Dividends4Life: Love Dividends? Here Are 2 Stocks You Might Want to Buy

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Dividends are a key feature of my investment approach. They not only provide a return on my investment (without the need to sell my stock holdings), but they also give me an indication of when it might be a good time to step in and buy a new stock or add to an existing position.

Here are two dividend stocks I own that I think you might want to buy right now: International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) and ExxonMobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM). There are a lot of reasons to dislike technology giant IBM right now. The most notable is the company's 21 consecutive quarters of declining revenue. But here's the thing: IBM is one of the largest technology companies in the world. It takes time to turn a giant ship. The next big name that I think is worth a deep dive is integrated oil and natural gas giant ExxonMobil. The yield is around 4% today. Like IBM, that's toward the high end of Exxon's historical yield range.

Source: Motley Fool

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