Performance Of Low Volatility Dividend Aristocrats

We recently covered the 15 lowest volatility Dividend Aristocrats on Sure Dividend

The website Buy Upside just calculated the historical performance of the 15 lowest volatility Dividend Aristocrats over the last decade.

You can see that analysis here.

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Yes, there is hindsight bias involved.  The Top 15 lowest volatility Dividend Aristocrats a decade ago weren’t the same as today…  But many are.  It’s hard to imagine companies like Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and Consolidated Edison (ED) not being low volatility Dividend Aristocrats a decade from now.

Volatility (the lower the better) is one of the ranking factors used in The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing.

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Thanks,

Ben Reynolds

Sure Dividend