Ben Reynolds

Ben Reynolds is the CEO of Sure Dividend.  Sure Dividend is an investment information and newsletter site dedicated to high quality dividend growth stocks.  An emphasis is placed on competitive advantage analysis and historical research.  Reynolds created The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to simplify the process of dividend growth investing.

Reynold's investing articles have appeared on:  MSN Money, Fidelty, The Motley Fool, TheStreet, and Seeking Alpha, among others.

Reynolds graduated summa cum laude from the University of Houston Bauer School of Business with a degree in Finance.  He went on to work at 3 separate small businesses before founding Sure Dividend.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Buy These 3 UK Dividend Stocks as Brexit Fears Blow Over

Buy These 3 UK Dividend Stocks as Brexit Fears Blow Over

Now that it appears the Brexit fears were overblown, investors have an opportunity to buy high-quality U.K. blue chip stocks that were hit last year.

Top 10 Dividend Stocks to Buy Before the Next Recession

Top 10 Dividend Stocks to Buy Before the Next Recession

The S&P 500 is trading at historically overvalued levels after the Trump rally of the last five months. These 10 stocks are likely to thrive during the next recession.

These 3 Energy Stocks Are Set for Gains on Elevated Geopolitical Risks

These 3 Energy Stocks Are Set for Gains on Elevated Geopolitical Risks

Elevated geopolitical risk creates a greater likelihood of rising oil prices. These three, high-quality energy dividend stocks could see big gains with rising global tensions.

Starbucks Is Too Pricey, but This Other Dividend Stock Isn't

Starbucks Is Too Pricey, but This Other Dividend Stock Isn't

Step aside, Starbucks. While DineEquity clearly is not a growth company, it doesn't have to be, because the stock is dirt-cheap, with a huge dividend yield.

Cardinal Health Is a Cheap Industry Leader Priced to Buy Now

Cardinal Health Is a Cheap Industry Leader Priced to Buy Now

Cardinal Health is an overlooked Dividend Aristocrat poised to outperform.