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10 Dividend Stocks That Make the Grade

Posted by D4L | Sunday, December 02, 2018 | | 0 comments »

Now, we’re in a strong economy, so that next wave is never usually far behind. But all the same, having solid, long-term stocks that will continue to throw off inflation-beating dividends makes growth stocks’ volatility a lot easier to manage. What’s more, it gives you exposure to sectors worth your attention but not on growth investors’ radar. The 10 dividend stocks that make the grade are below. My Portfolio Grader has earmarked these stocks as great choices right now...

Stage Stores Inc (NYSE:SSI) might not be a household name, but some of the retailers it owns might be: Bealls, Goody’s, Palais Royal, Peebles and Stage. Gannett (NYSE:GCI) is a major media company that is most famous for its national newspaper USA TODAY. STAG Industrial Inc (NYSE:STAG) is the first of a number of firms structured as real estate investment trusts (REITs) featured here. BP Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:BPMP) is a limited partnership spinoff from parent company, integrated oil firm BP (NYSE:BP). Life Storage (NYSE:LSI) began in the self-storage business in Florida in 1985 and is now one of the largest in the US. Realty Income Corp (NYSE:O) is a REIT that is all about generating income for its shareholders. Simon Property Group (NYSE:SPG) is the largest REIT in the world and the largest shopping mall operator. CubeSmart (NYSE:CUBE) is a self-storage company that is structured as a REIT. Macy’s (M) is one of those legacy department store retailers that seemingly had everything going against it just a couple years ago. AMC Entertainment Holding (NYSE:AMC) has been around for nearly 90 years.

Source: InvestorPlace

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