Here we'll discuss the remaining two of the four Dividend Champions that, if all goes well, will soon become Kings.
Philip Morris International has paid rising dividends every year since its initial public offering in 2008, which occurred right in the middle of the Great Recession.
Black-market vaping has made the entire cannabis group toxic.
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All kinds of government entities will be lining up against Juul Labs, lawsuits with big awards are coming and who knows what else as MO is in a downtrend with $35 as the next price target.
BTI's dividend yield has flared to 7% as the stock price has dipped about 30% recently -- a drag for existing shareholders but a burning opportunity for new investors.
Analysts say nation will turn a new leaf, changing federal law within a few years, as cannabis industry expected to grow big time over next decade.
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While the two tobacco giants have similar yields, both also have very different businesses, with different growth potential in the years ahead.