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==== What's inside this dividendgrowth web site for subscribers? ==== ==== What's inside this dividendgrowth web site for subscribers? ====
-  * ** Years of experience** - Tom Connolly began teaching investing in the 1960s. The Connolly Report on dividend growth stocks, specifically, is now in Volume 37 (since 1981). I'm a financial economist. B.Comm. 1964. I am NOT an advisor, never was, never will be. I provide (a) ideas, many of which you will not find elsewhere, (b) three ways to value stocks (yield, Graham value and C.A.P.E) and (c) dividend growth data.+  * ** Years of experience** - Tom Connolly began teaching investing in the 1960s. The Connolly Report on dividend growth stocks, specifically, is now in Volume 38 (since 1981). I'm a financial economist. B.Comm. 1964. I am NOT an advisor, never was, never will be. I provide (a) ideas, many of which you will not find elsewhere, (b) three ways to value stocks (yield, Graham value and C.A.P.E) (c) dividend growth data and (d) reasons why you have to reject modern portfolio theory, professional management and ETFs.
  * Connolly Reports (summaries of the blog) inside this site go back to April 2009 (four a year).   * Connolly Reports (summaries of the blog) inside this site go back to April 2009 (four a year).
-  * Dividend Data is inside. A lot of dividend data Some of the dividend growth goes back decades, not just a few years as with most sites. And most of the dividend data is year-over-year, not just averages. And the dividend data now covers over 50 common stocks with at least five years of consecutive dividend growth. Dividend data on some stocks goes back to 1977...forty years.+  * Dividend Data is inside. A lot of dividend data Some of the dividend growth goes back decades, not just a few years as with most sites. And most of the dividend data is year-over-year, not just averages. And the dividend data now covers close to 50 common stocks with at least five years of consecutive dividend growth. Dividend data on some stocks goes back to 1977...forty years.
-  * BOOK REVIEWS - There are pages and pages of book reviews. I've recently updated my review of Ben Graham's The Intelligent Investor, for instance. And the books are the good old ones. I go to the original source: //Common Stock and Uncommon Profits// from 1958, The Evaluation of Common Stocks by Arnold Bernhard who started Value Line, //The Theory of Investment Value//, 1938 by John Burr Williams, Winning the Loser's Game by Charles Ellis. Not only do I read, I continually study the great investing books to learn how individual investors did things before mutual funds.+  * BOOK REVIEWS - There are pages and pages of investment book reviews. I've recently updated my review of Ben Graham's The Intelligent Investor, for instance. And the books are the good old ones. I go to the original source: //Common Stock and Uncommon Profits// from 1958, The Evaluation of Common Stocks by Arnold Bernhard who started Value Line, //The Theory of Investment Value//, 1938 by John Burr Williams, Winning the Loser's Game by Charles Ellis. Not only do I read, I continually study the great investing books to learn how individual investors did things before mutual funds.
  * Regular lists of dividend stocks that you can sort by yield, C.A.P.E and Graham value.   * Regular lists of dividend stocks that you can sort by yield, C.A.P.E and Graham value.
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  * YIELD CHARTS - I've been preparing yield charts for the stocks I follow for over 30 years. Some charts go back decades so we can study patterns and discern how cheap a stock it. Yield is a great valuation metric. Low yield indicates investor enthusiasm (thus expensiveness). High yield is not usually good.   * YIELD CHARTS - I've been preparing yield charts for the stocks I follow for over 30 years. Some charts go back decades so we can study patterns and discern how cheap a stock it. Yield is a great valuation metric. Low yield indicates investor enthusiasm (thus expensiveness). High yield is not usually good.
-  * Evidence that **return is yield plus dividend growth** is inside too.+  * Evidence that **return is yield plus dividend growth** adjusted for p/e is inside too.
-  * Special topic pages and PDFs on C.A.P.E., for instance and beta, on holding, portfolio succession, dividend signals...+  * Special topic pages and PDFs on C.A.P.E., for instance and rejected beta, on holding, portfolio construction, dividend signals...
  * There are two sample retirement portfolios. Connolly Report August 2011 and December 2014.   * There are two sample retirement portfolios. Connolly Report August 2011 and December 2014.
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