If you're looking for a great dividend stock, a good place to start is with IBM (NYSE:MCD) and Boeing (NYSE:BA). Both of these stocks sport generous yields, are backed by rock-solid business models, and have increased their quarterly distributions consistently over the years.
When it comes to stocks like IBM and Boeing, in other words, the more difficult task is to choose between the two. I drew up the slideshow below with this in mind. It compares shares of IBM and Boeing based on three different dividend metrics: dividend yield, 10-year dividend growth, and the dividend payout ratio.
To learn more about these metrics and see how these companies stack up with respect to those characteristics, simply scroll through the brief slideshow below.
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