Looking for Consistent Growth from Dividend Stocks
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Smooth growth can be a sought-after trait of a company, because it makes prediction easier and it inspires confidence in the strength and consistency of the business.

For example, using the Gordon Growth Model is easier when you have a basis for determining long-term EPS growth, since dividends are ultimately derived from the core profits over time.

So when a company grows EPS like this:

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