Bret Kenwell is a freelance writer for TheStreet. He studied finance at Central Michigan University and seeks out companies that have the ability to generate above-average growth for many years. Ultimately, the goal is for those companies to become dividend paying titans, cementing their spot in one's portfolio with an incredibly low cost basis. Those picks and Bret's blog can be found at FutureBlueChips.com
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