10 dividend stocks expected to rise up 22%



Some may say it's stupid to buy dividend stocks when interest rates rise. But companies that consistently rising dividends have a special charm for long-term purchase.
In fact, as you can see in the table below, companies that consistently increase their profits, outperformed the rest of the market over long periods of time. This suggests that it is worth to be owned, regardless of interest rates or economic environment.
You may be familiar with the index SPDAUDP, which is maintained by S & P and Dow Jones indices and consists of 50 companies in the index SPX, which have increased their dividends for at least 25 consecutive years. This is an achievement of which any company would be proud and it certainly forces the management teams to think twice before they cut their dividends. Since this is the only criterion, dividends are not too high. The idea is that the constant increase in profit may be associated with better long-term performance.

An easy way to invest in the whole index ETF NOBL.
The S & P 500 Dividend Aristocrats is doing better than the S & P 500, as it can see it on the table:


To expand our horizons, we are headed to the index SPHYDA, which is also supported by S & P and Dow Jones, and includes 106 shares the S & P 1500 Somposite index rose dividends of the shares for at least 20 consecutive years.
An easy way to invest in all highly lucrative index is ETF SDY.
But you can also consider individual stocks, especially if you want to choose a higher paying dividends to receive dividend income, instead of reinvesting.
So our first list of 10 shares, which are among the highest payers of dividends:


Here's what analysts think sales of these shares:


If you collect income from dividends without being reinvested, it will be criticized at all costs
It is interesting to see that analysts do not vote for these highly profitable stocks very high, since their estimates are based on price targets. Their "Buy" ratings were given for the shares that are expected to increase significantly over the next 12 months, which is a short period of time for long-term investors.
Here are the 10 high-income stocks by dividend yield, the majority is to "buy", which gives potential rise next year, based on analyst price targets.


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