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|Subject: 9 Fool dividend stocks||Date: 11/8/2012 10:05 PM|
|Author: PuddinHead42||Number: 7621 of 10032|
From the Fool if you give them your e-mail address for one of their teasers.
With today's yields from Yahoo...
They each have what we Fools like to call a "moat," that is, a competitive advantage that allows them to consistently earn above-average returns. Their inclusion on the Dividend Aristocrat list shows their consistent dedication to returning cash to investors. And while it's tough to find businesses of this quality at bargain-basement prices, all trade at attractive valuations.
2 High Div:
NYB: 7.4% If you want dividend growth, you may want to look elsewhere -- New York Community Bancorp hasn't raised its dividend since 2005
Up and Comers
GHL 3.7% (GreenHill - investment bank)
OMI 3.0% Owens & Minor is a distributor of medical and surgical equipment, as well as a provider of outsourced logistics and inventory management services...Between 2000 and 2011, it grew earnings per share 187%. And the dividend? Owens & Minor has raised its dividend every year since 1997 and has more than doubled its payout since 2006.
They could all yield another 0.2% in a few days ;-)
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