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High-DGR Dividend Growth Stocks

Posted by D4L | Saturday, September 14, 2013 | | 0 comments »

There is a cohort of dividend growth stocks that have always fallen below my minimum threshold of 2.7% yield, but which have high dividend growth rates that make them attractive to some investors. These stocks come up often in comments and portfolio holdings as among the favorite dividend growth stocks.

These high dividend growth rate (DGR) issues seem particularly attractive to younger investors, who often feel that with several decades of compounding ahead of them, high DGRs are more important than high yields. They feel that they have plenty of time to develop excellent dividend streams. Examples of names that typically come up are IBM (IBM), Wal-Mart (WMT), and Exxon-Mobil (XOM). Because of their low initial yields, these stocks have never made it past my initial screenings.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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