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PepsiCo has fallen flat, but it will bubble up again.
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JNJ should survive a recession and prove in demand in a health crisis.
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Target has no international sales exposure and a solid history of performance -- and dividend hikes.
Even high-quality blue chip stock Home Depot is not immune to the recent sell-off, but its fundamentals are solid and dividend growing.
Genuine Parts, parent of the NAPA auto parts chain, is down amid the market selloff, which makes it a bargain for dividend growth investors.