Dividend aristocrats

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Motley Fool  Mar 21  Comment 
Looking to add income-generating stocks to your portfolio? PepsiCo, VF Corporation, and Procter & Gamble should be on your list.
Forbes  Mar 21  Comment 
In a crazy bull market like this, you may feel like it’s impossible to lose. That’s a dangerous feeling. Because there are a few loser stocks out there—although admittedly there are far more winners than losers.
Motley Fool  Mar 17  Comment 
IBM and United Technologies are massive companies within a few years' dividend increases of joining the dividend aristocrats list, while Polaris Industries must get bigger and stretch out its divvy streak to make the cut.
Motley Fool  Mar 10  Comment 
Though both demonstrably cheap, Abbvie and Target shares trade at discounts for very different reasons.




 

Dividend aristocrats are companies in the S&P 500 that have increased dividend payouts to shareholders every year for the last 25 years.

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