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-The Connolly Report, Vol XXXVIII #2 about dividend growth stocks, June 2018 [[report summaries]] +The Connolly Report, Vol XXXVIII #4 about dividend growth stocks, December 2018 [[report summaries]]
{{why_dg_oct_2016.pdf|}} Dividend Growth Investing {{why_dg_oct_2016.pdf|}} Dividend Growth Investing
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* I've never bought [[preferred shares]], or [[bonds]] or mutual funds. * I've never bought [[preferred shares]], or [[bonds]] or mutual funds.
-The Connolly Report, about dividend growth stocks, by Tom Connolly (B. Comm, 1964) has been published continuously every two months since 1981. Now the printed report is quarterly. The on-line edition will be open to new subscribers in February 2015 when renewals for 2015 are over. +The Connolly Report, about dividend growth stocks, by Tom Connolly (B. Comm, 1964) was published continuously every two months since 1981. Now the actual printed report is over. The on-line blog, inside this site, continues into 2019 for a bit.
-[[Wisdom]]: ""The single factor that drives investor success is not picking winning firms, but rather the entry point at which the firms are purchased."+[[Wisdom]]: ""The single factor that drives investor success is not picking winning firms, but rather the entry point at which the firms are purchased." I forget the attribution of this gem.
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//Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks// by Joseph Tigue (he worked for S&P for years...they have the data) is also a great book on dividend investing, but again it's American data. Nine of Tigue's pages are worth the price of the book. Chapter 5 is the best. The essence of dividend growth investing is outlined in the middle of page 66 of //Building wealth with Dividend Stocks//. I prepared a book report for subscribers: it's inside this site. //Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks// by Joseph Tigue (he worked for S&P for years...they have the data) is also a great book on dividend investing, but again it's American data. Nine of Tigue's pages are worth the price of the book. Chapter 5 is the best. The essence of dividend growth investing is outlined in the middle of page 66 of //Building wealth with Dividend Stocks//. I prepared a book report for subscribers: it's inside this site.
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    * New to investing? [[Starting to Invest|Some basic ideas to get you started...]]     * New to investing? [[Starting to Invest|Some basic ideas to get you started...]]
-  * Gu[[el]]ph - our daughter was born here in 1968+  * Gu[[el]]ph - our daughter was born here in 1968 - a photo
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