Dividend Yield or Dividend Growth?
by | Posted 1.28.2013 | Post Comment (No Comments)

To paraphrase John William Burr, one of the founding fathers of stock valuation, a stock is worth what you can get out of it. This simple principle applies completely to dividend investing. In fact, it is probably the basic principle of dividend investing. We, as dividend investors, buy dividend stocks to receive regular and growing payments. So, the more we get out of a stock, the better.

Read the rest of this post @ TheDividendGuyBlog