Originally Posted by JaxRed
The key (long run) is having stocks that increase dividends yearly so that you can get double compounding. Initially since I wanted to demonstrate monthly increases I chose a stock that paid monthly, has a nice yield, and does increase dividends.
Love this strategy. It's (at least partially) why I own ADP, INTC, WMT, MCD, PG, and MCD. In 20 years (I'm 36), ideally dividends would account for a significant chunk of my financial needs.