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Will Dividend Stocks Continue To Roll?

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, August 02, 2011 | | 0 comments »

Dividends have rocked and rolled over the past five and half years. The question is where will they be dancing from here? For the first three years of this period, dividends rolled higher, peaking near $31. Beginning in August of 2008, dividends fell like a rock, a move that more than wiped out the gains since 2005. Since the early part of 2010, dividends have once again reversed course and are now rolling back toward their old highs. Can this roll continue, or are there more rocks in our future?

If dividend hikes have been on a roll and stock prices follow dividends, a theory to which we subscribe, then current stock prices may roll a lot higher. We would not be surprised to see them back to their old highs seen in 2008. This won't happen in the next six months, but we can see it occurring by the end of 2012. There are certainly all kinds of worries to contend with, but having a positive outlook is sometimes the best strategy when everyone seems to be throwing rocks at the market's prospects.

Source: Rising Dividend Investing

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