Avoid ulcers with ever-increasing Dividend Champions

NEW YORK, Dec 7 (Reuters) - If there's one word to describe the stock market these days, it's "manic". Up hundreds of points one day, down hundreds the next, spiking or collapsing based on whatever the latest rumor is out of Europe. Many investors are aggravating their existing ulcers, or developing new ones, trying to keep up with it all. But Toronto's Nitin Pardal has another strategy: He couldn't care less.
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