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And look lists of what we've got Joseph -- here who invests in things like Dow Chemical and the end but get a real roads and Norfolk Southern so let's talk about that show what -- -- -- Well it will likely get it or not companies like Dow Norfolk Southern Wells Fargo because these are companies that not only have a decent dividend around three to three and -- half percent.
But they're growing their dividends over time each one of these companies should be growing their dividend.
In the forty to 50% range over the next four years so we think that's a really good place for investors to be let's let's go for dividend growth besides just that the dividend yield at the moment to point.
There we have Dow Chemical you're also -- -- Wells Fargo -- well Lazaro is its interest and other far fourth largest bank by by asset size but they're the largest by capitalization with the highest return inequity in the industry and they're also play on the housing industry self.
But are you are you concerned a lot of people said that they -- the of this spurt of growth that we saw on housing throughout the winter and spring.
It's coming down now and -- interest rates going up that may come down even further.
It we don't doubt about that I think it's gonna -- about rising mortgage rates is a headwind for the morgue for the housing industry but yeah on a year over year basis we're still -- in pretty good shape.
What we're going to do during 2013 vs 2012.
The future -- is it obvious is it simply the energy play them that their shipping them they're they're bouncing off the back of the stronger economy here well they are the largest -- called the United States we -- understand that -- also the largest -- of automotive products.
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