Jason Fieber, Mr. Free at 33

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: JM Smucker Co. (SJM)

This company has some of the world’s most recognizable and popular food, coffee, and pet brands. It has an enviable share of market in a number of key categories, and it’s positioned very well for business improvement and growth acceleration. With the possibility that shares are 7% undervalued on top of a near 3% yield, this is a high-quality dividend growth stock that should be strongly considered for long-term investment right now…

Reader Mailbag: “I’m 60 years old. I want to pay off my mortgage of $96,000. I need a plan to do that.”

If paying off your mortgage is your primary goal, my best advice would be to instead focus on lifestyle choices in terms of trying to generate excess cash flow that can be directed toward paying off the mortgage. Said another way, it would likely behoove you to investigate your budget in order to see if there’s some wasteful spending. If there’s fat in your budget, trimming it could result in extra cash flow (that you didn’t have before) that could benefit your goal.

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: Harley-Davidson Inc. (HOG)

This is one of the most enduring and well-known brands in the world. Its customer base is rabidly loyal. The company has many of the fundamentals and competitive advantages you want to see in a high-quality business fit for long-term investment. With the possibility that shares are 7% undervalued on top of a market-beating yield, this dividend growth stock is worthy of a good look right now…

Reader Mailbag: “I’m trying to make money for retirement. I also want to purchase land and real estate.”

Many of us want to secure our financial future and retire comfortably. And many of us want to own real estate, too. What’s really amazing is that you could potentially kill two birds with one stone. There’s an investment strategy out there that allows you to build the wealth and passive income necessary to retire comfortably – even retire early – and also own a slice of real estate without the associated headaches…