Vanguard US Dividend Appreciation Index ETF

VGG-T

Analysis and Opinions about VGG-T

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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 2, 2020
(A Top Pick Dec 04/18, Up 18%) Companies that consistently pay higher dividends. It's important to look at dividend growth. Very low cost.
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(A Top Pick Dec 04/18, Up 18%) Companies that consistently pay higher dividends. It's important to look at dividend growth. Very low cost.
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HOLD
November 21, 2019
Tends to do well if rates are flat or rising. Holdings are solid, Microsoft, P&G, Visa, Walmart. Equity markets are overbought, but we're also seasonally in a good spot.
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Tends to do well if rates are flat or rising. Holdings are solid, Microsoft, P&G, Visa, Walmart. Equity markets are overbought, but we're also seasonally in a good spot.
Stan Wong

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$55.020
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COMMENT
COMMENT
November 4, 2019

VIG vs. VGG in a non-taxable account? And will the CAD go down? The USD won't go down, but he won't speculate on currencies' directions. It's impossible. But BIG is great. VGG is the Canadian one and you can buy it, but there's an extra cost with it. He prefers VIG, the USD one.

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VIG vs. VGG in a non-taxable account? And will the CAD go down? The USD won't go down, but he won't speculate on currencies' directions. It's impossible. But BIG is great. VGG is the Canadian one and you can buy it, but there's an extra cost with it. He prefers VIG, the USD one.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 13, 2019
(A Top Pick Aug 15/18, Up 16%) Filters out the companies with good dividends appreciation. A good batch of companies that grows dividends. They are showing good consistent growth.
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(A Top Pick Aug 15/18, Up 16%) Filters out the companies with good dividends appreciation. A good batch of companies that grows dividends. They are showing good consistent growth.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
December 4, 2018
With this, you get American stocks whose dividends have been increasing for the past 10 years. So this value-oriented, getting Pepsi and McDonald's instead of tech.
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With this, you get American stocks whose dividends have been increasing for the past 10 years. So this value-oriented, getting Pepsi and McDonald's instead of tech.
BUY
BUY
October 18, 2018

He likes this one. It is low in fee and dividend appreciation is a very attractive theme. This is non-hedged.

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He likes this one. It is low in fee and dividend appreciation is a very attractive theme. This is non-hedged.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 15, 2018

A different way of playing the U.S. market. It includes stocks like Microsoft and Walmart, companies that will likely increase their dividends. A diversification play.

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A different way of playing the U.S. market. It includes stocks like Microsoft and Walmart, companies that will likely increase their dividends. A diversification play.

BUY
BUY
July 4, 2018

He likes it. It's a good way to own U.S. stocks that are dividend growers which can keep pace with rising interest rates. But if trade tensions continue, then all bets are off. He still recommends this.

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He likes it. It's a good way to own U.S. stocks that are dividend growers which can keep pace with rising interest rates. But if trade tensions continue, then all bets are off. He still recommends this.

COMMENT
COMMENT
December 22, 2017

Chart shows a nice upward channel. If you own, and it gets outside of either side of the channel, you could think about moving out. However, the stock market is a good place to be for the next 3-5 months.

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Chart shows a nice upward channel. If you own, and it gets outside of either side of the channel, you could think about moving out. However, the stock market is a good place to be for the next 3-5 months.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 12, 2017

(A Top Pick Aug 26/16. Up 10%.) This invests in the index of US stocks. Has a history of increasing dividends over the last 10 consecutive years, but excluding real estate investment trusts. The recent decline in the US$ has hampered returns a little. Thinks dividend growers are going to outperform dividend payers. This is a place to be in a tightening monetary environment.

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(A Top Pick Aug 26/16. Up 10%.) This invests in the index of US stocks. Has a history of increasing dividends over the last 10 consecutive years, but excluding real estate investment trusts. The recent decline in the US$ has hampered returns a little. Thinks dividend growers are going to outperform dividend payers. This is a place to be in a tightening monetary environment.

WATCH
WATCH
November 18, 2016

Holds a basket of “dividend growing” names and we are in a rising interest rate environment. Believes there is going to be a shift from money invested in just high dividend paying stocks, and into dividend growers. This hit a brand-new high today. You might want to watch to see where the markets lead in the next few weeks, because we have had a bit of a run and the market is approaching overbought areas.

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Holds a basket of “dividend growing” names and we are in a rising interest rate environment. Believes there is going to be a shift from money invested in just high dividend paying stocks, and into dividend growers. This hit a brand-new high today. You might want to watch to see where the markets lead in the next few weeks, because we have had a bit of a run and the market is approaching overbought areas.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 26, 2016

A simple basket of US names that have a history of increasing their dividends over the last 10 consecutive years. As US interest rates move higher, he thinks dividend growth companies will outperform those with little or no dividend growth. Year-to-date and over the past year, this has outperformed the broader S&P 500.

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A simple basket of US names that have a history of increasing their dividends over the last 10 consecutive years. As US interest rates move higher, he thinks dividend growth companies will outperform those with little or no dividend growth. Year-to-date and over the past year, this has outperformed the broader S&P 500.

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