For my February dividend reinvestment, I added shares of what I think is the best all-around dividend-growth ETF on the market. And I don’t make that statement lightly: I’ve studied dividend ETFs for nearly a decade, as they have grown from a niche product to a major genre of ETFs.
Category: Dave Van Knapp’s Dividend Growth Portfolio (DGP)
Dave Van Knapp’s Dividend Growth Portfolio – Update for December 2022
“I hope that these real-world results are inspirational for younger investors who can visualize the possibilities of large amounts of future income that are possible to generate from modest investments today.”
I Just Bought More Shares of This Stock
In addition, my Dividend Growth Portfolio (DGP) has now collected more in dividends than my original investment…
BIG PORTFOLIO CHANGES: How I’m Squeezing More Income from My Dividend Portfolio (w/out adding new $)
I just re-allocated roughly 10% of my dividend growth portfolio… and as a result, I’m boosting my income without adding any new money to my portfolio. Here’s how…
I Just Bought More Shares of Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF (SCHD)
Perhaps the best of the dividend-growth oriented ETFs, now’s a good time to increase its position size in my Dividend Growth Portfolio.
I Just Bought More Shares of Merck (MRK) for My Dividend-Growth Portfolio
It’s a very high-quality company with growing profits but a stagnant price (one of my favorite scenarios for buying stocks). In fact, after running the numbers, it now appears 18% undervalued.
I Just Bought More Shares of Lockheed Martin (LMT) for My Dividend Growth Portfolio
The company falls just one point short of a perfect Quality Snapshot score… and with a current 3.3% yield, I think it’s a steal for a long-term dividend growth investor.
I Just Sold Hasbro (HAS) and Replaced It with Prudential (PRU) and NASDAQ-100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD)
In doing so, I moved capital from a stock whose dividend characteristics made it unsuitable for my dividend-growth approach, and into two investments that I believe will generate more dividends and more portfolio growth in the future.
This Dividend Stock Just Dropped, So I Bought It
It’s an example of opportunistically investing in an excellent company at an attractive price.
I Just Trimmed Microsoft (MSFT) and Replaced It with These Two Names
Even though it flies in the face of a lot of conventional wisdom, I’ve decided to trim the hot stock given its meteoric price increase.