Dividends4Life: Safest Consumer Dividend Stocks

Safest Consumer Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, April 23, 2013 | | 0 comments »

Consumer dividend stocks with low beta ratios and high market capitalization originally published at “long-term-investments.blogspot.com“. Today I like to close my monthly screen theme “the safest dividend stocks” with the consumer goods sector. Consumer goods stocks are one of my favorite sectors because of the strong relationship to the end-consumer. As a result, sales and earnings are less volatile than in other sectors. Not enough, most of them are great long-term dividend plays. From 390 stocks pay 193 dividends. That’s pretty good ratio.

However, below is a list of the best yielding large cap consumer dividend stocks with a volatility lower than the overall market. It’s not surprising that the big tobacco companies are on the top results. You can hate them or not but they are still some of the safest dividend stocks on the market. Below the top 20 results are three High-Yields, eleven are recommended to buy. Here are my favorite stocks:

Source: Trefis

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