[PREMIUM] A deep dive into John Deere | Newsletter #011

Welcome to issue 11 of the Dividend Growth Compass newsletter!

Its Smack bang in the middle of earnings season and there is so much happening in the dividend growth world. Archer-Daniel-Midland has been in the news which made its share price drop 22% in a day and Meta announced its first steps into the dividend world.โ€‚This is even before earnings results from the likes of LVMH, Visa, Texas Instruments, Johnson & Johnson or ASML.

As you can gather we have lots to discuss in this issue so Please grab a cup of coffee and dig in!

If you are new to this newsletter and would like to give it a try, then check out the first 3 newsletters for free:
1. A deep dive into Lโ€™Oreal | Newsletter #001
2. A deep dive into British American Tobacco | Newsletter #002
3. A deep dive into NN Group โ€“ is their Dividend Safe? | Newsletter #003

What you can expect in this issue:

  • A deep dive into John Deere – is this a now a tech company?
  • Is the S&P 500 the right index to benchmark against?
  • Does HPQ create shareholder wealth?
  • Reckitt Benckiser and Ambra S.A. Dividend Growth Stock Cards. We had to bring some European flavour.
  • Our watchlist and most recent transactions.
  • A reflection on the earnings from Shell, Evolution AB and AbbVie.

Feel free to reach out to us until Wednesday with your suggestion for the next deep dive.

Yours Truly,

European Dividend Growth Investor & Derek from Engineer My Freedom.

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