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In this edition of the Fool's popular "1 Dividend to Buy, 1 Dividend to Sell" series, Andrew and Brendan take a look at two of the market's most interesting dividend stocks -- one whose prospects they like and one they think investors should avoid. Today, Brendan puts industrial heavyweight GE under the microscope. One the flipside, Andrew explains why, despite being substantially higher than the market average, Finish handset maker Nokia's dividend raises some red flags for him.

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