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2 Dividend Stocks for the Long Haul

By Daniel Sparks and Erin Miller - Apr 21, 2013 at 9:25AM

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For the patient income investor, here are two market leaders that could pay out some sweet cash over the next five years.

When it comes to long-term income investing, the name of the game boils down to finding solid, enduring investments with plenty of cash to pay out. Wells Fargo (WFC -1.45%) and Apple (AAPL -2.64%), two leaders in their respective industries, both look like great long-term bets for income investors.

In the following video, Fool contributor Daniel Sparks explains to Fool.com's Erin Miller why these are solid bets for income.

 

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Apple Inc. Stock Quote
Apple Inc.
AAPL
$139.33 (-2.64%) $-3.78
Wells Fargo & Company Stock Quote
Wells Fargo & Company
WFC
$43.19 (-1.45%) $0.64

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