This is a key reason why ARM (LSE: ARM) is such an appealing stock. It's now becoming a more mature business, offering a relatively stable financial outlook as well as increasing dividends at a rapid rate.
One particularly important (perhaps the most important) rule for investors is to avoid overpaying for shares. ARM Holdings (LSE:ARM) is a great example of a company that many have admired from afar but never been tempted to buy due to the high prices ...
Finding the right balance between dividend growth and dividend yield can be very difficult. If dividend growth is too low, the impact of inflation means that the real value of your dividends will fall.
Today I'll be discussing the outlook for multinational mining company BHP Billiton (LSE: BLT), chip-designer ARM Holdings (LSE: ARM) and housebuilder Barratt Developments (LSE: BDEV). Which one is likely to achieve the best capital growth?