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Building Wealth with Dividend Investing
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The Dividend Imperative, Daniel PerisThe Most Important Thing Illuminated, Howard MarksThe Strategic Dividend Investor, Daniel PerisNever Out of Season, David W. Hunter
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Our dividend-driven investment approach keeps our clients focused on long-term objectives, not the day-to-day volatility of the market. It is appropriate for investors who want to generate long-term capital appreciation and income from their equity portfolios. Through consistent dividend growth, our goal is to help clients stay ahead of the wealth-eroding effects of inflation and keep up with the rising cost of living. The dividend growth rate of this strategy has historically eclipsed the U.S. Consumer Price Index, a common measure of inflation. Dividend growth is an important driver of total return – stock price appreciation plus income generated during the period a stock is held. We believe that compounded-investment income is a way to potentially maximize long-term total returns.