201: 10 Quality Dividend Stocks

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Learn what to look for with dividend stocks.

I saw an article about 3 stocks that are a “must own” for retirement.


One was a huge telecom, one was a gas company and one was an insurance company.

No where did it talk about earnings growth or dividend growth.

I’ve talked about stocks.

What makes them go up.

It’s all about earnings.

Dividend stocks are no different, except they also have a nice dividend.

You still want to have companies that are high quality, steady growth, increasing dividends, etc.

IBD does a good job of curating dividend leaders. I’ve taken their list and
picked 10 that seem to me to be a good mix and diversified.

1. International Paper 4.11%
2. Altria Group Inc. 3.7%
3. Toronto Dominion Bank 3.67%
4. IBM 3.67%
5. Cisco 3.4%
6. Paychex 3.34%
7. Prudential Financial 3.31%
8. Merck 3.13%
9. Qualcomm 3.1%
10. Proctor & Gamble 3.07%

Again, all the credit goes to IBD, but I wanted to share a list of dividend paying stocks that are quality and fit all the aspects we talk about. You
can find this in your IBD and I’ll post on my website under podcast #201.

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Host of the “Be Wealthy & Smart” podcast on iTunes. Linda received a bronze 2014 Stevie® as “Maverick of the Year” for financial education by the American Business Awards. A millionaire at age 38 and widowed at age 45, Linda uses her vast financial experience and knowledge to empower women and men worldwide to financial freedom. She is the only financial expert who teaches to start with a wealthy mindset before learning the twin pillars of wealth building: investing like billionaires and creating a luxury brand business.

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