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{{why_dg_oct_2016.pdf|}} Dividend Growth Investing {{why_dg_oct_2016.pdf|}} Dividend Growth Investing
-  * 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 no longer 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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  * [[What"s inside]] this dividend growth site?   * [[What"s inside]] this dividend growth site?
-  * After ten or 12 years, quality dividend growth stocks provide __yields__ which outpace the TSX and that's without factoring in appreciation in the stock price. Learn about this inside. The entry fee is just $50. Alternatively, read //Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks// by Joseph Tigue or Your Growing Income by Henry Mah. You'll be tens of thousands of dollars ahead. We are hundreds of thousands ahead having started at the turn of the century. If you are not disciplined and patient, forget it and index with an over-diversified ETF full of mediocre issues. Quality does it, holding does it.+  * After ten or 12 years, quality dividend growth stocks provide __yields__ which outpace the TSX and that's without factoring in appreciation in the stock price. Learn about this inside. The entry fee is just $50. Alternatively, read //Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks// by Joseph Tigue or Your Growing Income by Henry Mah. You'll be tens of thousands of dollars ahead. We are hundreds of thousands ahead having started at the turn of the century. If you are not disciplined and patient, forget it and index with an over-diversified ETF full of mediocre issues. Quality does it, holding does it. Facts about dividend, as the dividend goes so does the price, say, do not cease to exist because one ignores them.
 +Inside dividendgrowth.ca you will learn:
 +  * that as the dividend grows, so will the price of the stock. We constantly compare dividend growth and price growth.
 +  * how to select quality stocks to build wealth.
 +  * discover the value of yield data
 +  * what the real goal of advisors is not aligned with yours
 +  * why ETFs are hawked on low fees and what's essentially wrong with ETFs
 +  * that yield alone does not move the needle. What does?
 +  * how a 'greater dividend return' (growth) lowers uncertainty
 +  * why not to be sold preferreds or bonds
 +  * the calculation to do before buying a stock
This investor likes a lot of dividend growth stocks: This investor likes a lot of dividend growth stocks:
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  * [[First Quarter 2012]] - //Probable Outcomes//   * [[First Quarter 2012]] - //Probable Outcomes//
 +  * [[Thoughts from 2011, '12 and '13]]
  * [[Fourth Quarter 2011]] - caution is the byword   * [[Fourth Quarter 2011]] - caution is the byword
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  * [[Fourth Quarter 2010]] - most stocks still expensive   * [[Fourth Quarter 2010]] - most stocks still expensive
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-  * [[Third Quarter 2010]] - Behavioural Investing 
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-  * [[Second Quarter 2010]] - Wait. 
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-  * [[First Quarter 2010]] - Seven lean years ahead  
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