The Best Dividend Achievers

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The Dividend Achievers show a minimum of 10 consecutive years with a dividend increase. They include Aristocrats and Kings. With 370 stocks, the broader list is an excellent place to start your research. That doesn’t mean they are all good to buy. This is why we’ve highlighted some of the top ones from 5 different sectors.

You’ll Learn

  • I and Vero start by dressing up the pros and cons of the Dividend Achievers and state the reasons why the US list should also attract Canadian investors.
  • We have seen Starbucks (SBUX) getting back on track recently. The iconic brand still has huge pricing power and growth vectors in China.
  • Costco (COST) is not only good during recessions. Its membership business model ensures future revenues.
  • LeMaitre Vascular (LMAT) is not commonly known but remains a classic on this show for its leadership in a niche market, its sticky business, and growth by acquisition growth. UnitedHealth Group (UNH) is the largest private health insurance provider in the U.S. Its recent drop in price leads to a good entry point.
  • Lockheed Martin (LMT) has a unique business model that makes it a long-term hold. Apogee Enterprises (APOG) show a robust business model in a fragmented market.
  • Texas Instruments (TXN) and Microsoft (MSFT) had been hit hard in the past years. They still remain among the best dividend achievers.

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