Cramer's Top 5 Dividend Stocks
Retailer Target sports a 2 percent yield right now. It’s not a huge dividend, Cramer admitted, but the company has grown its payout by 11 percent annually since 1980.
Like rival Wal-Mart, Cramer thinks Target’s stock has moved too much lately. Both companies are benefiting from little European exposure, cheaper gas prices and lower food inflation. Cramer thinks Target is "best of breed," though.
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When this story was published, Cramer’s charitable trust owned Abbott Laboratories and Coca-Cola.
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