Like many other consumer-goods companies, Kimberly-Clark has raised its dividends for decades. Should you buy the stock now?
Colgate-Palmolive spends more on share buybacks than it does on dividends. This is a questionable policy, because of its lower dividend yield than many of its competitors, and a paltry dividend increase this year.
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With a long track record of rising dividends, the consumer goods giant has stood the test of time.
This company has delivered outstanding dividend growth for investors over the long term, but investment decisions must be based on future potential rather than past performance. Does Colgate-Palmolive have what it takes to make dividend investors smile in the years ahead?
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Rising input cost inflation, a strengthening U.S. dollar, and a lofty valuation could all have an effect on Kimberly-Clark's stock performance going forward.
Solid increases in sales and profits, reliable dividend growth, and a potential spinoff are all reasons that investors should be bullish on the consumer products company.
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