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It's time to buy these abnormally cheap dividend aristocrats, Credit Suisse says

An employee serves food at McDonald's Holdings Co. Japan Ltd.'s restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017. McDonalds Japan stock closed at an all-time high Sept. 11 as part of a 62 percent increase this year.
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Credit Suisse is divulging a dividend strategy with cheap stocks that historically outperform the broader market.

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