Tag: Dividend Aristocrats

Why Dividend History Matters When Investing In Dividend Stocks

Why Dividend History Matters When Investing In Dividend Stocks

| July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dividends are an important part of shareholder total returns. The following chart compares the long-term price returns (excluding dividends) to the long-term total returns (including dividends) of the S&P 500 (approximated using the ETF SPY). The 10-year rolling total returns of the S&P 500 over the past 10 years have been, on average, 82% higher […]

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Dividend Investing Tips

Dividend Investing Tips

| November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

He was wearing a Yankees cap, a crisp Brooks Brothers tie, and an Armani Collezioni Core Gio Two-Button suit. “Just give it to me straight,” he said in a voice shaped by serious net worth.  “What are the three things you look for in dividend stocks?” It was a chance encounter at a busy restaurant […]

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Dividend Investing Secrets

Dividend Investing Secrets

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’m going to give you 3 dividend investing secrets. Each one will help you make money. And each one will help you protect your money. These 3 secrets can give you a much better way to grow your wealth, even in markets that whipsaw like crazy. Most investors don’t know these secrets.  They don’t think […]

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Can You Predict The Death Of A Dividend Aristocrat?

Can You Predict The Death Of A Dividend Aristocrat?

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

James Bond knew that “Diamonds Are Forever.” And the Dividend Aristocrats can easily be as valuable to investors as diamonds. But unlike diamonds, they are definitely not forever. To be an Aristocrat, a stock has to pay a growing dividend for 25 years in a row. So how does today’s S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrat become […]

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The Greatest Investments EVER?

The Greatest Investments EVER?

| May 27, 2014 | 2 Comments

Dividend stocks are a great investment… but could they be some of the greatest investments EVER? When it comes to dividend stocks, as an investor, consistency matters. You want a consistent track record of dividends not just being paid, but also dividend growth. When this dividend growth takes place quarter after quarter and year after […]

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