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Dividend stocks are not a crowded traded, argues Bahl & Gaynor's Matt McCormick (full...

Dividend stocks are not a crowded traded, argues Bahl & Gaynor's Matt McCormick (full presentation), seeing little correlation over the decades between tax rates and returns. Of note were dividend payers underperforming the rest of the market by 52.5% in 2003 after dividend tax rates were cut.
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  • doc47
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    Could it be that there is "little correlation" because a lot (i.e., a majority) of these stocks are in tax deferred accounts?
    5 Dec 2012, 03:23 PM Reply Like
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