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 The Connolly Report** (about dividend growth common stocks) has been published since 1981 by Thomas. P. Connolly, B.Com ('64). The ideas about the strategy are on-line now inside dividendgrowth.ca  It is blog of a few pages a month plus links, special one page White Paper summaries now and then, and a lot of dividend growth data. The entire Graham data and explanations mentioned in Rob Carrick's July 2020 column is there too. This blog will continue well into 2022 and hopefully beyond. Access is $50. Some ten years of blog, reports and dividend data are inside. You are paying for this and the strategy developed over thirty years of research and practice.  The Connolly Report** (about dividend growth common stocks) has been published since 1981 by Thomas. P. Connolly, B.Com ('64). The ideas about the strategy are on-line now inside dividendgrowth.ca  It is blog of a few pages a month plus links, special one page White Paper summaries now and then, and a lot of dividend growth data. The entire Graham data and explanations mentioned in Rob Carrick's July 2020 column is there too. This blog will continue well into 2022 and hopefully beyond. Access is $50. Some ten years of blog, reports and dividend data are inside. You are paying for this and the strategy developed over thirty years of research and practice. 
  
-The strategy of dividend growth investing could easily earn you a higher than market returns, in the area of 12% eventually, when properly executed. A lot depends upon the kind of person you are. A patient, disciplined person will succeed. If you seek promises of instant success, high yields and a list of stock recommendations, to put it bluntly, go somewhere else. We provide ideas and data: you decide. I follow the principles of the old masters: John M. Keynes, Ben Graham, Arnold Bernhard, Philip Fisher, Stephen Jarislowsky and Warren Buffett. Modern portfolio theory is rejected. We do not mention beta. Risk is not volatility and can't be diversified away. As intrinsic value grows, equities become less risky than bonds. In the main, dividend growth drives capital growth. ♣ Our most recent data sheet has some 30 dividend growth stocks with year-by-year dividend data for the last decade, plus price in 2011 and 2021 and CAGR of both dividends and price, much like Rob Carrick's column, as evidence that as the dividend grows, so does the price. This is the secret of what we do: it is a double double. Income goes up, capital grows too. $50 gets you access to over 40 years of research. **dividendgrowth.ca** will, most likely, remain open into 2023. There will be the usual big dividend data sheet in December 2022.+The strategy of dividend growth investing will progressively earn you a higher than market returns, in the area of 12% eventually, when properly executed. A lot depends upon the kind of person you are. A patient, disciplined person will succeed. If you seek promises of instant success, high yields and a list of stock recommendations, to put it bluntly, go somewhere else. We provide ideas and data: you decide. I follow the principles of the old masters: John M. Keynes, Ben Graham, Arnold Bernhard, Philip Fisher, Stephen Jarislowsky and Warren Buffett. Modern portfolio theory is rejected. We do not mention beta. Risk is not volatility and can't be diversified away. As intrinsic value grows, equities become less risky than bonds. In the main, dividend growth drives capital growth. ♣ Our most recent data sheet has some 30 dividend growth stocks with year-by-year dividend data for the last decade, plus price in 2011 and 2021 and CAGR of both dividends and price, much like Rob Carrick's column, as evidence that as the dividend grows, so does the price. This is the secret of what we do: it is a double double. Income goes up, capital grows too. $50 gets you access to over 40 years of research. **dividendgrowth.ca** will, most likely, remain open into 2023. There will be the usual big dividend data sheet in December 2022.
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-NOTE: Denise is in Nova Scotia until the end of July 2022 and not able to provide new access or e-transfers. Tom will do this for you, if you are anxious. 
  
-To hook you up for access our daughter Denise or Tom needs: +To hook you up for access our daughter Denise needs: 
    
   * 1. A postal code for your initial password (caps and a space) and    * 1. A postal code for your initial password (caps and a space) and 
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-New access at $50 is handled by Denise (or Tom in July 2022):+New access at $50 is handled by Denise):
  
 Denise Emanuel Denise Emanuel
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-E-transfers are arranged by e-mail with Denise also. Tom in July 2022+E-transfers are arranged by e-mail with Denise also. 
  
 (If you would still prefer to pay by cheque be sure to include your e-mail address so we can set up your access and notify you with an automated e-mail when access is set up. Cheques payable to Denise Emanuel.) (If you would still prefer to pay by cheque be sure to include your e-mail address so we can set up your access and notify you with an automated e-mail when access is set up. Cheques payable to Denise Emanuel.)
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-  ♦ 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.+  ♦ 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 5% or so (the average of our lists) builds us to 12% . . . eventually. As best you can, forget about fluctuating prices. Realize your income and capital are growing behind the current turmoil.
  
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