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-Any current Connolly Report issue (a summary of blog from the previous three months) is available for a $10 bill (cheques are not legal tender) from our Louise Connolly, 607 - 185 Ontario St., Kingston ON **K7L 2Y7**. The last printed report will be December 2018+Any current Connolly Report issue (a summary of blog from the previous three months) is available for a $10 bill (cheques are not legal tender) from our Louise Connolly, 607 - 185 Ontario St., Kingston ON **K7L 2Y7**. The last printed report was December 2018. Three back issues a $20 bill
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  * A dividend growth example/able from 1990 - BNS dividend, price, yield and p/e   * A dividend growth example/able from 1990 - BNS dividend, price, yield and p/e
Many yield charts inside this site go back into the 1980s. Low yields signal expensiveness. Many yield charts inside this site go back into the 1980s. Low yields signal expensiveness.
 +  * ♦ Both bonds and stocks are financial assets with future cash flows. Would you rather have a rising cash flow based on a fine company's growing earnings or a fixed income based on debt.
- ♣ While the market is still rather high, cull the couple in your portfolio that are not preforming like your best securities. ♦ Which stocks do we select? The companies with at least a decade of steadily growing earnings and dividends. An initial yield of 4% or so, remember, plus dividend growth of 8% or so (the average of our lists) gives us 12% . . . eventually. As best you can, forget about fluctuating prices. Realize your income and capital are growing behind the scene.+ 
 + ♦ Which stocks do we select? The companies with at least a decade of steadily growing earnings and dividends. An initial yield of 4% or so, remember, plus dividend growth of 8% or so (the average of our lists) gives us 12% . . . eventually. As best you can, forget about fluctuating prices. Realize your income and capital are growing behind the current turmoil.
DIVIDEND GROWTH INVESTING: DIVIDEND GROWTH INVESTING:
  * first you have to know about it   * first you have to know about it
-  * then understand its ramifications - as dividend grows, so does capital +  * then understand its ramifications - as the dividend grows, so does your capital 
-  * you must believe it works - evidence is provided +  * you must believe it works - a lot of evidence is provided 
-  * temperament to hold as the magic is fulfilled - expect a 12% return: initial yield plus dividend growth+  * temperament to hold as the magic is fulfilled - expect a 12% return: initial yield plus dividend growth (future cash flow
-  * You are not buying into modern portfolio theory. Unless you are very lucky, you cannot win by doing what other investors do. Dividend growth investors have to do things differently.+  * You are not buying into modern portfolio theory. Unless you are very lucky, you cannot win by doing what other investors do. Dividend growth investors have to do things differently to win.
__We do not want professional management of our money__. Why not? __We do not want professional management of our money__. Why not?
▪ Professionals are indoctrinated by modern portfolio theory ▪ Professionals are indoctrinated by modern portfolio theory
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