Published Thu, 17 Jun 2010 10:35:05 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Most Dividend Aristocrats (with a minimum of 25 consecutive annual dividend increases) are not in the Dow. Below are 12 of the remaining 36 companies, diverse companies which are typically expanding in foreign markets with enormous potential because of large populations. Like Dow Dividend Aristocrats, they have strong financials with excellent long term records. Most have been operating for a century or longer. When yields on short term investments are minimal, these stocks with greater yields are attractive investments.... Read more
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