Dividends4Life: Dividend Stocks Immune to the Election

Dividend Stocks Immune to the Election

Posted by D4L | Monday, October 22, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Income investors shouldn't fret over who's in the White House next January. Dividend stocks are on fire right now, and there are plenty of companies that will continue to kick money back to shareholders regardless of whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney is in office the next four years. Some dividend stocks are evergreen. Their payouts have been growing annually for decades - regardless of election results, recessions, inflation rates, fiscal cliffs, European debt problems, Federal Reserve chairmen, the Boogeyman, the Grim Reaper and other real or imagined market drivers.

Here are four companies able to tune out all the noise and grow their dividends regardless of which party is in office: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), McDonald's (MCD), AT&T (T) and Procter & Gamble (PG). For those of you who want to limit your exposure to the whims of the American voter, it's not a bad idea to play it safe by investing in blue-chip dividend stocks with a long history of returning money to their shareholders.

Source: NASDAQ

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