Blue chip stocks are the big boys on wall street.
While there isn’t a single definition for blue chip stocks, they are usually higher market cap, stable, dividend paying companies with strong free cash flow. These companies have dependable, long-term earnings per share, high yields, and dominate their industry with a large market share.
Their market share, history and ability to take advantage of economies of scale, usually means they benefit from holding the pricing power in their industries. You’ll notice that these companies typically have better profit margins, lower risk of bankruptcy, and lower cost of capital than their competitors.
Because of these characteristics, investors are eager to find and invest in awesome blue chip stocks.
Using the DiscoverCI Stock Screener, we scan the stock market for the top blue chip dividend stocks meeting the following criteria:
Companies meeting our criteria are stable, well-capitalized companies with high market caps, strong dividends and reasonable payout ratios.
The list is sorted by dividend yield from high to low. Below are the 67 best blue chip dividend stocks to buy in 2019.
We update this list daily. Last updated: June 20th, 2019
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