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ETFs and income funds spoil their returns by adding a lot of lower quality, plain-vanilla dividend stocks. ETFs and income funds spoil their returns by adding a lot of lower quality, plain-vanilla dividend stocks.
-December 2016 Connolly Report to be  uploaded on Monday the 19th, hopefully.+Our goal is growth of the spending stream. Yield alone does not move the needle
Can you distinguish between 'current' (or high) yielders and dividend growth stocks? The difference is hugely important. If you can differentiate, and act on that knowledge, you will have a financially comfortable retirement: tens of thousands of extra dollars easily. Most likely you think you can distinguish, but I'd bet you can't. It all has to do with retained earning, not so much with dividends. Inside this site, we link an item in the New York Times on this topic and explain the difference in some detail. Fifty dollars gets you inside dividendgrowth.ca for on-line access from now until the end of December 2017. Among other things, there are yield charts going back decades. Yields send signals. I've been studying them for for over 30 years. You do not buy current yielders! Can you distinguish between 'current' (or high) yielders and dividend growth stocks? The difference is hugely important. If you can differentiate, and act on that knowledge, you will have a financially comfortable retirement: tens of thousands of extra dollars easily. Most likely you think you can distinguish, but I'd bet you can't. It all has to do with retained earning, not so much with dividends. Inside this site, we link an item in the New York Times on this topic and explain the difference in some detail. Fifty dollars gets you inside dividendgrowth.ca for on-line access from now until the end of December 2017. Among other things, there are yield charts going back decades. Yields send signals. I've been studying them for for over 30 years. You do not buy current yielders!
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