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10 Dividend Stocks You Should Have Bought Wednesday

Warren Buffett amassed a big stake in one of 10 dividend stocks TheStreet listed as good opportunities during last week's wild trading week. Which one?

2 Industry-Leader Stocks That Prosper During Recessions and Have 3%+ Dividend Yields

As the global economy becomes increasingly unstable, turn to Wal-Mart and McDonald's.

10 High-Quality Dividend Stocks Down 10% or More to Buy Now

The stock-market plunge has created an opportunity to buy high-quality businesses at bargain prices. See 10 of the highest-quality businesses on sale now.

AbbVie or Baxalta: Which Is the Better Biopharma Investment Today?

AbbVie and Baxalta have many similarities. Here are the key differences that make one a better investment than the other.

Wal-Mart’s Recent Results Are Disappointing – Here’s What to Do Next

Wal-Mart recently released its second quarter results. The company saw its constant currency operating income fall 7.2% due to higher wages and shrinkage, among other issues.

General Mills Has 116 Years of Dividend History -- and Still Growing

General Mills has paid dividends for 116 years. The company offers investors stability and double-digit expected total returns.

How to Profit From Low Oil Prices Now With Phillips 66

Phillips 66 stock has stagnated -- despite a 16% rise in adjusted earnings over the last year. See how to profit from low oil prices now with Phillips 66.

Southern Co. Offers Stability and Safety With a 4.7% Dividend

The S&P 500 dividend yield is 2%. The global economy is unstable. This high-quality utility business offers investors high yield and safety.

How Did Aflac Stock Become so Undervalued? Buy Now for 7% Shareholder Yield

Aflac stock is trading at a deep discount to the S&P 500 due to fears about the Japanese economy.

Johnson & Johnson Offers High Returns and Stability for a Bargain

Johnson & Johnson appears undervalued compared to the S&P 500. The company is perhaps the most stable in the S&P 500.

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