Why Kinder Morgan Stock Made Investors Rich

For those of you who have been reading this site for a while (God Bless you!), you know that it is no secret that the cash payouts of high-quality firms contribute a large, hidden part of total stock returns that is not readily apparent when you look at a stock chart and limit your thinking solely to the terms of a company’s stock price.

But something especially incredibly happens when you combine a holy trinity of wealth creation: high current dividends, plus a high dividend growth rate, and then mix it with the decision to reinvest the cash into even more shares. Finding companies with high current dividends and high future dividend growth rates is rare, but why should extreme wealth creation be all over the place? That would defeat the art of investing, and take the fun out of it.

One such company that has, over the … Read the rest of this article!