How These Stocks Use Inflation To Grow Their Dividend Payouts To Shareholders

McDonald’s Corp. (MCD) has increased its dividend for 45 consecutive years. That time period stretches through wars, recessions, and even our recent global pandemic. So while the cost of goods and services is going up, so is the dividend from McDonald’s and many other dividend growth stocks. There are hundreds of dividend growth stocks, representing equity in world-class enterprises, that are doing this same thing. Not only that, but the dividend is growing faster than inflation. Indeed. Not only does McDonald’s see its revenue, profit, and dividend rise as a natural side effect of inflation inflating the costs of the goods it’s selling, but it’s also selling more of these higher-priced products to more people. It’s a triple threat. More products being sold. Higher prices on those products. And more people buying the products. McDonald’s is just one example. There are hundreds.

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