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Valuentum's January Edition of its Dividend Growth Newsletter!

publication date: Jan 1, 2012
author/source: Valuentum Analysts

Dividend Growth subscribers, the January edition of our Dividend Growth Newsletter is now in your email inbox. If you have signed up to receive our Dividend Growth Newsletter as part of your premium membership and have not received it, please contact us.

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About Our Dividend Growth Newsletter, By Brian Nelson, CFA

The goal of our Dividend Growth Newsletter is to identify high-yielding, undervalued stocks that offer investors not only a source of sustainable and growing dividend income but also collectively form a portfolio that we expect to achieve an average annual rate of return in the high-single-digits over rolling 3- to 5-year periods into the future.

The dividend-growth ideas presented in our Dividend Growth portfolio are all trading at attractive valuations, offer an annual dividend income stream that is greater than the average of the S&P 500 Index, and present investors with tremendous dividend growth potential over the long haul. 

Our dividend methodology is forward-looking and seeks to identify firms that not only currently pay an outsize dividend, but also have the capacity and willingness to pay an ever-increasing dividend well into the future...

Please view the January edition of our Dividend Growth Newsletter to continue reading.

Inside This Issue
The Benefits of Dividend Growth Investing, page 1
About Our Dividend Growth Newsletter, page 1
Dividend Spotlight: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), page 2
Dividend Spotlight: Intel (INTC), page 3
Sifting Through the Trash for a Dividend Gem: Republic Services (RSG), page 7
Altria's (MO) Dividend Yield is Smoking, page 8
Dividend Spotlight: McDonalds (MCD), page 10
Our Dividend Growth Watch List, page 11
Yields to Avoid, page 14
Featured Dividend Reports: Hasbro, Medtronic, Microsoft, page 15
Our Valuentum Buying Index, page 18
Valuentum Definitions, page 20

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