>> OK, then show me where that 6% growth is coming from. I can't find it. <<I haven't double checked his numbers, but I think he only means the dividend amount is rising by 6% per year, not that the dividend yields are up 6%.For example, if a stock trading for $50 went from a $1.00 annual dividend to a $1.06 annual dividend, the dividend *amount* is up 6% even though the dividend *yield* is up only 0.12% -- all assuming a static stock price, anyway.#29
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