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My Dividend Growth Strategy

Posted by D4L | Thursday, February 23, 2012 | | 0 comments »

I've received a couple of messages over the past month (I've been away) from readers asking me whether a dividend growth investing strategy should be an "exclusive" strategy in the sense that an investor should put all his money into stocks that pay rising dividends over time. Of course, the answer to this question is the same as the answer to almost every portfolio allocation question: It depends.

Different investors have different investing goals and circles of competencies. Someone who has very little knowledge of individual stocks is probably best off going the index fund route. A man in his late 40s who has spent his career working in the natural gas industry might have a particular talent for finding undervalued companies in the natural gas sector which do not pay dividends. And an investor in his late 50s desiring to create a stock portfolio to generate enough income for living expenses might desire to focus the majority of his investing within the dividend growth realm.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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