2 Awesome Dow Dividends You Can Count On

One way to look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average is as a collection of some of the market's best dividend-paying stocks. In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos takes a look at two of the most impressive dividends within that already strong group: Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG  ) and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ  ) .

Demitrios discusses these companies' long histories of paying -- and boosting -- their dividends, as well as how important those payouts can be to overall returns. He also reviews projected future earnings to get a reading of whether the Dow giants can continue raising their dividends in the years ahead.

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Dividend stocks like these can make you rich. It's as simple as that. While they don't garner the notoriety of highflying growth stocks, they're also less likely to crash and burn. And over the long term, the compounding effect of their quarterly payouts, as well as their growth, adds up faster than most investors imagine. With this in mind, our analysts identified nine rock-solid dividend stocks in this free report. To discover the identities of these companies before the rest of the market catches on, you can download this valuable free report by simply clicking here now.


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