Dividends4Life: These Megacap Dividend Stocks are Screaming Sells (Video)

With U.S. Treasurys pushing yields of 2.7%, it’s safe to wonder whether or not slow-growth dividend stocks with a smaller payout rate are worth owning in certain portfolios. And if those dividend stocks are actually no-growth investments, should anyone be buying them right now? I looked at a few dividend stalwarts recently that are big parts of many income portfolios, including McDonald’s (MCD), Walmart (WMT), Caterpillar (CAT) and Coca-Cola (KO). And while I certainly don’t think these dividend stocks are going to disappear, it’s worth discussing whether or not you have better options right now either in Treasuries or in other equities.

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