This Will Make You Rethink Your Dividend Investing Strategy

Despite the popularity of using dividend yields to choose stocks for their retirement portfolios, there's a better indicator that investors should be looking at.

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In the current interest rate environment, individual investors are understandably on the hunt for income. Naturally, many of them turn to dividend investing to generate a steady stream of income, especially in retirement.

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Eric Ervin, Investment Adviser Representative
Co-Founder, President, CEO, President, CEO, Reality Shares Inc.

Eric Ervin founded Reality Shares, a firm known for ETF industry innovation. He led the launch of investment analytics tools, including Blockchain Score™, a blockchain company evaluation system; DIVCON®, a dividend health analysis system; and the Guard Indicator, a directional market indicator. These tools were designed to help investors access innovative investment strategies as well as provide alternative dividend investment solutions to manage risk.