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Dividend Growth Stocks to Accumulate in September 2021

Another month is beginning and here is a list of stocks we would like to focus on accumulating. We have the entire watch list of stocks we like but in that watch list, not all stocks are a buy. They are just candidates. We then narrow that list down to stocks we want to trade options against and stocks we want to be buying.


Dividend growth stocks to accumulate in September 2021


Here is the list we would like to focus on this month. It also contains our progress from previous months. We pick a stock in the list and keep buying until we reach 100 shares. This helps me to focus on the goal and not get distracted too much by other stocks and tips. Sometimes, when I have money available to invest, I get paralyzed asking myself, what am I going to buy now? This list helps me to buy stocks I previously selected as good stocks to buy.

September 2021 dividend growth stocks

We are adding Virtus InfraCap U.S. Preferred Stock ETF (PFFA) stock. The fund invests in preferred stocks. I do not have much experience in investing into preferred stocks and when doing some research I found that it can damage your investments if not done well. Since I do not have any experience, I decided to get exposure to preferred stocks via an ETF.

If you are interested in knowing how we select stocks to our watch list, you need to subscribe to our challenge account program where we will be explaining the process.

Do your own due diligence if you decide to invest in these stocks. The information here is believed to be accurate but may have changed since publishing.

We will hold these stocks forever. We will sell them only when they no longer meet our dividend investing criteria (for example the company cuts the dividend) or the stock significantly underperform and better opportunities present themselves. If these companies keep paying dividends and increasing them, we will hold.

We will also sell options around these positions to offset our cost basis. During selloffs and recoveries, we may also buy call options to capture the recovery. If you are interested to see what we are buying and what options we are selling/buying, subscribe to our program.

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