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The Top 3 Defensive Dividend Aristocrats

Posted by D4L | Sunday, September 15, 2019 | | 0 comments »

These three dividend aristocrats have beaten the market during the three most recent pullbacks. They've also outperformed in 2019. There are also three high yield trades for them with breakevens below their average target prices. We found three of these stocks which have performed the best during the past three market pullbacks. Not surprisingly, they're all household names, non-cyclical companies which do better than most others during a recession.

McCormick (MKC) doesn't produce the kind of herb that's grabbing lots of headlines lately, but rather, it sells those little containers of spices that you may find yourself weeding through at your local supermarket, the next time you find a recipe that calls for smoked paprika. It's the smallest large cap of the group, at $21.8B, and has been around since 1889. Procter & Gamble (PG), has the largest market cap of the trio, at $308.6B, and is also the oldest. They've been helping consumers get clean with their soaps and potions since 1837. McDonald's (MCD), with a $171B market cap, is the newcomer of the group - they started slinging burgers in 1940, just over a century after P&G was founded.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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