5 Highest Dividend Yields Of The Dow Jones Industrial Average
By Dividendinvestr:One of the best places to look for dividend stocks is the blue chip companies that are in the DJIA. These are usually solid companies that are leaders in their industries and have usually lower risk than the rest of the market. All 30 companies comprising the index pay a dividend, with the average dividend yield for the index of 2.7% as of June 8, 2012, some 20 basis points higher than a year ago. Among the index components, only Procter & Gamble (PG) and 3M Corporation (MMM) have boosted their dividends each year for at least 50 years.Below is the overview of the five highest yielding stocks of The Dow Jones Industrial Average/The Dow 30 index.
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