based e-mail service. Advertisement These messages serve to underline several basic elements of successful use of e-mail. Do not send multiple unsolicited e-mail messages; use an e-mail address that coincides with the organisation you claim to work for; and stick to one name for your organisation, however many acronyms or other variants it might have. And last but not least, do respond to any enquiries you receive, particularly if you solicit them! Howard Lake | 6 July 2002 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Gano presents his photographs. Photograph by Dylan Guest. Community Engagement Programming to offer alternative spring break Dylan Guesthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dylan-guest/ TCU housing helps upperclassmen find their home TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Dylan Guest Health, communication and media: New minor is on the way Linkedin Dylan Guesthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dylan-guest/ National Parks road trip to be held during spring break Twitter Dylan Guesthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dylan-guest/ Linkedin Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Previous articleWomen’s golf heads to Oklahoma for chance at first Big 12 titleNext articleFrogflix (Season 2) BONUS EPISODE: Hosts React to “Game of Thrones” Dylan Guest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Facebook Dylan Guesthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dylan-guest/ Facebook printA Spanish professor at Tarrant County College’s (TCC) Northwest Campus, inspired students to visit the world around them with photograph and video compilations of his time abroad. Alejandro Garza Gano has visited 102 different countries and shared thousands of visuals with students and faculty Monday. A photograph by Gano in Oaxaca, Mexico. Photograph by Dylan Guest.“Growing up [in Monterrey, Mexico], I never had any idea of what was outside my neighborhood,” Gano said. “I also didn’t know English when I moved to the United States, but it helped me learn that there were so many other Hispanic people, like Puerto Ricans and Venezuelans.”Gano was recently given leave for 15 months to travel the world.“I decided to explore my heritage,” Gano said. “I was approved to visit every Spanish-speaking country besides Venezuela because of what is happening there right now.”There are 21 Spanish-speaking countries in the world, all ranging from Mexico to Colombia to Spain and even to Equatorial Guinea. In addition to exploring major countries and cities, he’s also visited more remote locations, like Rapa Nui, that have been influenced by the Hispanic culture. Gano chose to visit Rapa Nui during the Tapati Festival because he enjoys attending festivals, many of which people aren’t aware of. Another unfamiliar location he visited were the San Blas Islands of Panama. These islands are inhabited by the Kuna Indians and remain untouched due to laws that prevent anyone outside of the tribe to purchase land. Gano said the inhabitants were reluctant to be in photographs at first.“I never take photos on the first day because I want to get to know the people, and I always ask for permission,” Gano said. Gano talks about his time in the San Blas Islands.Photograph by Dylan Guest.He also spoke about journeys he took, such as the ‘Camino de Santiago.’“You have to walk for weeks, but I did it,” said Gano. “It took me 34 days to walk 800 kilometers, and during these 34 days I had to have a pilgrim passport.”Gano said these journeys are all about the experiences.“For weeks I got to listen to so many different stories and secrets,” he said.One student asked Gano about places he would recommend to study abroad.“Now is the time to go to Colombia,” Gano said. “Medellin is a beautiful city to be at.”Gano also said Seville, Spain is a great location which also happens to be a semester and summer study abroad location that TCU offers.Lexi Karres, a sophomore history major, said Gano’s presentation convinced her to look at study abroad options.“I have European heritage, so I always figured the common way to explore it would simply be through vacations,” Karres said. “The more I think about it, though, a whole semester abroad would allow me to learn so much more about so many cultures just like I saw in the presentation.”Gano ended his presentation with tips on how to be able to travel how he does.“Anyone can do it,” Gano said. “The trick is to know how to use your airline miles and points from your credit card.”Gano will continue to host specific events, galleries, and he is publishing a book that will be available on Amazon in August. + posts ReddIt ReddIt Dylan Guest is a journalism major and Spanish minor from the Caribbean island of Aruba.
Written by June 28, 2018 /Sports News – Local Betsy Specketer Signs Four New SLCC Women’s Basketball Players Brad James Tags: Betsy Specketer/Dixie Lainhart/Hazel Fui/Laura Pichot/Teuila Alofipo FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Thursday, the SLCC athletic department announced women’s basketball coach Betsy Specketer signed four new women’s basketball players.These new recruits include former Davis High guard Teuila Alofipo and Salem Hills guard Dixie Lainhart.Lainhart helped lead Salem Hills to a class 4-A state championship and was a first-team all-state guard as well for her heroics.Additionally, Specketer has signed a French national in Parisian guard Laura Pichot and Australian national Hazel Fui.
The Ocean City Free Public Library is launching its first “OC Reads” program with an invitation to everybody in the community to read “Shadow Divers” by Robert Kurson.“Shadow Divers” is a nonfiction page-turner that intertwines the story of scuba divers venturing into dangerously deep water in search of an unknown shipwreck with the quest to learn how the sunken German U-boat came to rest off the coast of New Jersey. The divers make the 60-mile journey to the wreck site from Brielle, N.J.” ‘OC Reads’ is a program designed to bring people together through literature by encouraging them to read the same book and participate in discussions and other events centered on that book,” said Karen Mahar, program director for the library.The events include:“Hitler’s Lost Sub”: A film documentary about the U-boat at the center of the story at the Ocean City Free Public Library lecture hall, 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27.Discussion: A community discussion on the book at the Ocean City Free Public Library lecture hall, 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19.Author lecture and book-signing: Author Robert Kurson will present a lecture and book-signing at the Ocean City Free Public Library lecture hall, 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9.The events are free, and light refreshments will be provided. For more information, call Mahar at 609-399-2434, ext. 5238, or e-mail [email protected] Library Director Leslie Clarke said there are a lot of copies of the book in the library. The book also can be purchased at local book stores.