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Thursday, July 22, 2021

7 Best Financials Sector Dividend Stocks

In this article series, I present the top-ranked dividend growth stocks in each GICS sector. My watch list for candidates is Dividend Radar, a list of stocks trading on U.S. Exchanges with dividend increase streaks of at least five years. The list is updated and published every Friday and is available for download here. The latest edition (dated July 16, 2021) contains 762 stocks, 267 of which are in the Financials sector.

Sector diversification is one of the ways to mitigate portfolio risk. Investing in different sectors recognizes the fact that some sectors perform better than others in different economic conditions.

This article presents the seven top-ranked dividend growth stocks in the Financials sector.

The Financials sector includes all companies involved in finance, investing, and money management. This includes banks, credit card issuers, credit unions, insurance companies, and mortgage REITs (real estate investment trusts). Financials are an important barometer of the economy and their performance is closely monitored by investors at all stages of the economic and business cycles.

To see the seven top-ranked dividend growth stocks in the Financials sector, read this article at Four of these dividend growth stocks are trading at discounted valuations!

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