The dividends are in effect the vegetables. They’re the nutrients underneath the stock market that allow it to grow over time. Over long periods, that American dividend stream has grown at roughly 5.5% per year.
Over the last five years dividends in the S&P 500 have compounded about 13% per year. That’s in a period where the S&P 500 returned 14.5% per year. So the lion’s share of the equity return was driven by aggregate dividend growth.
Dividends are important but growth too. The optimal way to invest is to mix growth with dividends. Secondly, a corporate should grow at highly profitable rates. It does not make sense to scale a money loosing system to get poor.
Attached you will find 10 highly profitable growth orientated stocks that might deliver solid returns in the future.
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