Dividends4Life: The Top 5 Dividend Stocks I'm Buying This Week

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Many of the stocks I'm in and watching have already had bear market-like declines of 20% or more. Further, dividend yields are at or nearing historically high levels and presenting good values. If you're truly a long-term investor -- 10 years or more -- then now's a good time to be adding to positions. Here's my top five dividend stocks that I plan to add to starting on Monday and over the next month.

My top five stocks: BHP Billiton (NYSE:BBL): The stock recently hit a fresh 52-week low this past Friday, settling at $35.07. That pushed the dividend yield to 6.6%, its highest level in the last decade. Franklin Templeton (NYSE:BEN): This is another stock that hit a fresh 52-week low this past Friday. Emerson Electric (NYSE:EMR): This stock has had a rough six weeks, dropping nearly every day during that time, and most recently reaching a 52-week intraday low of $50.10. Intel (NASDAQ:INTC): Intel is trading close to its 52-week low and currently yields over 3.3%. Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM): Another stock hitting new lows, QCOM settled at $61.64.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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