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

3 Ultra-Safe Dividend Stocks to Own for Recessions

3 Ultra-Safe Dividend Stocks to Own for Recessions

The United States economy is overdue for a recession. These 3 ultra-safe dividend stocks have a high probability of outperforming the market during the next recession

Aflac Stock Has Gained 23% This Year -- Here's Why It Can Go Even Higher

Aflac Stock Has Gained 23% This Year -- Here's Why It Can Go Even Higher

Shares of Aflac (AFL) are up 23% so far this year, but the company has a growth catalyst that could push up its stock even higher.

Here's Why J&J Is the Most Consistent Dividend Stock in the World

Here's Why J&J Is the Most Consistent Dividend Stock in the World

Johnson & Johnson, the most consistent dividend stock in the world with 54 consecutive increases, has also had 32 straight adjusted earnings-per-share increases.

Here's Why Warren Buffett Recently Bought More of These 2 Big Dividend Stocks

Here's Why Warren Buffett Recently Bought More of These 2 Big Dividend Stocks

The famed investor sees great potential in energy company Phillips 66 and tech giant Apple.

Get a 10.7% Yield and 10 Consecutive Dividend Increases with the Highest-Yielding Dividend Achiever

Get a 10.7% Yield and 10 Consecutive Dividend Increases with the Highest-Yielding Dividend Achiever

This article examines the business prospects of the highest-yielding dividend achiever -- an MLP that doesn't have its fortunes tied to oil prices.