Dividends4Life: 8 High-Quality, High-Dividend Stocks to Buy for Q2

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While the market looks like it’s going to end the first calendar quarter of 2016 with a gain, it’s also pretty clear a valuation headwind is starting to blow again. As such, investors looking to for stock-price appreciation are going to find little worth owning at this time. The smart-money move right now headed into the second quarter is seeking out high-dividend stocks to generate income and avoid the struggle growth stocks are apt to find in a low-growth environment. But which high-dividend stocks are the best ones to own?

There are several quality names out there, but these eight — which range in yields from 3% to nearly 7% — should be at the top of any list of high-dividend stocks to consider before we get too deep into Q2, and too deep into a lethargic time of year. Here they are, in order of yield: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT), Wells Fargo & Co (WFC), AbbVie Inc (ABBV), Weyerhaeuser Co (WY), Ford Motor Company (F), AT&T Inc. (T), Monmouth R.E. Inv. Corp. (MNR), British American Tobacco PLC (ADR).

Source: InvestorPlace

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