Dividends4Life: Best Dividend Stocks: These 3 Big Payers Share This Key Trait

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Here's a key trait for investors seeking steady dividend stocks to consider: How stable is the company's earnings track record? After all, dividends are paid out of a company's profits. So it makes sense that companies that are consistently profitable would be able to pay steadier — and perhaps even increasing — dividends. With that in mind, here are three stocks on the Dividend Leaders list with the most stable earnings and a market-beating yield...

Kimberly-Clark (KMB) has an annualized yield of 3.5%, roughly double the S&P 500's 1.74% average payout. Coca-Cola (KO) has seen flat or slight profit declines the past three years. Its annualized yield is 3.4%. Relatively speaking, Toronto Dominion (TD) has shown better price action than the other two dividend stocks this year, with a 4% gain. The Canadian bank has an annualized yield of 3.4%.

Source: Investors.com

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