Many retired and soon-to-be retired investors lack the knowledge of the profound power and comfort a portfolio of dividend stocks offers.
Our report, Dividend Investing: A Primer, seeks to help investors learn the benefits of a dividend-focused investment strategy.
Have You Seriously Considered A Dividend Investing Strategy?
Sections like Getting Started with Dividend Stocks may help you avoid the pitfalls some investors make when they begin investing for dividends. And A Focus on Dividend Increases can help you maximize your return from dividend stocks while attempting to minimize risk.
Here’s a brief overview of the many topics covered in Dividend Investing: A Primer:
- A Steady Stream of Income
- Reduce Risk with Dividend Stocks
- Dividends: A Shortcut to Quality
- Faster Earnings Growth from Dividend-Payers
- Dividend-Payers As an Inflation Hedge
- Don’t Speculate: Invest
- Getting Started with Dividend Stocks
- Dividend Growth is Key
- A Focus on Dividend Increases
Are Dividend Stocks the Best Way to Invest?
Ben Graham, the father of value investing told readers of his investment classic, The Intelligent Investor, that “The true investor…will do better if he forgets about the stock market and pays attention to his dividend returns and to the operating results of his companies.”
At Richard C. Young & Co., Ltd. we have long used dividend stocks to craft portfolios that help investors achieve long-term investment success with comfort. Our stock portfolios invest exclusively in dividend-paying companies. We favor firms that pay dividends and have a record of making regular annual dividend increases.
If you want to learn more about how to harness the power of a dividend investing strategy download Dividend Investing: A Primer.