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📈 5 Companies with high quality and stable dividend yield!💸

Are you also thinking about stocks that will generate passive dividend income for decades? I've picked these 5 pieces!

For me, such a company must meet important criteria:

It offers products that people buy without hesitation, and on a regular basis.

It can withstand a recession, through any period.

It has a long history of earnings growth and a solid outlook for the future.

These stocks are called "Dividend kings." - Companies that have been paying and increasing dividends for at least 50 years. That means their success persists through recessions, wars, pandemics and other challenges.

Here are five I think are very interesting pieces, what are yours?

🥤Coca-Cola $KO

With more than 8 billion people in the world, it's likely that everyone has tasted a Coca-Colaproduct . Their wide range of beverages, global distribution network and history of consistent results make it a great long-term investment move. With a dividend payout ratio of 76% and a history of 61 years of regular dividend increases, Coca-Cola is an interesting investment choice. Buffett's $BRK-B owns 9.25% ofCoca-Cola stock and has acquired it regularly since 1988.

KO
$59.97 -$0.43 -0.71%
1 Day
+0.01%
5 Days
+3.03%
1 Month
+2.17%
6 Months
+1.46%
YTD
+2.22%
1 Year
+1.76%
5 Years
+36.07%
Max.
+23,149.18%
KO
$59.97 -$0.43 -0.71%
Target Price
72.57 (+21.01% Upside)

Procter & Gamble $PG-0.8%

Consumers can cut back on spending in tough times, but they can't stop buying everyday goods. Procter & Gamble with its extensive portfolio of household brands is therefore an ideal choice for long-term growth. Procter & Gamble, s 67 years regular dividend increases, offers a stable investment opportunity.

PG
$158.73 -$1.32 -0.82%
1 Day
+0.01%
5 Days
+2.24%
1 Month
+4.27%
6 Months
+4.77%
YTD
+7.95%
1 Year
+14.64%
5 Years
+61.25%
Max.
+11,127.97%
PG
$158.73 -$1.32 -0.82%
Target Price
148.69 (-6.33% Downside)

🧃PepsiCo $PEP-0.3%

While it doesn't have the beverage dominance of Coca-Cola, PepsiCo excels in the world of salty snacks and other foods. This gives it resilience and stability, a key element for long-term success. With more than 50 years of regular dividend increases and a balance sheet with $10 billion in cash, it provides investors with peace of mind and stability.

PEP

PepsiCo

PEP
$165.34 -$0.42 -0.26%
1 Day
+0%
5 Days
+0.62%
1 Month
+0.36%
6 Months
-5.54%
YTD
-2.7%
1 Year
-4.57%
5 Years
+44.97%
Max.
+10,415.62%
PEP

PepsiCo

PEP
$165.34 -$0.42 -0.26%
Target Price
180.87 (+9.39% Upside)

🛠️ Lowe's $LOW

Homes require constant maintenance and upgrades, and Lowe'sthe second largest retailer in the country, supplies the materials and tools needed. With its extensive product line and online services, it's poised for future growth and already a nice 61 years increasing the dividend.

LOW
$240.63 $1.83 +0.77%
1 Day
+0.01%
5 Days
+1.43%
1 Month
+7.48%
6 Months
+1.46%
YTD
+5.42%
1 Year
+14%
5 Years
+119.51%
Max.
+49,489.11%
LOW
$240.63 $1.83 +0.77%
Target Price
244.17 (+1.47% Upside)

🦷Colgate-Palmolive $CL-0.3%

The company with a well-known brand of toothpaste but also other hygiene accessories is a world leader, which is reflected in their steady and recurring sales. S 60 years of dividend growth, it's a reliable choice for anyone looking for stability and predictability. With a payout ratio 57 % it offers investors a stable yield and the potential for long-term dividend growth.

CL
$86.51 -$0.30 -0.35%
1 Day
+0%
5 Days
+2.7%
1 Month
+5.64%
6 Months
+16.99%
YTD
+6.54%
1 Year
+16.75%
5 Years
+29.28%
Max.
+4,200%
CL
$86.51 -$0.30 -0.35%
Target Price
85.31 (-1.39% Downside)

What do you think of these five stocks?


Nicely written👍. I only have PEP in my portfolio and it's enough for now.

Thanks a lot!

I have some of them :) and I'm thinking about adding $LOW+0.8% but I don't know much about them yet

That's good, we also talked about PKN Orlen, which I think is also a very good dividend company.

That one is great too and then some Czech ones:)