Dividends4Life: Dividend growth: The case for individual stocks

There’s a problem with what is supposedly one of the best all-around investing strategies for all kinds of investors. Dividend growth investing provides a steady, rising income, it offers good capital gains potential and it offers very competitive returns in all kinds of markets. But it’s tough to harness dividend growth if you’re an investor who has a small account and is thus better served by mutual funds or exchange-traded funds than by holding individual stocks.

Are mutual funds better suited to your needs? A search for dividend growth mutual funds uncovered a bunch of names with “dividend growth” in the title, but no apparent priority placed on companies that regularly increase quarterly cash payouts to shareholders.

Source: Globe and Mail

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