Small Signs of Growth
This weekend showed proof positive that it's the little things in life that are the most meaningful, as silly as that may seem. Imagine my surprise when on a pre-Phillies-Cardinals playoff game, snack run (my Phils won that game, by the way; unfortunately, I can't say the same about last night) on Saturday I discovered that you can still buy an actual half gallon of ice cream in the grocery store. Now that's old school, as compared to the typical 1.5 quart downsizing garbage. I was psyched by this, which is crazy.
Another surprise I discovered over the weekend occurred when I ran a screen on small cap, dividend growth stocks -- on one of the few, non-deep value screens that I run occasionally. The results yielded many candidates. ...341 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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