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-  * Dividend growth investors focus on the income their assets produce. Over the years, in aggregate, our dividends grow. From January 2008, our 24 dividend growth stocks grew 8.6% a year. The 2008 yield was 3.2%, so our return was 11.8%. Very few income funds grow their distributions. We do not depend upon the size of the pot to fund our retirement. +  * Dividend growth investors focus on the income their assets produce. Over the years, in aggregate, our dividends grow. From January 2008, the 24 Connolly Report dividend growth stocks grew 8.6% a year. The 2008 yield was 3.2%, so our return was 11.8%. Very few income funds grow their distributions. We do not depend upon the size of the pot to fund our retirement. And here's the real bounty: our pot keeps growing as retirement progresses
  * The purpose of data, charts and comments __inside__ this site to assist subscribers to set up and run a dividend growth portfolio for themselves; a portfolio to deliver growing income in retirement. This information is, unfortunately, not free. Refer to the [[About Us]] page for details.   * The purpose of data, charts and comments __inside__ this site to assist subscribers to set up and run a dividend growth portfolio for themselves; a portfolio to deliver growing income in retirement. This information is, unfortunately, not free. Refer to the [[About Us]] page for details.
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