Why I Vastly Prefer Dividend Growth Investing To Index Investing
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I haven’t expressly written before about the differences between dividend growth investing and index investing, and why I prefer the former over the latter. But, always better late rather than never and so I find myself compelled to put my thoughts to paper.

Before I delve too deep into this, it should be noted that I find index investing to be a fantastic strategy for a great many people out there, and probably the vast majority of investors would do better to invest in a small group of high quality, low expense index funds and be done with it. It’s extremely easy to manage, very passive and usually a yearly or semi-annual portfolio rebalance is all you need to keep a proper asset allocation to stocks, bonds, real estate, etc.

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