Dividends4Life: Dividend Stocks on Our Retirement Radar

Dividend Stocks on Our Retirement Radar

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, July 24, 2013 | 0 comments »

Dividend stocks are still in style, and that they’re still one of the best ways to build toward your retirement. And short of a massive shift in the winds, they’ll stay that way. To help you out in your hunt for stable, long-term investments, we’re taking a look at a number of dividend stocks that meet a few important criteria you’d want for the long haul. They’re long-standing dividend payers (in fact, a minimum of 10 consecutive years of increases, not just payouts), they yield more than today’s 2.6% T-Note, and they’re not trading at a terribly frothy valuation (P/Es are capped at 20).

Here are five that make the grade, listed by yield: Air Products & Chemicals (APD) Dividend Yield: 3%, McDonald’s (MCD) Dividend Yield: 3.1%, Leggett & Platt (LEG) Dividend Yield: 3.7%, ConocoPhillips (COP) Dividend Yield: 4.2% and Lockheed Martin (LMT) Dividend Yield: 4.2%.

Source: InvestorPlace

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