Dividends4Life: Get Paid Twice With These 4 Top Dividend Stocks

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Dividend seekers usually don't expect big stock price gains too. But here are four stocks that not only pay big yields, but are also beating the market. All four (from Monday's issue) pay yields above the S&P 500's average 2.03% payout and are ranked in order of biggest price gains:

McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) takes the lead with a 22% year-to-date gain, vs. the S&P 500's 1% advance. The stock is extended from a 101.98 buy point but is still in buy range from a 114.06 three-weeks-tight entry. Altria Group (NYSE:MO) has pulled back into buy range from a 55.76 buy point cleared Oct. 6 but is still up 17% for the year. GameStop (NYSE:GME) has endured volatile action lately. It sank 17% Nov. 13 following an NPD Group report that showed a 3% decline in October retail sales of video games in the U.S. Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) offers a quarterly payout of $1.02, or $4.08 for the year, for a 4.7% yield.

Source: Investors Business Daily

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