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These 2 Dividend Growth Stocks Could Crush the Market in 2018 and Beyond [The Motley Fool]

ROYAL DUTCH SHELL (RDS.B)  More Company Research Source: The Motley Fool
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PDF The combination of a high yield with a high growth rate could fuel market-beating returns for investors. There's a misplaced belief among investors that they can earn the highest returns in riskier investments. Historically, however, the best gains have come from investing at the lower end of the risk spectrum, which are companies that pay a growing dividend. It's not even close. Since 1972, the stocks of companies that increased their payout each year generated a total average annual return of 9.9% while those that didn't pay one only returned about 2.4% per year, according to a study by Ned Davis Research. Even better, these dividend growth stocks outperformed with significantly less volatility than non-payers. While simply paying a growing dividend could provide the fuel needed to outperform, stocks growing their payouts at a faster pace should have the edge in leading the way. Here are two that plan on delivering at least a 20% increase this year -- and can continue grow [Read more]

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