In addition, dividend raises from companies I own a stake in means my personal dividend income is increasing, thereby speeding the effects of compounding since I’ll be able to reinvest larger dividend payouts back into dividend growth stocks that are also regularly paying and raising dividends. It’s a truly wonderful cycle. And it just brings me that much closer to financial independence.
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