Dec 14, 2016
Learn which companies have been paying rising dividends for 25 straight years.
Many people are looking for higher interest rates because bonds are paying low interest rates, for example, .88% on a 1 year Treasury bill and 2.4% for 10 year Treasuries.
To help you find some substitutes for bonds, I’m sharing dividend paying stocks with you. They are companies that have steadily and consistently raised their dividends for 25 straight years, which is an indication of excellent and consistent cash flow.
You may also want to look at corporate bonds - high quality, not junk bonds.
This is a report from Investor’s Business Daily of the S & P 500 Dividend Aristocrats index.
Statistics are on my website at www.lindapjones.com. Podcast 215.
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