13 Ultimate Dividend Stocks

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13 Ultimate Dividend Stocks

Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED)

  • Current Yield: 3.9%
  • Dividends Since: 1885
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 38
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 55.5 cents vs. 60.5 cents (9% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 180% vs. 82% for S&P

Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG)

  • Current Yield: 3.6%
  • Dividends Since: 1891
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 56
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 38 cents vs. 56.2 cents (48% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 94% vs. 82% for S&P

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO)

  • Current Yield: 2.6%
  • Dividends Since: 1893
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 50
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 20 cents vs. 51 cents (155% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 96% vs. 82% for S&P

3M (NYSE:MMM)

  • Current Yield: 2.7%
  • Dividends Since: 1916
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 54
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 31 cents vs.59 cents (90% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 82% vs. 82% for S&P

Bemis (NYSE:BMS)

  • Current Yield: 3.3%
  • Dividends Since: 1916
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 29
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 13 cents vs. 25 cents (92% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 78% vs. 82% for S&P

Abbott Labs (NYSE:ABT)

  • Current Yield: 3.1%
  • Dividends Since: 1926
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 40
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 21 cents vs. 51 cents (143% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 178% vs. 82% for S&P

Archer Daniels Midland (NYSE:ADM)

  • Current Yield: 2.6%
  • Dividends Since: 1928
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 36
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 5 cents vs. 17.5 (250% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 139 vs. 82% for S&P

Illinois Tool Works (NYSE:ITW)

  • Current Yield: 2.9%
  • Dividends Since: 1933
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 49
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 22 cents vs. 36 cents (64% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 90% vs. 82% for S&P

Kimberly Clark (NYSE:KMB)

  • Current Yield: 3.5%
  • Dividends Since: 1935
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 40
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 30 cents vs. 74 cents (147% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 109% vs. 82% for S&P

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ)

  • Current Yield: 3.6%
  • Dividends Since: 1944
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 50
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 18 cents vs. 61 cents (239% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 74%x vs. 82% for S&P

Emerson Electric (NYSE:EMR)

  • Current Yield: 3.6%
  • Dividends Since: 1947
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 55
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 19.4 cents (adjusted for split) vs. 40 cents (106% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 127% vs. 82% for S&P

Genuine Parts (NYSE:GPC)

  • Current Yield: 3.3%
  • Dividends Since: 1948
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 56
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 29 cents vs. 49.5 cents (71% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 182% vs. 82% for S&P

PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP)

  • Current Yield: 3.1%
  • Dividends Since: 1952
  • Consecutive Annual Increases: 40
  • Quarterly Dividend in 2002 vs. 2012: 14.5 cents vs. 53.75 cents (271% higher)
  • 10-year Return Including Dividends: 109% vs. 82% for S&P

Jeff Reeves is the editor of InvestorPlace.com and the author of “The Frugal Investor’s Guide to Finding Great Stocks.” Write him at editor@investorplace.com or follow him on Twitter via @JeffReevesIP. As of this writing he did not own a position in any of the stocks named here.


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