The growth stock meltdown over the past year has taught investors a tough lesson. Three companies with excellent track records of delivering above-average earnings growth are Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ), Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW), and Prologis (NYSE: PLD). Like most growth stocks, their share prices have taken a beating during the sell-off.
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As the famous 19th-century stock investor Russell Sage once said, “I bought straw hats in winter, and now they’re worth a fortune.” That was Sage’s way of saying to buy quality stocks when both demand and price are low. And 2022, with its 8% inflation and interest rate hikes, gave dividend investors plenty of straw hats from which to choose. High-quality stocks on sale are a much better bargain than buying poor performers just because they’re cheap or the yields are high. If you can get a market