A Systematic Approach to Dividend Investing
Own quality dividend stocks capable of generating consistently high profits and long-term dividend growth.
Buy when there is a Margin of Safety between price and Fair Value to get higher yields and expected returns.
Sell when the share price is close to or above Fair Value to lock in profits and free up cash for reinvestment.
Overweight the most attractive holdings while diversifying across companies, industries and countries.
Resources for Dividend Investors
Reviews of quality dividend stocks, market valuations, investment strategy tips and more.
A step-by-step guide to investing in high-quality dividend stocks for long-term income and growth.
A collection of free downloadable dividend investing guides, checklists and more.
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About John Kingham
In my regular blog posts and newsletter, I share every detail of my investment strategy, research and portfolio with investors who, like me, want to build long-term income and wealth by investing in quality dividend stocks.
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