That 'Good Dividend' May Not Be So Good
Nothing makes me happier in investing than getting a terrific dividend from a company. And with good reason. Time and again we have seen outsized dividends hold off sellers and stop declines. We have seen the power of reinvesting dividends to compound your gains. And we know that dividends have provided about half the return that investors have gotten in the last decade, a dismal decade for investing. If you pick stocks with good dividends, you are on the right track to successful investing.
Ah, but here's the catch. It's the phrase "good dividends," because we have found that not all dividends are created equal....438 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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