In retirement, income is of primary importance. More specifically, purchasing power is of primary importance. Dividend growth investing builds and maintains purchasing power that keeps pace with inflation. So it strikes me as a natural way to accomplish my primary goal in retirement, which is to have enough cash in my wallet.

Compared to many other forms of investing, dividend growth investing is intuitive and easy. Selecting stalwart dividend growth stocks is not hard. Maintaining a portfolio of them requires attention and monitoring, but I find that to be enjoyable. It’s fun to see the income flowing to me, and it's fun to watch that income rise steadily.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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