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The "Aristocrats" - Stocks with 25 Years of Dividend Increases

Whenever the talk turns to dividends, the "aristocrats" often get a mention.

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They are the royalty of the S&P 500 when it comes to dividends. They are companies that for 25 years increased cash payments, based on ex-dividend dates from January 1 to December 31 of each year.

Here is the list provided by Standard and Poor's.

Symbol
Price
 
Change
%Change
XTG
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FISBX
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FORCX
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FORW RE LS
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MBN
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JRDN
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XOC1
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QRE
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CLX
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CTAS
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DOV
---
ECL
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ED
---
EMR
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FDO
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GPC
---
GWW
---
HRL
---
ITW
---
JNJ
---
KMB
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KO
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LEG
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LOW
---
MCD
---
MDT
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MHFI
---
MKC
---
MMM
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NUE
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PBI
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PEP
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PG
---
PPG
---
SHW
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SIAL
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SWK
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SYY
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T
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TGT
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TROW
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VFC
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WAG
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WMT
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XOM
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