My dividend system is designed to try and highlight companies with the potential to be long-term compounders.
As I'm still working, I'm not necessarily interested in maximising my dividend yield today. What I want is to find shares that can deliver rising yield on cost and associated capital gains over long periods.
The FTSE 100 share I'm looking at today has satisfied these criteria ably in the past. Although the last couple of years have been a little sticky, my view is that the business in question is now well positioned to resume its steady growth journey.
Here's a chart showing this company's earnings, dividend and share price over the last 20 years:
To find out the identity of this business and why I've chosen it for my model portfolio, read on.
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