Investors should look for companies with strong balance sheets, high cash flow, and low debt and interest payments. Javier Ghersi/Getty Images
A key consideration before buying dividend stocks is whether they can produce long-term returns.
Morningstar’s David Harrell recommends looking for companies with strong competitive advantages in their sectors.
This increases the likelihood that they can continue paying dividends and even increase their returns. Here he names ten stocks.
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