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Old 15-06-2019, 07:17 PM   #61
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Old 15-06-2019, 07:18 PM   #62
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Old 15-06-2019, 07:19 PM   #63
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recommendation: buy (but with low growth potential)
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Old 15-06-2019, 07:21 PM   #64
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Old 15-06-2019, 07:21 PM   #65
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Old 20-06-2019, 12:10 PM   #67
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Old 21-06-2019, 07:45 PM   #70
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The Core Idea Of Dividend Growth Investing & Its Ramifications

At it's core, dividend growth investing is about building rising passive income.

The idea is to invest in stocks that:
1. Pay dividends (the higher the yield the better)
2. Are likely to raise their dividend consistently (the faster the better)
The majority of stocks pay dividends. Of the S&P 500's 505 securities, 414 pay dividends.

But there are far fewer securities that pay reliably growing dividends. Of those 414 S&P 500 dividend payers, only 57 have increased their dividend payments for 25+ consecutive years.

It isn't difficult to find companies willing to share their profits with shareholders in the form of dividends. But it is significantly more difficult to find companies that are not only willing to do this, but able to pay out more money to shareholders year-after-year.

To generate rising passive income - the core idea behind dividend growth investing - an investor can't 'just' look for high yields. Consistency and growth are required as well. And value matters as well. Buying a security for it's 2% yield doesn't look like a good move when it's 50% overvalued. It would take 25 year of dividends (admittedly if the dividend didn't grow) to recoup price decline losses.

That's what makes dividend growth investing unique. It forces its practitioners to look at businesses holistically instead of looking at only one aspect of a business.

Growth investors will look primarily at growth, value investors will look primarily for a cheap valuation, and income investors will look primarily for a high current yield. But a dividend growth investor must consider all these factors, along with capital allocation policy, growth potential, recession performance, and the safety and durability of a company's competitive advantage.

The core idea of dividend growth investing is simple. But this simple idea creates a surprisingly robust investing "checklist" of requirements for securities to include in a dividend growth portfolio. Security selection is the complexity that underlies the perceived simplicity of a phrase like "invest for rising income".

We believe that a reasonably diversified (20 to 30 stocks or so) portfolio of securities that match the requirements for being considered a dividend growth stock are very likely to deliver on the goal of "rising passive income" over time.
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Old 21-06-2019, 07:47 PM   #71
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as always, dyodd.
nobody can guarantee anything in the stock market. not even the so-call gurus.
then why still pay so much for trading courses for nothing in return?

too much money give away to charity better.
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Old 21-06-2019, 07:52 PM   #72
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Updated on June 17th, 2019 by Josh Arnold

Home improvement giant Home Depot (HD) has had a very nice 2019 thus far. After plummeting from $213 to just $158 near the end of last year, the stock has rallied again to get back near its former highs, trading in excess of $200.
The Home Depot: Great Business, Strong Expected Returns For This Dow Stock

Home Depot is a premier retailer, and has generated superior returns to shareholders in recent years that place it near the top of the entire retail industry. Home Depot has been virtually immune to the erosion facing the broader brick-and-mortar retail industry. There should be plenty of growth left in the tank for Home Depot, particularly if the U.S. economy stays out of recession.

While investors should not expect a significant level of margin expansion for Home Depot, it should generate more than enough EPS growth from revenue growth and share repurchases. In addition, the above-average dividend yield is attractive for income and dividend growth investors. Overall, we expect a strong rate of total returns for Home Depot in the high single-digits each year through 2024.

Putting all of these factors together, we view Home Depot as an attractive long-term holding. As a result, we rate Home Depot a long-term buy today given its strong growth outlook and dividend growth.
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