http://dripinvesting.org/Tools/Tools.aspSo when are you going to license a Dividend Champions index to Vanguard or Schwab so we can invest in a low-cost Dividend Champions ETF or mutual fund? :-)I would definitely be interested in investing in it.Why pay ETF or MF fees when you can invest directly in the companies that have been increasing dividends for 25+ years?I don't foresee anyone day trading them ;-)I don't have large amounts of capital to invest, so I would prefer the instant diversification.Also, ETF and mutual fund fees continue to drop. I'm invested in the Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF, which only has an expense ratio of 0.07%:https://www.schwabetfs.com/summary.asp?symbol=SCHDThat's a tolerable trade-off for me to get diversification and not have to worry about stock selection.
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