1. 10 year dividend CAGR2. trend of quarterly net free cash flow payout ratio3. debt/equity and4. some qualitative assessment of the company's future revenue prospects....Hi BruceM!Sound thinking! I would add the one and five year dividend CAGR to the ten-year, just so I can get a bit more perspective on dividend trends ( although the past doesn't predict the future ).Also, I take a look at the M* info found here:http://ogres-crypt.com/php/chart-mscf.php?s=JNJAnd a quick glance at Mike Klein's BMWM charts is usually a must for me ( even though it shows a combination of capital appreciation and dividend growth:http://invest.kleinnet.com/bmw1/stats30/JNJ.htmlhttp://invest.kleinnet.com/bmw1/stats16/JNJ.htmlProbably most important for a dividend investor is your last point: an assessment of future revenues and profits....because that determines the potential level and safety of dividends over the long term.Cheers!MurphHome Fool
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