Published Wed, 05 Sep 2018 05:07:44 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Within the universe of equity investing strategies, dividend growth is generally viewed as one of the more conservative methodologies. Indeed, to start, companies that pay a dividend are typically of mature ilk and model themselves toward reliable revenue replication. There's typically comparatively depressed risk here in terms of the investor being blindsided by disruptive or vertical business decisions or strategies.
From a capital-allocative perspective, dividend growth companies seem to sit in a practical sweet spot where cash flow resources can be flexibly and responsibly appropriated on an annual basis between current operating needs, growth initiatives, and direct shareholder value enhancement practices (dividends/buybacks).
Furthermore, companies that pay out growing income portions to their investor bases typically possess an unstated business directive. The annual (or more frequent) rite of the dividend increase is a sacrosanct common share expectation to be messed with only in dire circumstances.
Dividend advocates argue that the dividend itself brings about a more responsible level of managerial stewardship. On the flip side, it might be contended that dividend reputation or concentricity sometimes strongarms management into allocative decisions not always in the best interest of the organization.
Whatever one's philosophical dividend view, the more important consideration is how an income-generating portfolio is constructed.
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|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|TANGER FACTORY OUTLET CENTERS||20.56||46.7||0.44||1.42||7.00|
|SIMON PROPERTY GROUP||178.18||22.6||7.87||8.20||4.73|
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