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Chevron, AT&T and General Electric are just a few of the top dividend stocks today that are trading below their 52-week high levels. This creates a buying opportunity for investors.

Chevron, AT&T and General Electric are just a few of the top dividend stocks today that are trading below their 52-week high levels. This creates a buying opportunity for investors.

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5 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy on the Dip Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 5 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy on the Dip
  • 2. 4 Reasons To Love Dividend Stocks  Historically, dividend stocks have outperformed non-dividend stocks.  Reliable dividend stocks can provide a steady income stream, despite market volatility.  Dividend stocks often have higher quality earnings.  Dividends can grow and compound over time – thus boosting shareholder returns.
  • 3. AT&T (NYSE: T) • AT&T pays an annual dividend of $1.84 per share. • The stock is trading around $34 a share today or more than 5% below its 52- week high. Dividend Yield: 5.23%
  • 4. Why AT&T? • AT&T is one of the leading companies in the telecom industry when it comes to profitability, with a net margin of 14.26%. • Over the past decade, the telecom giant has increased shareholder value by steadily raising its dividend (Chart on next slide). • AT&T has a dividend growth rate of 2.12% over the past 3-years, which is better than the industry average of just 1% during that time.
  • 5. AT&T’s Dividend Increase Over The Past 10-Years
  • 6. General Electric (NYSE: GE) • GE pays an annual dividend of $0.88 per share. • The stock is trading around $26 a share today or more than 5% below its 52- week high. Dividend Yield: 3.28%
  • 7. Why General Electric? • GE is a much stronger company than it was in early 2009 when it slashed quarterly dividends as much as 68%. • The conglomerate is successfully diversifying its revenue streams away from financial services and back into industrial operations. • GE boasts a dividend yield of 3.28%, which is above both the industry average and that of the S&P 500.
  • 8. Chevron (NYSE: CVX) • Chevron pays an annual dividend of $4.28 per share. • The stock is trading around $122 a share today or more than 4% below its 52-week high. Dividend Yield: 3.49%
  • 9. Why Chevron? • Chevron has increased its dividend payout every year since 1988 – earning it a spot as one of the Dow’s top dividend aristocrats today. • Chevron has a strong balance sheet, as it is one of the least leveraged companies in the oil and gas sector. • The company pays out just 35% of its profits in dividends today, which is reasonable given the huge amounts of capital required in this industry.
  • 10. Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) • P&G pays an annual dividend of $2.57 per share. • The stock is trading around $79 a share today or more than 7% below its 52- week high. Dividend Yield: 3.22%
  • 11. Why Procter & Gamble? • P&G is one of the most reliable dividends today, as the company has paid a dividend every year since its founding in 1890 (That’s 124 years of uninterrupted cash in shareholder’s pockets). • The conglomerate has increased its payout for the past 58 consecutive years. • As a market leader with 25 individual billion-dollar brands under its umbrella, Procter & Gamble should be able to continue raising its dividend for years to come.
  • 12. Clorox (NYSE: CLX) • Clorox pays an annual dividend of $2.96 per share. • The stock is trading around $88 a share today or more than 8% below its 52- week high. Dividend Yield: 3.34%
  • 13. Why Clorox? • Clorox raised its dividend 4.2% last month, while this isn’t a huge increase, it is a sustainable boost. • Clorox has a rich history of dividend growth, as it has raised its dividend payout every year since 1977. • The company is a market leader with popular brands like Glad, Hidden Valley, and its namesake Clorox products.
  • 14. Unlocking the Power of Dividends All of these stocks are currently trading below their 52-week highs. This makes them attractive bets for long-term income investors today. Moreover, each of these companies is a market leader in its respective industry, which means investors can expect compounding dividend growth for years to come.
  • 15. The Top Dividend Stocks for the Next Decade.