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We approach Dividend Growth Investing (DGI) with a very specific goal: to safely earn 8 to 10% income growth per year.

Beat the S&P500

Our focus is on income growth rather than portfolio value, but in focusing on superior dividend growers, we’ve inadvertently managed to build a portfolio that outperforms the S&P500.

Superior Dividend Growers (SDGs)

Our portfolio is made up of companies who embody a strict set of characteristics. We call them Superior Dividend Growers (SDGs).

8-10% Reliable Income Growth

Our rigorous process of choosing companies is what allows us to have a long-term, low risk, ultra-reliable dividend growth portfolio.

Get Very Rich, Very Slowly

We’re not going to lie to you, it takes a long-time to get rich from dividend growth investing. By utilizing the power of compounding, you can expect to get very very rich over time.

The Model Portfolio vs. The S&P 500

See how our model portfolio has stacked up against the S&P 500 in the last few years (Using Real Data).

What Kind of Companies Are in The Model Portfolio?
Our portfolio is made up of companies who embody a strict set of characteristics. These companies are those that can reliably be predicted to raise their dividends by at least 8 to 10% per year. We call them Superior Dividend Growers (SDGs).
Pays a dividend that has an extensive, consistent history of a CAGR of 8%-10% per year.
Has an extensive, established global footprint, and is therefore probably very large.
Operates in an expanding area of economic activity.
It has lots of extra money (excess free cash flow), and has had this feature for some time.
It is at the top of its sector or peer group with respect to market share for most of its products.
SDGs Are Companies We’re All Familiar With
In order to be an SDG, a company must have an extensive global footprint as well as excess free cash to pay an increasing dividend to investors, due to such rigorous metrics, the companies you’ll find in the model portfolio are ones that we’re all familiar with.

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Our portfolio is made up of companies who embody a strict set of characteristics. These companies are those that can reliably be predicted to raise their dividends by at least 8 to 10% per year. We call them Superior Dividend Growers (SDGs).
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