The Midcap Dividend Stocks That Are Billionaires' Secret Weapon

AbbVie (ABBV)


This pharmaceutical business offers a 3.8% dividend yield and a history of dividend growth. AbbVie develops and commercialize innovative treatments in haematology, immunology, cancer, and virology.

American Tower (AMT)


This REIT operates wireless communication towers. Its 2.5% dividend yield has risen for 25 years. American Tower Corporation invests, develops, and maintains communications real estate.

Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)


Warren Buffett owns Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A). It has raised its dividend for 56 years and yields 1.2%. Berkshire Hathaway invests in utilities, railways, and insurance.

Ecolab (ECL)


This industrial cleaning products firm has grown its dividend for 39 years and yields 1.8%. Ecolab provides cleaning, sanitizing, and infection prevention worldwide.

Mastercard (MA)


This payments processing corporation has grown its dividend for 38 years and yields 0.7%. Mastercard processes credit, debit, and prepaid card transactions worldwide.

Phillips 66 (PSX)


This petroleum business has grown its dividend for 10 years and yields 2.7%. Phillips 66 manufactures and sells refined petroleum, chemicals, and natural gas.

Xerox (XRX)


This document management corporation has grown its dividend for eight years and yields 6.2%. Xerox offers document management software, hardware, and business process services.

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