The Kiplinger Dividend 15 Is On a Roll

The , our favorite stocks for dividend income, have bounced back nicely from the 2018 correction. The 15 stocks have an average dividend yield of 3.7%, compared with 2.0% for Standard & Poor's 500-stock index. Since we last visited the Dividend 15 in our December issue, the stocks have returned an average 4.9%, while

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