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Procter & Gamble has been paying dividends for 122 years, and it's raised its dividend payout for the past 56 consecutive years. Its yield stacks up very well with the average for the Dow Jones Industrials, and it's probably fair to say that this is one of the safer dividends around. The company is super strong, and John thinks it will outperform the market over the next five years or so. Its incredible product portfolio combined with its global reach makes this both an income and a capital gains play.
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