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Dividend Kings In Focus: Commerce Bancshares
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Dividend Kings In Focus: Commerce Bancshares

Updated on September 26th, 2022 by Nate Parsh The Dividend Kings are an exclusive group of dividend stocks that satisfy our most stringent criteria for dividend history. More specifically, each Dividend King has increased its dividend for a remarkable 50 consecutive years. You can see the full list of all 45 Dividend Kings here. We...

Dividend Aristocrats In Focus: Johnson & Johnson
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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus: Johnson & Johnson

Updated on September 21st, 2022 by Nate Parsh Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is a company that many investors are likely familiar with. J&J has been in operation for more than 130 years and has raised its dividend for 60 years in a row. It has one of the longest and most impressive histories of any...

Will Netflix Ever Pay A Dividend?
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Will Netflix Ever Pay A Dividend?

Updated on September 7th, 2022 by Nate Parsh Whether a company should pay a dividend depends on many factors. Thousands of publicly-traded companies pay dividends to shareholders, and some have maintained long histories of raising their dividends yearly. Companies don’t decide to begin paying a dividend in a vacuum. There are many issues to be considered...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Black Hills Corporation
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Black Hills Corporation

Published on August 4th, 2022 by Nathan Parsh The utility sector is often among the most recession-resistant because the products and services these companies provide, which includes gas, electricity, and water, are items people need for everyday life. This often provides for fairly stable and reliable results, which in turn allow for companies to return...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Black Hills Corporation
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Black Hills Corporation

Published on August 4th, 2022 by Nathan Parsh The utility sector is often among the most recession-resistant because the products and services these companies provide, which includes gas, electricity, and water, are items people need for everyday life. This often provides for fairly stable and reliable results, which in turn allow for companies to return...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Chesapeake Financial
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Chesapeake Financial

Published on August 1st, 2022 by Nathan Parsh We feel that blue chip stocks are those that should be the foundation of the investor’s portfolio. At Sure Dividend, we believe blue chip stocks are those names that have raised dividend payments to shareholders for at least a decade. This track record of dividend growth means...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Chesapeake Financial
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Chesapeake Financial

Published on August 1st, 2022 by Nathan Parsh We feel that blue chip stocks are those that should be the foundation of the investor’s portfolio. At Sure Dividend, we believe blue chip stocks are those names that have raised dividend payments to shareholders for at least a decade. This track record of dividend growth means...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Polaris Inc.
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Polaris Inc.

Published on July 31st, 2022 by Nathan Parsh The term “blue chip” can have a different definition to different investors. Typically, this term is applied to companies that meets a certain criteria, such as an industry leader. To us, a stock earns the title of blue chip when it has at least a decade of...

Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Polaris Inc.
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Blue Chip Stocks in Focus: Polaris Inc.

Published on July 31st, 2022 by Nathan Parsh The term “blue chip” can have a different definition to different investors. Typically, this term is applied to companies that meets a certain criteria, such as an industry leader. To us, a stock earns the title of blue chip when it has at least a decade of...

Blue Chip Stocks In Focus: Enterprise Bancorp, Inc.
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Blue Chip Stocks In Focus: Enterprise Bancorp, Inc.

Published on July 29th, 2022 by Nathan Parsh Investors are often best served by owning shares of high-quality companies that have been paying dividends for long periods of time. To us, the best stocks to own are blue chip stocks, which we believe are those names that have been paying dividends for at least 10...