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E Coca-Cola: A Blue-Chip Dividend King
Coca-Cola is a blue-chip dividend stock with over 50 consecutive years of dividend increases. The company should continue to increase its dividend, even during a recession.
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Why McDonald’s Dividend Will Continue To Grow, Even In A Recession
McDonald’s is undoubtedly a growth success story over its company history, and in turn, shareholders have been rewarded with rising dividends since 1976.
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Coca-Cola Stock Dividend: What Investors Need To Know Now
Coca-Cola is one of the very best dividend stocks in the market today. The company has an exemplary dividend growth history through a wide variety of economic conditions.
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E PepsiCo: Recession-Proof Dividend Aristocrat
PepsiCo is a Dividend Aristocrat with a nearly 3% yield. Its strong brands and consistent cash flow should continue to provide dividends even during a recession.
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Ford Dividend Analysis: Attractive 6.6% Yield, But A Recession Could Spell Trouble
Ford’s dividend yield of 6.6% is extremely attractive at first glance. Even without any dividend growth, this yield could offer investors a significant amount of income.
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PepsiCo Dividend: Why This Dividend Aristocrat Is Built For A Recession
PepsiCo has a sustainable dividend, regardless of the state of the economy. And, it has multiple catalysts for future growth, meaning it should continue to raise its dividend each year.
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Is A 3M Dividend Reinvestment Plan A Good Choice For Investors?
1 year ago

Thanks for reading!

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
5 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
5 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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