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  1. #1
    Addextuax Guest

    Default For Long Term Dividend Investors

    I get a report from Sure Dividend once a month that includes a current list of dividend stocks with a long history of no reduction. The list is by sector and is ranked in each sector by highest score using the 8 Rules of Dividend Investing put out by Sure Dividend. This is a July 2016 list. I'll post updates to this list sporadically as it does not change much month to month due to consistency in long term dividend stocks. Some of these are international stocks and all of them require you to do your own due diligence when selecting any to invest in.

    List of Stocks by Sector
    Each of the 186 stocks with 25 or more years of dividend payments without a reduction is sorted by sector below in order based on The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing (highest to lowest). Dividend yield is included next to each stock’s ticker symbol.

    Basic Materials

    1. Phillips 66 (PSX) - 3.2%
    2. Praxair (PX) - 2.6%
    3. PPG Industries Inc. (PPG) - 1.5%
    4. Valspar Corp. (VAL) - 1.2%
    5. Phillips 66 Partners LP (PSXP) - 3.5%
    6. Sherwin-Williams Co. (SHW) - 1.1%
    7. H.B. Fuller Company (FUL) - 1.3%
    8. Enbridge, Inc. (ENB) - 3.3%
    9. Air Products & Chem. (APD) - 2.4%
    10. RPM International Inc. (RPM) - 2.2%
    11. National Fuel Gas (NFG) - 2.8%
    12. Nucor Corp. (NUE) – 3.0%
    13. Air Liquide (AI.E) - 2.7%
    14. Chevron Corp. (CVX) - 4.1%
    15. ExxonMobil Corp. (XOM) - 3.2%
    16. NACCO Industries (NC) - 1.9%
    17. Helmerich & Payne Inc. (HP) – 4.0%
    18. Middlesex Water Co. (MSEX) - 1.9%
    19. Murphy Oil (MUR) - 4.3%
    20. Imperial Oil (IMO) - 1.4%

    Financial

    1. RTD Bank Group (TD) - 3.8%
    2. Royal Bank of Canada (RY) - 4.2%
    3. Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) - 4.5%
    4. Munich Re (MUV2.B) - 5.4%
    5. Bank of Montreal (BMO) - 4.2%
    6. Canadian Imperial Bank (CM) – 5.0%
    7. Eagle Financial Services (EFSI) - 3.5%
    8. Arthur J Gallagher (AJG) - 3.2%
    9. Franklin Resources (BEN) - 2.2%
    10. Waddell & Reed (WDR) - 10.8%
    11. AFLAC Inc. (AFL) - 2.3%
    12. T. Rowe Price Group (TROW) – 3.0%
    13. Farmers & Merchants Banc. (FMCB) - 2.2%
    14. Cincinnati Financial (CINF) - 2.6%
    15. S&P Global (SPGI) - 1.3%
    16. Harleysville Savings (HARL) - 4.6%
    17. Tompkins Financial Corp. (TMP) - 2.7%
    18. Eaton Vance Corp. (EV) – 3.0%
    19. Torchmark Insurance (TMK) - 0.9%
    20. HCP Inc. (HCP) - 6.5%
    21. First Financial Bankshares (FFIN) - 2.2%
    22. Community Trust Banc. (CTBI) - 3.6%
    23. Northern Trust (NTRS) - 2.2%
    24. M&T Bank Corporation (MTB) - 2.4%
    25. Commerce Bancshares (CBSH) - 1.9%
    26. Old Republic International (ORI) - 3.9%
    27. RLI Corp. (RLI) - 1.2%
    28. American Express (AXP) - 1.9%
    29. First Financial Corp. (THFF) - 2.7%
    30. 1st Source Corp. (SRCE) - 2.2%
    31. Public Storage (PSA) - 2.8%
    32. Universal Health Realty Trust (UHT) - 4.5%
    33. United Bankshares Inc. (UBSI) - 3.6%
    34. Mercury General Corp. (MCY) - 4.7%
    35. Realty Income (O) - 3.4%
    36. National Retail Properties (NNN) - 3.4%
    37. Federal Realty Inv. Trust (FRT) - 2.3%

    Consumer Goods

    1. Polaris Industries (PII) - 2.5%
    2. Flowers Foods (FLO) - 3.4%
    3. VF Corp. (VFC) - 2.4%
    4. Hormel Foods Corp. (HRL) - 1.6%
    5. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) - 2.8%
    6. Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) - 3.2%
    7. Mondelez (MDLZ) - 1.5%
    8. Home Depot (HD) - 2.1%
    9. Carlisle Companies (CSL) - 1.1%
    10. PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) - 2.8%
    11. Ecolab, Inc. (ECL) - 1.2%
    12. Nike (NKE) - 1.2%
    13. Colgate-Palmolive Co. (CL) - 2.1%
    14. Altria Group Inc. (MO) - 3.3%
    15. Coca-Cola Company (KO) - 3.1%
    16. Kerry Group (KYGA.L) - 0.6%
    17. Sonoco Products Co. (SON) – 3.0%
    18. Lowe's Companies (LOW) - 1.8%
    19. General Mills (GIS) - 2.6%
    20. HNI Corp (HNI) - 2.4%
    21. Leggett & Platt Inc. (LEG) - 2.7%
    22. Kimberly-Clark Corp. (KMB) - 2.7%
    23. Universal Corp. (UVV) - 3.7%
    24. Diageo plc (DEO) - 2.2%
    25. Philip Morris (PM) – 4.0%
    26. Clorox Company (CLX) - 2.3%
    27. Stepan Company (SCL) - 1.3%
    28. The J.M. Smucker Co. (SJM) - 1.8%
    29. McCormick & Co. (MKC) - 1.6%
    30. Young & Co's Brewery (YNGA.L) - 1.4%
    31. Kellogg (K) - 2.5%
    32. Bemis Company (BMS) - 2.2%
    33. Church & Dwight (CHD) - 1.4%
    34. Brown-Forman Class B (BF-B) - 1.4%
    35. Hershey (HSY) - 2.1%
    36. Cranswick plc (CWK.L) - 1.7%
    37. Lancaster Colony Corp. (LANC) - 1.6%
    38. L'Oreal (OR.E) - 1.8%
    39. Tootsie Roll Industries (TR) - 0.9% 40.
    40. Unilever (UL) – 3.0%
    41. Weyco Group Inc. (WEYS) – 3.0%
    42. Nestle (NESN.V) – 3.0%
    43. Henkel (HEN3.E) - 1.3%
    44. PZ Cussons plc (PZC.L) - 2.4%
    45. Kraft-Heinz Company (KHC) - 2.6%

    Utilities

    1. Fortis (FTS.TO) - 3.4%
    2. Consolidated Edison (ED) - 3.3%
    3. Southern Company (SO) - 4.2%
    4. SCANA Corp. (SCG) - 3%
    5. Canadian Utilities (CU.TO) - 3.4%
    6. Vectren Corp. (VVC) - 3.1%
    7. WGL Holdings Inc. (WGL) - 2.8%
    8. Black Hills Corp. (BKH) - 2.6%
    9. Atmos Energy (ATO) - 2.1%
    10. UGI Corp. (UGI) - 2.1%
    11. Otter Tail (OTTR) - 3.7%
    12. Northwest Natural Gas (NWN) - 2.9%
    13. MGE Energy (MGEE) - 2.1%
    14. American States Water (AWR) - 2.1%
    15. SJW Corp. (SJW) - 2.1%
    16. Questar Corp. (STR) - 3.5%
    17. Conn. Water Service (CTWS) - 2%
    18. Piedmont Natural Gas (PNY) - 2.3%
    19. California Water Service (CWT) - 2%

    Industrial Goods

    1. Cummins (CMI) - 3.5%
    2. General Dynamics (GD) - 2.2%
    3. Johnson Controls (JCI) - 2.6%
    4. Pentair Ltd. (PNR) - 2.3%
    5. United Technologies (UTX) - 2.6%
    6. Lockheed Martin (LMT) - 2.6%
    7. Eaton (ETN) - 3.8%
    8. Deere & Co. (DE) – 3.0%
    9. Emerson Electric (EMR) - 3.6%
    10. Spectris Group plc (SXS.L) - 2.7%
    11. Illinois Tool Works (ITW) - 2.1%
    12. Rotork plc (ROR.L) - 2.3%
    13. 3M Company (MMM) - 2.5%
    14. Weir Group plc (WEIR.L) - 3.1%
    15. Caterpillar (CAT) – 4.0%
    16. Spirax-Sarco Engineering (SPX.L) - 1.8%
    17. Roper Technologies (ROP) - 0.7%
    18. Tennant Company (TNC) - 1.5%
    19. Clarcor Inc. (CLC) - 1.5%
    20. Parker-Hannifin Corp. (PH) - 2.3%
    21. Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) – 2.0%
    22. Nordson Corp. (NDSN) - 1.1%
    23. Dover Corp. (DOV) - 2.4%
    24. Gorman-Rupp Company (GRC) - 1.5%
    25. Donaldson Company (DCI) - 2%
    26. Raven Industries (RAVN) - 2.7%

    Technology

    1. Computer Services Inc. (CSVI) - 2.7%
    2. Verizon Wireless (VZ) – 4.0%
    3. AT&T Inc. (T) - 4.4%
    4. BCE, Inc. (BCE) - 3.8%
    5. Diebold Inc. (DBD) - 4.5%
    6. Automatic Data Proc. (ADP) - 2.3%
    7. Linear Technologies (LLTC) - 2.8%
    8. Vodafone Group plc (VOD) - 5.4%
    9. Brady Corp. (BRC) - 2.7%
    10. Telephone & Data Sys. (TDS) – 2.0%

    Services

    1. W.W. Grainger Inc. (GWW) - 2.1%
    2. Target Corp. (TGT) - 3.4%
    3. Empire Co. (EMP.A.TO) - 2.1%
    4. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) - 2.7%
    5. Disney (DIS) - 1.4%
    6. Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) - 1.7%
    7. United Parcel Service (UPS) - 2.9%
    8. McDonald's Corp. (MCD) - 3%
    9. Genuine Parts Co. (GPC) - 2.6%
    10. ABM Industries Inc. (ABM) - 1.8%
    11. Sysco Corp. (SYY) - 2.4%
    12. RR Donnelley (RRD) - 6.2%
    13. Cintas Corp. (CTAS) - 1.1%
    14. Mine Safety Appliances (MSA) - 2.4%
    15. Bowl America (BWL.A) - 4.7%
    16. Wolters Kluwer NV (WKL.A) – 2.0%

    Health Care

    1. Abbott Laboratories (ABT) - 2.6%
    2. Cardinal Health (CAH) - 2.3%
    3. Becton Dickinson & Co. (BDX) - 1.6%
    4. AbbVie (ABBV) - 3.6%
    5. Medtronic Inc. (MDT) - 1.7%
    6. United Health Group (UNH) - 1.8%
    7. C.R. Bard Inc. (BCR) - 0.4%
    8. Novo Nordisk (NVO) - 1.8%
    9. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) - 2.6%
    10. Baxter International (BAX) - 1.1%
    11. Merck & Co. (MRK) - 3.2%
    12. Roche (ROG.V) - 3.2%
    13. Eli Lilly & Company (LLY) - 2.6%

  2. #2
    AdikMakowski Guest

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    One more thing to keep in mind is
    In addition to investing in quality businesses that pay a dividend, look for those that have a long history of increasing their annual dividend. There are excellent stocks out there that have increased their annual dividends for five, 10, 20, 25, or even 50 consecutive years. That means these companies continue to make a lot of money, no matter what the broader markets or economy is doing. They return that wealth to investors in the form of a dividend. Further, investors can rely on these companies to raise their annual dividends.

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    advoinuaTiz Guest

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    Few companies i believe that are going to perform good in the 2017 are:
    Target Corporation:
    In addition to so many shoppers, Target.com is consistently ranked as one of the most-visited retail web sites. I also buy a lot of course from it.
    Procter & Gamble Co:
    Procter & Gamble provides an annual dividend of 3.03%, or $2.68 per share. The company has raised its annual dividend for the last 60 consecutive years.

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    While most of the stocks in that list are good, I would point out that if I search google for best dividend stocks in 2017 I am going to get a lot of lists with a lot of comments on why they will do good next year. I would caution against this for long term unless the stocks in this list meet all the rules you should be establishing for your long term holds.

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    Long term return is what you wish for then dividend investing is for you. Dividend investing does not include so much risk link short term investing market.

 

 

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