Dividends4Life: The Best High-Yield Dividend Stocks In America

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If looking at just fundamentals, the S&P 500's fair value can be estimated to be around 900-950 according to a Gordon growth model of valuation, so current valuations appear to be rich. But there is no way to tell when the market will revert toward its real value (if it ever will), which is why investors should take a look at some low beta, high-yield stocks. A low beta stock will mitigate some of the impacts of a correction while providing income in the meantime. Here are seven stocks with both low betas (less than 1) and high yields:

Source: Investopdia

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