Dividends4Life: 5 Dividend Stocks You Can Confidently Buy in a Crash and Hold for the Next 25 Years

A quarter-century is a long time in the business world. Only the strongest of businesses can survive and prosper for so long a period, and the ones that do often generate outsized returns for their investors. The challenge with investing in such competitively advantaged businesses is that they often trade at a premium. Sometimes, however, a stock-market downturn can present investors with the opportunity to buy these top stocks at bargain prices. With that in mind, we asked five Motley Fool contributors to name their favorite dividend stocks that are strong enough to be bought during a market crash and held for the next 25 years. Here's what they had to say.

Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) has delivered outstanding returns to investors in the more than two decades since it went public in 1992. Colgate-Palmolive (NYSE:CL): I'll be the first to admit that, when it comes to making predictions 25 years out, there's a lot of uncertainty. Kimberly-Clark (NYSE:KMB): Consumer staples giant Kimberly-Clark is a great dividend stock that an investor can hold for a very long time, even 25 years or longer. VF Corp. (NYSE:VFC): Most people looking for nice dividends wouldn't look twice at a stock paying a less than 2% yield, but that's probably a bad call with VF Corp. This is especially true if you're looking for long-term dividend growth. PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP): One stock I'd be comfortable with buying at a bargain price is PepsiCo.

Source: Motley Fool

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