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With 2018 wrapping up in a rather ominous manner, I thought it would be an interesting experiment to use only Intrinio data to try and decipher which dividend growth stocks might perform the best in 2019.
For this exercise, I will ONLY look at Intrinio data and their built-in financial ratios and formulas to evaluate a rather large list of stocks (roughly 115 individual companies) I currently hold in my dividend portfolio.
Below are the top 7 companies that rate well. As I have no certainty if this is the start of a bear market (with some sectors & companies down 20%) or just a steep correction, I have attempted to assemble a list of high-quality, dividend growth stocks with stable earnings, increasing dividends, manageable debt and plenty of cash flow to cover those (hopefully) rising dividends - even during difficult times.