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January 23, 2013


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I agree with most of that. But I don't do DRIP investing. I prefer to have my dividends deposited to my brokerage account, combine them with new capital, and make new investment decisions based upon what may be a good buy at that time.

I invest in dividend paying stocks, but some metrics I have modified. For example REITs must pay larger payout by law, so you won't ever see them if you screen for less than 70% payout ratio. The same is with dividend growth, which i want more that 6%. Great article.

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