On a rainy week-end afternoon, what is there else to do then try to find the next best dividend growth stock to add to our portfolios? At least, that’s what I did as a dividend growth investor!
I want to retire early over my passive income. As such, I must invest my limited capital wisely in order to get the best dividend pipeline possible. There are lot of other dividend growth bloggers out there and checking what they are buying, their portfolio, what the have on their watch list can be a good place to start when you are “shopping” for the next fairly valued or undervalued dividend growth stock to add to your portfolio.
But, here are some cool lists you could also use :
Stocks to watch list :
David Fish U.S Dividend Champions definitely the greatest list for a dividend growth investor!
Canadian dividend all-star list A great list based on the same model than David Fish’s list but maintained by a fellow Canadian
S&P 500 dividend aristocrats constituents these companies have increased their dividends year after year for over 25 years!!
Morningstar Wide moat Focus Index ETF (this ETF is composed of 20 titles considered as having a “wide moat” (expression coined by Warren Buffett) and who, based on their analysis, are undervalued. The list can be downloaded in PDF
Warren Buffett’s stock holding – Berkshire Hathaway (Warren Buffett) : this is based on his 13F declaration to SEC (the list is in the table)
Dividend Growth Investing And Retirement – while not exactly a list, but more like a personal watch list, you should definitely have a look at his analysis. This blogger uses sound investment principles, is pretty conservative and down to earth. I’m an analytic guy and I definitely recognize my style in his analysis.
Canadian century club Dividend stocks A great list from DivHut about Canadian companies that have paid a dividend for over a 100 years!!! Imagine!
Century club dividend stocks Another great list from DivHut. 100 years of steady dividend payments. Wow!
I think these lists make a good starting point to start a dividend growth portfolio that will grow slowly but surely and bring you closer to retirement!
To go further, using screeners might help you search for potential candidates. Simply input your minimal requirements and press search to get a list that matches your criteria.
DGI screener – The only free dividend growth stocks screener on the net. I have recently coded this baby to help dividend growth investors like me to filter through dividend paying stocks and cut all the rest. The database only contains dividend growth stocks!
Finviz – great screener that you can use both to find stocks based on their fundamentals, but also based on technical analysis. This could be helpful to search for stocks at their 52 weeks low that meet your dividend growth requirements. It is only limited to stocks listed in US exchanges.
TMX screener – if you plan on investing in Canadian stocks, TMX money offers a screener. While not as extensive as Finviz, it at least can help you reduce your researches.
I hope these lists will help you find a diamond in the rock!
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