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10 Warren Buffett Stocks With the Fastest-Growing Dividends

Many investors are familiar with some of the iconic businesses Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) has held stakes in for many years, or even decades. From Coca-Cola (KO) to Wells Fargo (WFC), a lot of these dividend stocks have now reached a more mature stage in their lifecycle, providing predictable income, but far from stellar payout growth.

However, Berkshire Hathaway isn't just invested in sleepy blue chips. It also holds a group of dividend-paying stocks that have potential to continue raising their payouts at a fast clip going forward.

These companies tend to have lower payout ratios (the percentage of earnings paid out as dividends), faster long-term earnings growth and management teams who are committed to returning higher amounts of capital to shareholders each year.

Let's take a closer look at 10 Warren Buffett stocks with the fastest-growing dividends, many of which should continue rising at a double-digit pace.

Sirius XM Holdings

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Market value: $29.4 billion

Dividend yield: 0.70%

1-year dividend growth rate: 10%

Berkshire Hathaway acquired its stake in Sirius XM Holdings (SIRI, $6.54) during the fourth quarter of 2016. Interestingly, Sirius XM announced it would start paying its first regular dividend during that same quarter.

Despite the company's short track record paying dividends and its relatively low

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