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Category: Dave Van Knapp’s Dividend Growth Investing Lessons
If you’re a regular Daily Trade Alert reader, you’re probably familiar with our obsession with dividend growth stocks. In short, for investors with a long enough horizon, there may be no better way to generate a lifetime of safe, steadily-growing income than by owning a select group of these stocks. With this in mind, we’ve commissioned someone we consider to be an expert in this area to help guide our readers through the rewarding world of dividend growth investing (DGI). His name is David Van Knapp, and when it comes to DGI, he’s one of the most highly-respected individuals we know. See below for a series of exclusive DGI-related lessons Dave has agreed to write for Daily Trade Alert. We’re confident you’ll benefit from his expertise.
DGI Lesson 19: Grading Dividend Growth Stocks to Find the Best Ones
I have experimented with a lot of systems over the years. What I present today is a basic grading system for dividend growth stocks. Many of the elements are identical to the ones that I used to select stocks for my Dividend Growth “ETF”…
DGI Lesson 18: High Yield or Fast Growth?
Some dividend growth investors believe that a fast-growth stock is “better” than a slower-growing stock. Others say that high yield is more important than dividend growth rate. Whether a high-growth or high-yield stock is better for YOU depends on a multitude of factors…
DGI Lesson 17: Dividend Safety
We are revising our lesson to introduce a new service that measures dividend safety…
This Dividend Champion is Priced 7% Below My Estimated “Fair Value” Price: Target (TGT)
Since I consider any stock to be in the “fair value” range if its price is within 10% of my fair value price, I think it’s fairly valued right now…
DGI Lesson 16: Diversification
In investing, one often hears that they should be “properly diversified.” Here’s what that means, particularly for dividend growth investors…
DGI Lesson 15: Holding and Selling
For dividend growth investors, the following lesson could be the most important piece we publish this month…
DGI Lesson 14: Buying
For dividend growth investors, it could be the most important piece of information we publish this year…
DGI Lesson 13: Specific Suggestions for YOUR Dividend Growth Investing Plan
It is said that the first step to achieving a goal is writing it down. With this in mind, the purpose of this lesson is to offer some suggestions and example that you might use in creating your own investment plan…
U.S. Stocks Still Have Plenty of Upside Potential From Here
Readers have made a lot of money the past few years because we got the big picture right. Looking ahead, the big picture says that rising interest rates won’t ruin our fun in U.S. stocks…