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High Growth

High Growth

These stocks don’t always offer the highest dividend payout today, but they offer the strongest growth over time. These are a collection of healthy, rapidly growing businesses that will aim to increase their dividends year after year, decade after decade. These stocks will keep working for you, long after you have retired.

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By Jiayi Liang, Equity Analyst   Over the last fourteen decades,the S&P 500 dividend per share has increased significantly from...

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By Ryan James, Dividend Analyst Fellow   Both Target ($TGT) and Walmart ($WMT) have taken major drops that were once...

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