Dividends4Life: The Five Best Dividend Stocks For 2016

The Five Best Dividend Stocks For 2016

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, December 30, 2015 | | 1 comments »

I try to look for stocks that I believe will be solid performers in the long-term, and then set up dividend reinvestment plans and all those positions to grow. This is not to say you should simply buy and forget about these stocks. You still need to be vigilant and stay on top of any position in your account, but solid companies with established dividend programs tend to be a little more stable than the overall market, and are often times positions that you can hold long-term.

This week I want to take a minute to look at my five favorite dividend stocks. Some have higher yields than others, but all have solid underlying businesses and each has the potential to be a stock you could hold for a lifetime: Aflac Incorporated (AFL), HCP Inc (HCP), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), McDonald's Corp (MCD) and Wells Fargo & Company (WFC).

Source: Market Intelligence Center

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  1. Dividend for Starters // December 31, 2015 at 6:53 AM

    Hey D4L,

    Great companies! I'm very happy to say I own all of them, except HCP. Despite the fact I am just a starter (hence the name..), it feels good to own a very small portion of such amazing performing companies.

    Thanks for your thoughts.
    Best wishes, DfS

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