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alereyes profile picture
From the table where you show the Dividend Aristocrat (D-A) performance vs S&P 500, I could calculate the following in terms of increase in value and CAGR%. For the period from 1990 to 1999 D-A increased in value 4.13 times for a CAGR% of 15.24 vs S&P 500 increased in value 5.31 times for a CAGR% of 18.17%. For the period from 2000 to 2009 D-A increased in value 1.87 times for a CAGR% of 6.48 vs S&P 500 "increased" in value 0.91 times for a CAGR% of minus 0.95%. For the period from 2010 to 2020 D-A increased in value 4.30 times for a CAGR% of 14.17 vs S&P 500 increased in value 4.23 times for a CAGR% of 13.99%. For the total period from 1990 to 2020 D-A increased in value 33.21 times for a CAGR% of 11.96 vs S&P 500 increased in value 20.42 times for a CAGR% of 10.21%. It seems that the D-A stocks have performed much better in this period.

Hard to conclude something given the small period of time, but it gives a very good idea of D-A portfolio resilience even in bear markets periods.
ED is consolidated Edison, not Continental Edison. You might want to fix.
David Van Knapp profile picture
Good analysis as always. Looking at the broad sweep of data, it's hard to conclude any more that DG stocks are an outperforming factor. Just counting years, the score is 16-15 in favor of DG stocks, which does not seem meaningful.

In dividend performance, of course, they dominate the index.

"The worst performing stock on the month was Clorox (CLX) - another sign that market participants are flooding into recovery trades and leaving the early COVID-crisis winners behind."

This is why I'm getting into CLX. Great company at a good price will produce nice returns long term. Economic growth will disappoint due to the debt driven spending and the "recovery" trade will start to look very overblown.

Have been holding CLX for awhile, and plan on buying more later this year if it stays down.
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