Dividends4Life: 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Wealthy Investors Should Buy

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Dividend-paying stocks have been shown to outperform their non-dividend paying peers and that's made dividend paying stocks a key holding for wealthy investors looking to maximize returns in their portfolios. However, not all dividend-paying stocks are worth owning in portfolios, and for that reason, we asked some of our top Motley Fool contributors what high dividend-paying companies might be perfect for wealthy investors' investment accounts. Read on to find out which three companies make the most sense to buy.

Diversifying risk across more stocks is a big benefit of a supersized portfolio, because it allows wealthy investors to own some riskier high dividend payers, such as AbbVie (ABBV), alongside their steady-eddy stalwarts. This pick will surprise anybody who has read a Caterpillar (CAT) article by me over the past two years. That said, if you're a wealthy investor who can hold on to stocks for the long-term despite current headwinds, Caterpillar's dividend yield of about 4% and consistent dividend raises make it a valuable option. Retail Opportunity Investments (ROIC) focuses on buying and revitalizing grocery-anchored shopping centers in the western United States, primarily in densely populated, middle- to upper-class neighborhoods.

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