My personal portfolio is 100% invested in dividend growth stocks.
I don’t currently own a single ETF. But I’m not nearly as dogmatic about ETFs as that may sound.
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The benefits to index investing are:
- You need very little investment knowledge to do ‘average’ (most people don’t do even average in the market, unfortunately)
- You can spend virtually no time on your investments
Despite these advantages, there are many myths about index investing that lead people to believe it is better than it really is. You can see 5 big myths about index investing dispelled here.
I personally believe (and have put my money where my mouth is) that investing in high quality dividend growth stocks individually is a better way to invest for many.
There are serious advantages to investing in individual, high quality dividend growth stocks:
- You know what you own
- You can avoid overvalued stocks
- You can minimize portfolio turnover
- You learn about business and investing
- There are no investment management fees
- You can tailor your portfolio to match your needs
- You can build a portfolio designed specifically for income growth
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