Variability in Dividend Growth Rates
by | Posted 5.9.2012 | Post Comment (No Comments)

One of the reasons why investors are attracted to dividend paying stocks is the consistency in the amount and timing of dividend payments. Unless companies are operating in a challenging economic environment, a portfolio of well chosen blue chip dividend stocks should be able to provide a stable dividend stream of cash in investors’ brokerage accounts, which should also grow over time. Unfortunately, the rate of growth in distributions can vary significantly depending on a variety of factors, including corporate policy and overall state of the economy to name a few

Read the rest of this post @ DividendGrowthInvestor