Dividends4Life: Dividend Stocks Are Cheap To Buy Now

Dividend Stocks Are Cheap To Buy Now

Posted by D4L | Sunday, June 30, 2013 | | 0 comments »

The rules of dividend investing are changing. This is the first time I can recall, for example, when you can earn more in dividends for holding the entire S&P 500 than you can earn not only on a 10-year note, but also on a long-term 30-year government bond. If you choose your dividend stocks correctly, you can set yourself up very nicely. Both as your invested capital appreciates over the years — and as the quarterly dividend grows. This kind of income is simply not possible with bonds.

o today I’d like to share with you some of my top-rated dividend payers. All are household names — think General Mills (GIS) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). All yield over 3% — a very generous yield relative to what you can earn on a 10-year Treasury or corporate bond. All also score high on my proprietary 8-point earnings quality and growth model — and stand up nicely to my rigorous hands-on analysis. And best of all, all are trading at attractive rates right now thanks to the overall market anxiety.

Source: Market Intelligence Center

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