10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Next 10 Months

With multiple potential traps clouding the markets, all investors can benefit from this diverse list of dividend stocks



After a disappointing final quarter in 2018, investors have looked to the new year for a fresh start. So far, we’ve witnessed robust movements, with the benchmark Dow Jones Industrial Average climbing more than 9% since the beginning of January. Yet slow trades following the State of the Union Address proves one thing: dividend stocks are still relevant.

As someone who appreciates the speculative components of the markets, I know exactly what you’re thinking. Over the past few years and prior to the October meltdown, equities represented tremendous growth potential. At the height of the bull market, even the vanilla exchange-traded fund SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) enticed onlookers.

But right now, I can confidently state that the best stocks are dividend stocks. True, the Dow has clawed back most of its October losses. However, it has so far alarmingly failed to eclipse prior highs. In other words, the index is charting a bearish trend channel.

Moreover, I’m not sure how economic and geopolitical events will play out. As I write this, Washington hosts furious debates about border security. Without an agreement, the nation could suffer another embarrassing and painful government shutdown.

Also, President Trump has high-stake talks or negotiations coming up with China and North Korea. Both have significant implications for our economy, foreign policy and national interests. A victory here is absolutely crucial for the administration.




Given this framework, I’m placing my bets on dividend stocks. Below, I’ve listed out top companies to consider based on their risk/reward structure: three of each of reliable, reasonable and risky names. To top it off, I’ve added a super-risky dividend stock to invest in.

Without further hesitation, here are my picks for the ten best dividend stocks to buy for the next ten months:



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