Dividend aristocrats

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SeekingAlpha  Jul 24  Comment 
By Sure Dividend: Dividend investors often focus on dividend yield instead of growth. Growth is equally important to yield for long term investing success. Returns from your stocks can only come from two places: dividends and capital appreciation....
SeekingAlpha  Jul 16  Comment 
By Sure Dividend: Former Libertarian presidential candidate Harry Browne created the Permanent Portfolio. Harry Browne was an investment analyst in addition to a politician. He has sold over 2 million copies of his books, including Fail Safe...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 14  Comment 
ByMarshall Hargrave: Dividend investing is one of the best low risk investment philosophies for investors looking to build their portfolio over the long-term. By reinvesting the dividends, investors can take advantage of one of the great...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 14  Comment 
ByMarshall Hargrave: Dividend aristocrats (stocks in the S&P 500 with more than 25 years of dividend increases) are great places for solid dividends. Not all aristocrats are created equal. Some of the longest dividend increase streaks are by...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 11  Comment 
By Sure Dividend: The US into stock market divides into 10 broad sectors: Materials Consumer Discretionary Consumer Staples Energy Financials Technology Health Care Industrials Telecom ...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 10  Comment 
By Michael Grogan: In a previous article, I used regression analysis to argue that lower-yielding stocks provide more opportunity for capital appreciation. The study was done across all firms on the Dividend Aristocrats list. While the results...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 8  Comment 
By Michael Grogan: If one stock pays a higher dividend yield than another, does that mean it pays a higher return overall? Looking at the yields vs. returns of the Dividend Aristocrats, it appears that higher yield actually results in a lower...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 8  Comment 
By Sure Dividend: The Long-Term US Treasury bond ETF (TLT) has a standard deviation of 14.18% and a dividend yield of 2.92%. Low-volatility Dividend Aristocrat stocks offer similar yields with slightly higher volatility, in addition to capital...
Motley Fool  Jul 7  Comment 
Hershey may not be an official Dividend Aristocrat, but that doesn't make it any less reliable as a dividend growth company than renowned names such as PepsiCo and Coca-Cola.
SeekingAlpha  Jul 1  Comment 
By Stan Stafford: Overview In April/May, I wrote a series of articles that ranked the Dividend Champions, based on a variety of metrics. Part 1 of that article can be found here. Using an updated metrics and weighting system (based on several...




 

Dividend aristocrats are companies in the S&P 500 that have increased dividend payouts to shareholders every year for the last 25 years.

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