5 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy on the Dip

One thing all investors can agree on is that markets fluctuate. Stock prices rise and fall for innumerable reasons. Another thing we can be sure of is that dividend-paying stocks have historically outperformed non-dividend stocks. Therefore, one of the best ways to capture market-beating returns is to invest in industry-leading companies with sustainable dividends during times when their respective stocks are trading down. Check out the presentation below to find out why companies like AT&T , General Electric , Chevron , Clorox , and Procter & Gamble  are all timely picks for income investors today.

Top dividend stocks for the next decade
The smartest investors know that dividend stocks simply crush their non-dividend-paying counterparts over the long term. That's beyond dispute. They also know that a well-constructed dividend portfolio creates wealth steadily, while still allowing you to sleep like a baby. Knowing how valuable such a portfolio might be, our top analysts put together a report on a group of high-yielding stocks that should be in any income investor's portfolio. To see our free report on these stocks, just click here now.


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