Top 100 Dividend Stocks – March 2013 Edition

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Date posted: 03.01.2013 (3:00 am) | Write a Comment  (1 Comment)

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55Dividend investing is a huge part of my investment strategy. As I’ve mentioned in my now monthly passive income updates, receiving dividend income from my both my Ultimate Sustainable Dividend portfolio and my ETF portfolio is a primary driver of how my retirement will be like a few decades from now:)

I usually give out good readings on Friday’s but today I ‘m going for something else. Also, in general when I post these rankings, I use the top dividend stocks from the S&P500 but this time around I decided to include smaller stocks by using the Russel 3000 as a starting point. I then filtered mostly by dividend yield and got to what I’m publishing today. As you can imagine it gave me some interesting names. Just as a starting point, 6 names made my 7-7-7 rule…! Here they are:

Omega Healthcare Investors Inc (OHI) – REITS-Health Care
First Financial Bancorp (FFBC) – Commer Banks-Central US
Universal Insurance Holdings Inc (UVE) – Property/Casualty Ins
Geo Group Inc/The (GEO) – REITS-Diversified
International Shipholding Corp (ISH) – Transport-Marine
Intersections Inc (INTX) – Commercial Services

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I will be doing further research on these 6 names in next week’s newsletter, you can join for free here:

In the meantime, here is the list!

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  1. Comment by macmall free shipping — May 5, 2013 @ 11:39 pm

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