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These brand-name income stocks are virtually unmatched for their payout potential
If you’re looking for ways to outperform the stock market over the long run, consider buying dividend stocks. According to an analysis, dividend stocks have historically run circles around their non-dividend-paying counterparts. Between 1972 and 2012, publicly traded companies that initiated and grew their payout averaged an annual return of 9.5%. By comparison, non-dividend-paying stocks crawled to an average yearly gain of 1.6% over the same span.
This disparity shouldn’t surprise anyone. Companies that pay a dividend are almost always profitable, usually have clear long-term strategies and outlooks, and offer time-tested business models. Perhaps no dividend stocks better fit the bill than the following six companies. They’re expected to pay out roughly $82 billion in dividend income this year on a combined basis.
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On Wednesday, March 31st, for the first time ever… Josh Martinez is going to release a one-of-a-kind watchlist with his five top stocks to trade that week.
Based on the examples he found, starting with $2,500…
Trading these types of stocks using his strategy, you could have cashed out with $3,589…$5,000 and even $6,900… all in a matter of days.
This watchlist is all part of a special 100% FREE webinar Josh is hosting tomorrow at 8pm ET.
When you click here to RSVP, we’ll put you down on Josh’s list and send you the watchlist before the big event
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