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The 3 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy Are “Pandemic-Proof”

As we see selling coming back into the stock market this week, there will be a lot of speculation about what stocks to buy as prices decline.

Overthinking things and trying to get too fancy is one of the greatest mistakes investors can make.

In bad markets, the key to getting rich during the inevitable recovery is to buy great companies at steep discounts.

Finding great companies is easy.

Assembling a list of "dividend aristocrats" that have grown their dividends for at least 25 consecutive ways is one of the best places to start.

Once we have that list, I'm targeting businesses with high yields that can survive the pandemic and thrive when the economy regains healthy footing.

Here are my top 3 "pandemic proof" dividend stocks to buy today...


This Blue-Chip 5G Stock Just Doubled Its Expansion Plan

If you're anything like me, you've heard just about everything there is to know about 5G by now.

Don't get me wrong; the 5G story is huge.

Probably the most significant technological innovation to come to America – and the world – in our lifetimes thus far.

The breakthroughs it could bring and sectors it could revolutionize have been covered for years by my colleague, Money Morning Defense + Tech Specialist Michael Robinson.

But, while 2019 was certainly an exciting year for wireless technology, after an announcement made by one of 5G's biggest players two weeks ago, I am even more excited for the future of this technology – and you should be, too.



This 5G REIT Is the Key to the $1.3 Trillion Rollout

5G is the most important tech development of the new decade.

And like any other technological breakthrough, it's an opportunity to cash in.

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) released a study on 5G in 2017 showing it could create as much as $1.3 trillion in extra revenue for companies by 2026.

This 5G REIT is going to be the backbone of the 5G expansion, and it pays shareholders a handsome dividend...


The Top Dividend Stocks to Own This Week

While the House vote on Trump impeachment is driving headlines today, a Senate vote is still extremely unlikely to pass.

More meaningful news comes out of the United Kingdom, and it’s drawing our attention to the top dividend stocks this week.

The Bank of England held interest rates in place during its recent policy meeting.

Facing the departure of the U.K. from the European Union, the BoE released a weak economic outlook for the nation's economy.

Its decision to keep interest rates steady falls in line with the number of other central banks that will maintain lower interest rates to bolster economic growth.



Why Microsoft Could Dethrone Amazon in the Cloud War

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) just won a coveted $10 billion, 10-year Department of Defense contract.

But there's an even bigger catalyst on the horizon for Microsoft's cloud network.

Of course, this contract is a huge win for Microsoft's Azure cloud over rival Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN).

It elevates their server to greater dominance in the cloud war.