Thursday, May 27, 2021

7 Dividend Growth Stocks With Remarkably Consistent Earnings Growth

 As a dividend growth investor, I highly value consistent earnings growth.

Consistent earnings growth gives a company options to grow the business, pay off debts, buy back shares, or pay dividends. Of course, I'm primarily interested in dividends, so I look for consistent dividend growth in addition to consistent earnings growth.

I consider dividend growth stocks to be stocks with increasing dividend payouts in each of the past five years. Dividend Radar tracks such stocks every week and publishes a comprehensive spreadsheet, downloadable for free, every Friday.

This article presents seven dividend growth stocks with remarkably consistent earnings growth over the past ten years.

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  1. I simply don't understand why you publish you articles on another website instead of your own blog... To earn some additional $? Or as you write: to get a $19.99 subscription for free on seeking alpha?! You earn (allegedly) a lot of money with dividends and options income and you are still so stingy and greedy?

    1. Are you serious? You're calling ME stingy and greedy?

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