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Name:
dividendgeek
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
#Investing, #Dividends, #FinacialIndependence, #PassiveIncome, #Stocks
Start Year:
2016

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$53,999.29
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United States
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30s
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
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One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.BancFirst Corporation (BANF)Industry: BanksSector: Financial ServicesBancFirst Corp through ...
Posted: Sep 02 2018 @ 9:40 PM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.MGE Energy Inc. (MGEE)Industry: Utilities - RegulatedSector: UtilitiesMGE ...
Posted: Aug 25 2018 @ 9:16 AM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.Community Bank System Inc. (CBU)Industry: BanksSector: Financial ServicesCommunity ...
Posted: Aug 17 2018 @ 8:15 PM
Recently I came across a comment regarding dividend ETFs. “Most div ETFs never raise their dividend payout = NO growing dividend”. Since my portfolio is exclusively invested in indexed ETFs (not necessarily dividend based) I was interested in understanding the dividend growth characteristic of my portfolio and determine if my portfolio qualifies as a dividend growth portfolio. One of the key characteristic of a dividend growth stock is quarter on ...
Posted: Aug 14 2018 @ 9:38 PM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc.Common Stock (BR)Industry: Business ServicesSector: ...
Posted: Aug 11 2018 @ 9:41 AM
One of my goals has been to create a self-sustaining portfolio. My definition of self-sustaining portfolio is one in which new capital comes from the portfolio itself and not from our income. Such a portfolio could continue to provide a passive income perpetually and would be very useful during retirement. My quest is of course to achieve this even before retirement. Could I create a self-sustaining portfolio before reaching 60? ...
Posted: Aug 05 2018 @ 9:51 AM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.Dover Corporation (DOV)Industry: Industrial ProductsSector: IndustrialsDover Corp is ...
Posted: Aug 04 2018 @ 11:54 AM
I have slowly started investing in dividend growth stocks. This is a list of dividend stocks that I am actively considering for the month of August. This is based on a preliminary screen using metrics. I will be performing additional due diligence before finalizing my stock purchase.General Dynamics Corporation (GD)Industry: Aerospace & DefenseSector: IndustrialsGeneral Dynamics Corp is an aerospace and defense company. It offers products and services in business ...
Posted: Jul 30 2018 @ 7:00 AM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.Kellogg Company (K)Industry: Consumer Packaged GoodsSector: Consumer DefensiveKellogg ...
Posted: Jul 27 2018 @ 9:07 PM
One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.BlackRock Inc. (BLK)Industry: Asset ManagementSector: Financial ServicesBlackRock Inc ...
Posted: Jul 20 2018 @ 10:44 PM

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