What Makes Coca-Cola a Top Dow Dividend Stock?

Dividends can make you rich, and Coca-Cola is one of the healthiest dividend payers on the Dow Jones Industrial Average .

But Coke's 2.9% yield is not dramatically stronger than the 2.6% Dow average or the 2.8% you'll find at archrival PepsiCo . So what sets Coca-Cola's dividend apart from Pepsi or from other Dow stocks? In the video below, Fool analyst Anders Bylund explains why Coca-Cola's dividend ranks among the best of the best.


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