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2 dividend growth stocks for the long run

Since inflation has moved to 3% recently, buying shares which offer high dividend growth potential could be important to income investors. After all, a number of companies may not have the financial flexibility to increase their payout ratios, or may see their earnings growth rate come under pressure as Brexit talks continue.

With that in mind, here are two companies which appear to offer a potent mix of high yields and dividend growth. As such, they could provide inflation-beating returns over a sustained period.

Broker Forecast - Peel Hunt issues a broker note on Games Workshop Group PLC

Peel Hunt today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Games Workshop Group PLC (LON:GAW) and raised its price target to 2400p (from 2000p).

Games Workshop sales and profits well above last year

Games Workshop said sales and profits to date continued to be well above the corresponding period last year.

A brief trading statement said: 'Following on from the group's update in September, sales to date have continued strongly.

'Given the high operational gearing of the business, any movement in sales is directly reflected in profits.'

2 small-cap growth stocks that could make you fabulously rich

I've always been wary of the familiar tale of popular growth stocks in their early days. You know, when everyone jumps aboard and pushes up the shares, and then overpriced ones collapse later when cold financial reality sets in.

It looks like the first part of that has already happened to Veltyco Group (LSE:VLTY), whose shares have quadrupled in the past 12 months -- but are they expensive now?

Veltyco, which is in the business of marketing for the online gaming, lottery and binary option businesses, only came to market in June 2016.

10 shares to weather a stockmarket crash

10 shares to weather a stockmarket crash

Worried that a sharp downturn is imminent? Stockopedia's Ben Hobson has identified a list of solid, reliable shares which do much better during periods of uncertainty.

2 dividend-growth stocks I’d buy today

Dividend investing is a proven wealth-creator. Simply throw what you receive back into quality stocks and, through a combination of patience and the tendency of equities to outperform all assets over the long term, you're likely to be sitting on a far larger sum of money in a few decades' time.

That said, investors shouldn't automatically buy those companies offering the largest yields. To really get the benefits from this strategy, you need to be looking to those that are growing their payouts. Here are just two examples.

All resolutions passed at AGM of Games Workshop

Games Workshop Group has confirmed that all resolutions were passed by shareholders at today's Annual General Meeting.

At 1:07pm: (LON:GAW) Games Workshop Group PLC share price was +53.5p at 1873.5p

2 small-cap dividend stocks you shouldn’t ignore

Shares in Games Workshop (LSE:GAW) have jumped by nearly 10% in early deals this morning after the company issued yet another bullish trading update. 

Broker Forecast - Peel Hunt issues a broker note on Games Workshop Group PLC

Peel Hunt today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Games Workshop Group PLC (LON:GAW) and raised its price target to 2000p (from 1500p).

Games Workshop Q1 sales up

Games Workshop said trading for the first quarter of the current financial year had continued strongly.

It said sales and, given the high operational gearing of the business, profits for 2017-18 to date were well above the corresponding period in the prior year.

The group also said the board had declared a dividend of 35 pence per share.

This will be paid on 27 October to shareholders on the register at 22 September, with an ex-dividend date of 21 September.

The last date for elections for the dividend re-investment plan is 6 October.