Not all dividends are made the same… Right now, the average S&P dividend yield hovers around 1.5%.
That’s great if you want to make money slowly.
But what most investors don’t know is that there's a way to reap a lot more income.
And you don’t have to sacrifice safety for much larger dividend payouts.
I’ll let you in on a little secret…
There is a select group of companies (that you’ve likely never heard of) that pay out dividends three, four, five, or even 10x higher than the S&P average.
I’m talking about safe dividend payouts of up to 16.7%!
You might be asking, how is a dividend that high safe?
Because thanks to an obscure Executive Order issued in 1960, this group of companies is required to distribute 90% of their taxable income to shareholders annually in the form of dividends. That’s right, they must legally pay you almost all of their income – sometimes every month.
You won’t hear about these under-the-radar stocks from the squawking heads on CNBC or Bloomberg. That’s because these companies don’t make money from headlines.
They don’t boom and bust from hype. These solid dividend giants go about their business quietly while delivering outsized payouts to their shareholders – by law.
Right now, I’ve targeted 3 of these companies, which according to my research, are undervalued, have the biggest profit potential, and have some recession-proof characteristics…
- The first company has been increasing dividends for 18 years straight and paying a stable 8% dividend to its investors even during the worst of the pandemic.
- The second company’s profitability is 110.3% higher than the industry average, and it sports a 7.8% dividend!
- And the third company has a five-year annualized dividend growth rate of 65.98% and yields triple what the average S&P 500 stock does.
Stop barely getting by on tiny dividend crumbs that blue chips serve you. Start feasting on juicy dividends right now – and for years to come.
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