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Top 20 Highest Yielding Dividend Kings Now | Yields Up To 8.1%


Updated on December 28th, 2022 by Bob Ciura

The Dividend Kings are the best-of-the-best in dividend longevity.

What is a Dividend King? A stock with 50 or more consecutive years of dividend increases.

The downloadable Dividend Kings Spreadsheet List below contains the following for each stock in the index among other important investing metrics:

You can see the full downloadable spreadsheet of all 48 Dividend Kings (along with important financial metrics such as dividend yields, payout ratios, and price-to-earnings ratios) by clicking on the link below:


We typically rank stocks based on their five-year expected annual returns, as stated in the Sure Analysis Research Database.

But for investors primarily interested in income, it is also useful to rank the Dividend Kings according to their dividend yields.

This article will rank the 20 highest-yielding Dividend Kings today.

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High Yield Dividend King #20: PepsiCo Inc. (PEP)

PepsiCo is a global food and beverage company that generates $82 billion in annual sales. The company’s brands include Pepsi, Mountain Dew, FritoLay chips, Gatorade, Tropicana orange juice and Quaker foods. The company has more than 20 $1 billion brands in its portfolio.

Source: Investor Presentation

On 2/10/2022, PepsiCo announced that it would increase its annualized dividend by 7% to $4.60 starting with the dividend expected to be paid in June 2022, making the company a Dividend King. The company also announced a share repurchase authorization of up to $10 billion.

On October 12th, 2022, PepsiCo reported third quarter results for the period ending September 30th, 2022. Revenue grew 8.8% to $21.97 billion, beating analysts’ estimates by $1.15 billion. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $1.97 compared to $1.79 in the prior year and was $0.12 better than anticipated. A stronger U.S. dollar was a 3% headwind to both revenue and earnings-per-share.

Organic sales for the third quarter surged 16%. Beverages had volume growth of 3% while convenient foods was lower by 1.5%. PepsiCo Beverages North America’s revenue grew 13% organically, driven mostly by price increases as volume was higher by just 1%. Frito-Lay North America’s revenue grew 20% despite a 2% decline in volume. Quaker Foods North America was up 16%, as pricing action was partially offset by a 4% decrease in volume.

Revenues in Europe were higher by 15% as pricing once again offset weakness in volume for both product categories. Latin America increased 22% and the Asia Pacific/Australia/New Zealand/China region improved 8%, led by 7% and 9% improvement in beverage volume, respectively. Africa/Middle East/South Asia was up 17% due to ongoing strength in beverages.

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High Yield Dividend King #19: Sysco Corp. (SYY)

Sysco Corporation is the largest wholesale food distributor in the United States that serves 600,000 locations with food delivery, including restaurants, hospitals, schools, hotels, and other facilities. According to estimates, the company has a 16% market share of total food delivery within the United States.

On November 1st, 2022, Sysco reported first-quarter results for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023. The company ends its fiscal year at the end of June. Sales for the quarter were $19.1 billion, an increase of 16.2% versus the same period in the fiscal year 2022. Gross profit increased 17.4% to $3.5 billion, as compared to the same quarter last year.

Earnings per share increased to $0.97 compared to $0.83 for the quarter compared to the first quarter of FY2022, which is an increase of 16.9% year-over-year. The company was able to grow both top and bottom line because they have effectively managed inflation, increased case volume and grew market share.

Overall, the company delivered strong financial results, growing volumes and sales, and improving profitability. At the same time, the company was able to strengthen its balance sheet and return $517 million to its shareholders.

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High Yield Dividend King #18: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

Johnson & Johnson is a diversified health care company and a leader in the area of pharmaceuticals (~49% of sales), medical devices (~34% of sales) and consumer products (~17% of sales). The company has annual sales in excess of $93 billion.

On October 18th, 2022, Johnson & Johnson released third-quarter earnings results for the period ending September 30th, 2022. Revenue grew 2% to $23.8 billion and was $360 million better than expected. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $2.55 compared unfavorably to $2.60 in the prior year but was $0.06 more than anticipated.

Source: Investor Presentation

Johnson & Johnson has a reasonably low dividend payout ratio. This gives the company ample room to raise its dividend, even in a prolonged recession. One of Johnson & Johnson’s key competitive advantages is the size and scale of its business. It is a worldwide leader in a number of healthcare categories. Adequate diversification amongst its businesses, therefore, allows it to continue to grow even if one of the segments is underperforming.

The company’s qualities and ability to continue performing well under various economic conditions are reflected in its 60-year-long dividend growth track record. The payout ratio remains at a healthy 45%, which should allow for continuous dividend increases moving forward.

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High Yield Dividend King #17: Cincinnati Financial (CINF)

Cincinnati Financial is an insurance company founded in 1950. It offers business, home, auto insurance, and financial products, including life insurance, annuities, property, and casualty insurance. Cincinnati Financial is headquartered in Fairfield, Ohio, trading with a ~$20 billion market capitalization.

As an insurance company, Cincinnati Financial makes money in two ways. It earns income from premiums on policies written and by investing its float, or the large sum of money consisting of the time value between the premium income and insurance claims.

Cincinnati Financial has grown earnings by 11.5% per year over the past nine years and 15.6% over the past five years. Consensus analysts expect earnings to grow by 6% for the next five years. Book value, a significant metric for insurance companies, has increased by 10.4% over the past nine years and 8.4% over the past five years.

Unlike many insurers, the company is not a significant buyer of its shares for per-share growth. The company makes most of its net income from its investment gains and is highly dependent on bond interest rates and stock market performance.

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High Yield Dividend King #16: Gorman-Rupp Co. (GRC)

Gorman-Rupp is a leading supplier of critical systems that industrial clients count on to run their businesses. The company generates revenue of more than $500 million annually and has a market capitalization of $716 million.

The company’s products are used in a wide variety of end markets, including agriculture, air conditioning, construction, fire protection, heating, industrial, liquid handling, military, original equipment, petroleum, ventilation, water, and wastewater.

The company’s water-related businesses account for ~58% of annual revenue, non-water contributes 29%, and repair parts account for the remainder.

The company’s diversified portfolio helps to protect against declines in any one area of its business.

Source: Investor Presentation

Gorman-Rupp reported third-quarter earnings results on October 28th, 2022. Revenue grew 52.1% to $153.8 million, which was nearly $12 million more than analysts had predicted. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $0.25 compared unfavorably to the $0.35 the company earned in the prior year and was $0.11 below estimates.

U.S. sales grew 48% while international was higher by 14%. Much of the domestic growth was due to the company’s acquisition of Fill-Rite, the leading pump designer. Even without this addition, Gorman-Rupp’s water business improved by 12.2%, and non-water improved by 9%.

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High Yield Dividend King #15: The Coca-Cola Company (KO)

Coca-Cola is the world’s largest beverage company, as it owns or licenses more than 500 unique nonalcoholic brands. Since the company’s founding in 1886, it has spread to more than 200 countries worldwide.

Source: Investor Presentation

The company also has an exceptional 59-year dividend increase streak.

Coca-Cola reported third quarter earnings on October 25th, 2022, and results were better than expected on both the top and bottom lines. Earnings-per-share on an adjusted basis came to 69 cents, which was a nickel better than expected. Revenue was up 11% year-over-year to $11.1 billion, which was also $600 million better than estimates. Further, the company guided for 14% to 15% in organic revenue growth this year.

Global unit case volume was up 4% in Q3. Organic sales were up 16%, which was almost double the expected 9.8% gain. The Europe, Middle East & Africa region saw a 20% organic sales gain, Latin America was up 18%, and North America was up 14%.

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High Yield Dividend King #14: National Fuel Gas Co. (NFG)

National Fuel Gas Co. is a diversified energy company that operates in five business segments: Exploration & Production, Pipeline & Storage, Gathering, Utility, and Energy Marketing. The company’s largest segment is Exploration & Production.

Source: Investor Presentation

In early November, National Fuel Gas reported (11/3/22) financial results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022. The company grew its Seneca production 10% over the prior year’s quarter, primarily thanks to the development of core acreage positions in Appalachia.

In addition, its realized price of natural gas grew 20% thanks to strong demand and tight supply. As a result, adjusted earnings-per-share grew 25%, from $0.95 to $1.19.

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High Yield Dividend King #13: Target Corporation (TGT)

Target is a giant discount retailer. Its business consists of about 1,850 big box stores, which offer general merchandise and food, as well as serving as distribution points for the company’s burgeoning e-commerce business. Target should produce about $110 billion in total revenue this year.

Target reported third quarter earnings on November 16th, 2022, and results were weaker than expected, along with somewhat weak guidance for the final quarter of the year. Adjusted earnings-per-share were $1.54 per share, which missed estimates by 64 cents. Revenue was better, rising 3.4% to $26.52 billion, which was $120 million better than estimates.

Comparable sales were 2.7% higher, which was stacked on 12.7% growth from the year-ago period. This was driven by a 1.4% gain in traffic, as well as a 1.3% increase in average ticket size. The company said Beauty, Food and Beverage, and Household Essentials were sources of strength, offset by softness in discretionary categories. Digital sales were 17.1% of total revenue.

The company guided for softening sales and profits in Q4, so guidance was quite vague for Q4. In addition, Target is looking for efficiencies across the business, with a focus on reducing complexity and lowering operating costs. The stated goal was to save $2 billion to $3 billion in the coming three years.

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High Yield Dividend King #12: Kimberly-Clark (KMB)

Kimberly-Clark is a global consumer products company that operates in 175 countries and sells disposable consumer goods, including paper towels, diapers, and tissues.

It operates through two segments that each house many popular brands: Personal Care Segment (Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Depend, Poise) and the Consumer Tissue segment (Kleenex, Scott, Cottonelle, and Viva), generating nearly $20 billion in annual revenue.

Source: Investor Presentation

Kimberly-Clark reported third quarter earnings on October 25th, 2022, and results were mixed. The company beat expectations on the top line, with revenue hitting $5.05 billion. That was up 0.8% year-over-year, and beat estimates by $40 million. However, adjusted earnings-per-share came to $1.40, which was five cents lower than expectations.

The company saw a 9% gain from higher selling prices in the third quarter, which was driven by the need to recoup costs from inflationary pressures. That was offset by lower volumes.

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High Yield Dividend King #11: Black Hills Corporation (BKH)

Black Hills Corporation is an electric utility that provides electricity and natural gas to customers in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Black Hills was founded in 1941, and the company is headquartered in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Source: Investor Presentation

Black Hills Corporation reported its third quarter earnings results on November 2. The company generated revenues of
$460 million during the quarter, which was 22% more than the revenues that Black Hills Corporation generated during the previous year’s quarter.

Earnings-per-share of $0.54 during the third quarter, were slightly below the consensus analyst estimate. Earnings-per-share were down by $0.16, or 23% on a relative basis, versus the previous year’s quarter. Q4 and Q1 are seasonally stronger quarters due to higher natural gas demand for heating, which was again showcased by the below-average profitability during the third quarter.

Black Hills Corporation forecasts earnings-per-share of $3.95 to $4.15 for the current fiscal year. This represents earnings-per-share growth of around 8% relative to the previous year, using the midpoint of guidance.

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High Yield Dividend King #10: AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

AbbVie is a pharmaceutical company spun off by Abbott Laboratories (ABT) in 2013. Its most important product is Humira, which is now facing biosimilar competition in Europe, which has had a noticeable impact on the company. Humira will lose patent protection in the U.S. in 2023.

Even so, AbbVie remains a giant in the healthcare sector, with a large and diversified product portfolio.

AbbVie reported its third quarter earnings results on October 28. Revenues of $14.8 billion which was 3% more than AbbVie’s revenues during the previous year’s quarter. Revenue missed consensus by $130 million. Revenues were positively impacted by compelling growth from some of its newer drugs, including Skyrizi and Rinvoq, while Humira remained AbbVie’s biggest drug in terms of overall revenue contribution.

AbbVie earned $3.66 per share during the third quarter, which was 29% more than the company’s earnings-per-share during the previous year’s quarter. AbbVie’s earnings-per-share beat the consensus analyst estimate by $0.10. AbbVie’s guidance for 2022’s adjusted earnings-per-share was lowered slightly since our last update, the company now expects to earn $13.76 – $13.96 on a per-share basis this year.

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High Yield Dividend King #9: Northwest Natural Holding Co. (NWN)

NW Natural was founded in 1859 and has grown from just a handful of customers to serving more than 760,000 today. The utility’s mission is to deliver natural gas to its customers in the Pacific Northwest and it has done that well, affording it the ability to raise its dividend for 66 consecutive years.

Source: Investor Presentation

NW Natural reported Q3 results on November 8th. The company reported a net loss of $19.6 million ($0.56 per share) for the third quarter of 2022, compared to a net loss of $20.7 million ($0.67 per share) for the same period in 2021. The company received approval in Oregon and Washington for new rates related to the Purchased Gas Adjustment (PGA) mechanism, which includes estimated gas costs for the upcoming winter heating season.

It also closed its largest water and wastewater acquisition to date in Yuma, Arizona increasing NW Natural Water’s customer base by approximately 70%. Management reaffirmed 2022 earnings guidance in the range of $2.45 to $2.65 per share as well as its long-term earnings per share growth rate target of 4% to 6%.

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High Yield Dividend King #8: Federal Realty Investment Trust (FRT)

Federal Realty was founded in 1962. As a Real Estate Investment Trust, Federal Realty’s business model is to own and rent out real estate properties. It uses a significant portion of its rental income, as well as external financing, to acquire new properties. This helps create a “snow-ball” effect of rising income over time.

Federal Realty primarily owns shopping centers. However, it also operates in redevelopment of multi-purpose properties including retail, apartments, and condominiums. The portfolio is highly diversified in terms of tenant base.

Source: Investor Presentation

On November 3rd, 2022, Federal Realty reported Q3 results. It generated funds from operations per diluted share of $1.59 for the quarter compared to $1.51 for the third quarter 2021. FRT also generated comparable property operating income growth of 3.7% for the third quarter and 8.8% year-to-date.

It also achieved continued record levels of leasing with 119 signed leases for 562,859 square feet of comparable space in the third quarter, the highest third quarter volume on record. Federal Realty’s portfolio was 92.1% occupied and 94.3% leased, representing year-over-year increases of 190 basis points and 150 basis points, respectively and 10 basis point and 20 basis point increases, respectively quarter-over-quarter.

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High Yield Dividend King #8: Stanley Black & Decker (SWK)

Stanley Black & Decker is a world leader in power tools, hand tools, and related items. The company holds the top global position in tools and storage sales. Stanley Black & Decker is second in the world in the areas of commercial electronic security and engineered fastening.

On July 20th, 2022, Stanley Black & Decker announced it was raising its quarterly dividend 1.3% to $0.80, extending the company’s dividend growth streak to 55 consecutive years.

Source: Investor Presentation

On October 27th, 2022, Stanley Black & Decker announced third quarter results for the period ending September 30th, 2022. Revenue grew 9% to $4.1 billion, topping estimates by $120 million. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $0.76 compared very unfavorably to $2.77 in the prior year, but was $0.06 above expectations.

Organic growth declined 2%. Sales for Tools & Outdoor, the largest segment within the company, experienced an organic decline of 5% as a 7% benefit from pricing was once again more than offset by a decline in volume. North America fell 4% and both emerging markets and Europe were lower by 2%.

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High Yield Dividend King #6: 3M Company (MMM)

3M is an industrial manufacturer that sells more than 60,000 products that are used every day in homes, hospitals, office buildings and schools around the world. It has about 95,000 employees and serves customers in more than 200 countries.

On July 26th, the company reported second-quarter results. For the quarter, revenue fell 3% to $8.7 billion. Adjusted EPS declined 10% year-over-year, from $2.75 in Q2 2021 to $2.48 in Q2 2022.

Along with its quarterly results, the company separately announced that it will spinoff its healthcare segment. This is a major announcement, as the healthcare business itself generates over $8 billion in annual sales.

Source: Investor Presentation

The new 3M will consist of the segments which generated $26.8 billion of sales in 2021, while the healthcare spin-off will retain the product portfolio which generated $8.6 billion of sales in 2021.

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High Yield Dividend King #5: Canadian Utilities (CDUAF)

Canadian Utilities is an $8.07 billion company with approximately 5,000 employees. ATCO owns 53% of Canadian Utilities. Based in Alberta, Canadian Utilities is a diversified global energy infrastructure corporation delivering solutions in Electricity, Pipelines & Liquid, and Retail Energy.

Source: Investor Presentation

The company prides itself on having Canada’s longest consecutive years of dividend increases, with a 50-year streak. Unless otherwise noted, US dollars are used in this research report.

On July 28th, 2022, Canadian Utilities reported its Q2-2022 results for the period ending June 30th, 2022. Revenues for the quarter amounted to $726, 18.1% higher year-over-year, while EPS came in at $0.39 compared to a loss of $0.03 in Q2-2022. Higher revenues were mainly the result of rate relief provided to customers in 2021 in light of the COVID-19 global pandemic and, subsequently, the decision to maximize the collection of 2021 deferred revenues in 2022.

By benefiting from a stable business model, Canadian Utilities can slowly but progressively grow its earnings. The company consistently invests in new projects and benefits from the base rate increases, which grow at around 3% to 4% annually.

Last year, management had filed an application with the Alberta Utilities Commission to postpone Canadian Utilities’ electricity and natural gas distribution rate increases. The company expects to receive the deferred revenues in early 2022. We retain our expected growth rate at 4%.

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High Yield Dividend King #4: Leggett & Platt (LEG)

Leggett & Platt is an engineered products manufacturer. The company’s products include furniture, bedding components, store fixtures, die castings, and industrial products. Leggett & Platt has 14 business units and more than 20,000 employees. The company qualifies for the Dividend Aristocrats and Dividend Kings, as it has 50 years of consecutive dividend increases.

Leggett & Platt reported its third quarter earnings results on October 31. Revenue of $1.29 billion represented a 2% decline compared to the prior year’s quarter. Revenues were in-line with the consensus estimate. Earnings-per-share of $0.52 during the third quarter, was a sequential decline from $0.70 per share in the previous quarter.

Management also lowered its revenue guidance for the current fiscal year. The company is forecasting revenues of $5.1 billion to $5.2 billion, implying growth of around 1% versus the previous year. The earnings-per-share guidance range has been set at $2.30 to $2.45 for 2022. This represents a sizeable decline of almost 20% compared to 2021, using the midpoint of the current guidance range of $2.38.

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High Yield Dividend King #3: Universal Corporation (UVV)

Universal Corporation is a tobacco stock. It is the world’s largest leaf tobacco exporter and importer. The company is the wholesale purchaser and processor of tobacco that operates as an intermediary between tobacco farms and the companies that manufacture cigarettes, pipe tobacco, and cigars. Universal also has an ingredients business that is separate from the core leaf segment.

Universal Corporation reported its second quarter (fiscal 2023) earnings results in November. The company generated
revenues of $1.1 billion during the quarter, which was 34% more than the revenues that Universal Corporation generated during the previous year’s period. Management explains that revenues were up due to a stronger product mix primarily.

Universal’s gross margin was down slightly compared to the previous year’s period, but that headwind was offset by higher revenues, which is why operating income still was up year over year. Universal’s adjusted earnings-per-share totaled $1.13 during the quarter, which was up on a year-over-year basis, thanks to higher operating income.

As the leader in a declining industry, we do not expect the company to deliver strong growth in the future. The company’s earnings-per-share could still rise over the next couple of years, however. Universal’s shares trade at a moderate valuation based on the earnings and cash flows that the company generates.

Universal also does not need to invest large amounts of money into its business, which gives it the ability to utilize a substantial amount of its free cash flows for share repurchases and dividends.

With a dividend payout of ~79% for the current fiscal year, we view Universal’s dividend as moderately safe, with the caveat that the company faces headwinds due to the steady decline of the tobacco industry.

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High Yield Dividend King #2: V.F. Corp. (VFC)

V.F. Corporation is one of the world’s largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies. The company’s brands include The North Face, Vans, Timberland and Dickies. The company, which has been in existence since 1899, generated over $11 billion in sales in the last 12 months.

On October 26th, 2022, V.F. Corp announced a $0.51 quarterly dividend, a 2.0% year-over-year increase, which marks the company’s 50th consecutive year of increasing its payout.

In late October, V.F. Corp reported (10/26/22) financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2023. Revenue declined by 4% and adjusted earnings-per-share plunged 24%, from $1.11 to $0.73. The decline in EPS was due to high cost inflation, product discounting, and high inventories and lockdowns in China.

V.F. Corp expects revenue growth of 5%-6% but lowered its guidance for adjusted earnings-per-share once again, from $3.05-$3.15 to $2.40-$2.50.

We expect annual returns of 17.9% over the next five years for VFC, driven by 7% expected EPS growth, the 6.0% dividend yield, and a 4.9% annual boost from an expanding P/E multiple.

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High Yield Dividend King #1: Altria Group (MO)

Altria Group was founded by Philip Morris in 1847. Today, it is a consumer staples giant. It sells the Marlboro cigarette brand in the U.S. and a number of other non-smokeable brands, including Skoal and Copenhagen.

The flagship brand continues to be Marlboro, which holds over 40% retail market share in the U.S.

Source: Investor Presentation

Altria also has a 10% ownership stake in global beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, in addition to large stakes in Juul, a vaping products manufacturer and distributor, as well as cannabis company Cronos Group (CRON).

On October 27th, 2022, Altria reported third-quarter results. Q3 Non-GAAP EPS of $1.28 missed analyst expectations by $0.02. Revenue of $5.41B (-2.2% Y/Y) missed analyst expectations by $180M. Management narrowed its full-year 2022 guidance and now expects to deliver adjusted diluted EPS in a range of $4.81 to $4.89, representing a growth rate of 4.5% to 6% from a base of $4.61 in 2021.

Altria has increased its dividend for over 50 years, placing it on the exclusive Dividend Kings list. It is also a Dividend Champion.

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Final Thoughts

High yield dividend stocks have obvious appeal to income investors. The S&P 500 Index yields just ~1.4% right now on average, making high yield stocks even more attractive by comparison.

Of course, investors should always do their research before buying individual stocks.

That said, the 20 stocks in this list have yields at least double the S&P 500 Index average, going all the way up to 8.8%. And, each of these stocks has increased their dividends for 50 consecutive years. They are all part of the exclusive Dividend Kings list.

As a result, income investors may find these 20 dividend stocks attractive.

Further Reading

If you are interested in finding high-quality dividend growth stocks suitable for long-term investment, the following Sure Dividend databases will be useful:

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