An Eye on Volatility: Root, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROOT), Uber Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:UBER), NexGen Energy Ltd. (AMEX:NXE), UP Fintech Holding Limited (NASDAQ:TIGR)

Dividend growth investing is a strategy that focuses on companies which regularly raise dividends. The strategy focuses on growth in dividends over a longer period of time that usually exceeds ten years. The typical dividend growth stock does not yield a lot today, but can generate very high yields on cost, that will definitely trump even some of the highest yielding stocks today.As a result, dividend growth investors focus on the catalysts that can generate a higher net income for the corporations whose stock they are purchasing. Companies can earn more by selling more, increasing prices, streamlining operations, expanding in new markets, selling new products or acquiring and merging with other companies. Mergers and acquisitions can only lead to higher earnings per share if they result in synergies. We want growth in earnings per share after all, not just a growth in overall net income.

The important tool that makes dividend growth investing is growth in earnings per share. Growth in earnings per share enables companies to increase dividends over time in a sustainable matter. A company that grows dividends for a period of time without corresponding earnings growth will eventually run out of room to boost distributions.

Here are companies that have increased their dividend payouts for several consecutive years.

Root, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROOT) Shareholders tracking shares of Root, Inc. (ROOT) belongs to Financial sector and Insurance – Property & Casualty industry. ROOT flaunted -0.16% to reach at $6.38 during previous trading session. ROOT Inc. has a total market value of 1.50B at the time of writing – representing $248.90M outstanding shares. Turning to other widely-considered trading data, this company’s half yearly performance is observed at -52.84%.

Uber Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:UBER) Shareholders tracking shares of Uber Technologies, Inc. (UBER) belongs to Technology sector and Software – Application industry. ROOT flaunted -0.47% to reach at $39.40 during previous trading session. UBER Inc. has a total market value of 74.47B at the time of writing – representing $1.88B outstanding shares. Turning to other widely-considered trading data, this company’s half yearly performance is observed at -27.56%.

NexGen Energy Ltd. (AMEX:NXE) Shareholders tracking shares of NexGen Energy Ltd. (NXE) belongs to Energy sector and Uranium industry. NXE flaunted 1.31% to reach at $4.63 during previous trading session. NXE Inc. has a total market value of 2.62B at the time of writing – representing $471.86M outstanding shares. Turning to other widely-considered trading data, this company’s half yearly performance is observed at 17.48%.

UP Fintech Holding Limited (NASDAQ:TIGR) Shareholders tracking shares of Root, Inc. (TIGR) belongs to Financial sector and Capital Markets industry. TIGR has a total market value of 2.31B at the time of writing – representing $141.88M outstanding shares. Turning to other widely-considered trading data, this company’s Earnigs per share for the Next 5 years is observed at 0.

About Brad Larson

This is Brad Larson and I like to introduce myself as an adviser, in the “Earnings Review”. I worked independently as a self motivator and with the financial institute as financial adviser to invest in the Earnings sector for over 9 years in the developing countries by introducing new phases and ways to improve in the Earnings sector.I specialize in market indices, currency pairs, and commodities, rarely trading individual stocks. I accomplished my Post-Graduate degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance from International School of Business and Media (ISB&M). I like to travel all over the globe to get new experience and provide by best services to the companies. As an adviser I like to work with new people to share and explore new ideas keeping in view minimizing the operating cost and giving the best final product through new technology and minimizing the time of development.

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