Dividends4Life: Stable Dividend Stocks With Room To Grow

Stable Dividend Stocks With Room To Grow

Posted by D4L | Saturday, July 14, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Why to consider dividend growth stocks? These investments are unique in their characteristics. Investors owning dividend growth stocks get an increasing income stream year over year and thus are not controlled by a fixed income stream that is eroded in value by inflation. It is difficult to determine what growth percentage can be predicted from a portfolio of dividend growth stocks.

Companies maintaining low and medium sized yields, however, tend to payout a small part of their earnings to shareholders, with the rest reinvested in their business, thus providing fuel for future dividend increases. We picked 6 stocks that increased dividends for 35 consecutive years and their current dividend yield stands below 4%: McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD), Carlisle Companies Inc (NYSE:CSL), Family Dollar Stores Inc (NYSE:FDO), Pentair Inc (NYSE:PNR), RLI Corp (NYSE:RLI) and WGL Holdings Inc (NYSE:WGL).

Source: Potential Trader

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