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E Intuit: High-Growth Dividend Stock
Intuit has a low dividend yield below 1%, but the stock generates a high dividend growth rate that makes it a long-term winner for dividend growth investors.
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E Disney: A Long-Term Dividend Growth Gem
Disney was forced to suspend its dividend last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but here's why investors should still consider DIS to be a long-term dividend growth stock.
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Akre Capital’s 26 Stock Portfolio: Top 10 Holdings Analyzed
Akre Capital Management is one of the most compelling funds we have analyzed, showcasing mind-blowing returns, not only due to their impressive rate but also due to their incredible consistency.
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Pershing Square: Bill Ackman’s 7 Stock Market-Beating Portfolio
Pershing Square is an unusual hedge fund, which the public has the opportunity to buy into due to its public market listing.
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E Lazard: Deep Value Stock Yielding Nearly 5%
Lazard is a deep-value play with a high dividend yield of nearly 5% and a strong business model.
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E Why Altria Is A Top Retirement Stock
Altria is a Dividend King with a high yield above 7%. The stock appears undervalued, making Altria a top retirement stock.
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Is A 3M Dividend Reinvestment Plan A Good Choice For Investors?
2 years ago

Thanks for reading!

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
6 years ago

That article is incorrect about the 26x PE multiple. You can see more in the comments of the article. I believe the author may have made an error confusing PE10 (price divided by AVERAGE earnings over 10 years) with PE on accident, but that is just a guess.

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
6 years ago

I have no idea. There is only one real PE multiple for the S&P 500. It is currently 18.28.

Source: http://www.multpl.com/

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