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  * [[What"s inside]] this dividend growth site?   * [[What"s inside]] this dividend growth site?
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  * After a decade or so, 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 $50. Next year the fee will be $100. 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.   * After a decade or so, 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 $50. Next year the fee will be $100. 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.
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Inside dividendgrowth.ca you will learn: 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. For instance, Empire's dividend was 4¢ a share in 1997. Now the dividend is 46¢, up 11.7% a year. This drove the price from $3.05 to $37 a share, up 12% CAGR.   * that as the dividend grows, so will the price of the stock. We constantly compare dividend growth and price growth. For instance, Empire's dividend was 4¢ a share in 1997. Now the dividend is 46¢, up 11.7% a year. This drove the price from $3.05 to $37 a share, up 12% CAGR.
 +  * that ETFs allow advisors, who know little about investing, to play with the hard-earned money of savers using the faulty concepts of modern portfolio theory: over–diversification, beta and market efficency.
  * how to select the few quality companies you need to build wealth.   * how to select the few quality companies you need to build wealth.
  * discover the value of yield data . . . yields send signals   * discover the value of yield data . . . yields send signals
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  * asset allocation in May 2019 blog   * asset allocation in May 2019 blog
  * Philip Fisher's ideas on lower-yield but higher-dividend growth companies   * Philip Fisher's ideas on lower-yield but higher-dividend growth companies
-  * why we don't buy bonds . . . since 1979, on $100,000, bonds earned just $1.6 million, equities returned $7.5 million +  * why we don't buy bonds . . . since 1979, on $100,000, bonds earned just $1.6 million, equities returned $7.5 million  
- + * how quality stocks become safer than bonds (W. Buffett)
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