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Clorox Dividend Stock Analysis (CLX)

Clorox has significant competitive advantages including strong brands, economies of scale, outstanding management, an adapting product line, and barriers to entry. Economies of scale allow Clorox to keep margins above average. Profitable long term relationships with retailers translates into loyalty and prime shelf space that makes it harder for competitors to grab market share.

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Target Dividend Stock Analysis (TGT)

Target has a well-known brand, convenient well-established locations and large economies of scale. The company is focusing on its U.S. business after an unsuccessful attempt at moving into Canada.

Target is the second largest discount retailer in the United States (Wal-Mart is #1). The company has 1800 locations and 74 billion in revenues. It is in business to offer everyday essentials one-stop shopping at discount prices.

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McDonald’s Dividend Stock Analysis (MCD)

McDonald’s is the largest food service retailer in the world with over 36,000 locations that serve 69 million customers in 119 countries each day.

McDonalds powerful brand and size (which provides economies of scale) provide competitive advantages. McDonald’s has enjoyed world wide success because of its franchisee system (local entrepreneur ownership), a uniform value priced menu of iconic choices, and corporate management that has generally provided a platform for success.

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Hormel Foods Dividend Stock Analysis (HRL)

Meet the newest Dividend King: Hormel Foods (HRL). The Hormel Foods dividend has been paid every year since 1928 and increased for 50 consecutive years.

Hormel Foods has the management expertise and balance sheet to grow the company organically and through acquisitions. The company has built a portfolio of strong brands in a mixture of segments.

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Home Depot Dividend Stock Analysis (HD)

Home Depot is benefiting from a robust housing market and its extensive improvements in their merchandising and distribution system. The company’s capital allocations have been used to increase shareholder value through rising dividends, stock buybacks, and capital investments.

Home Depot has sustainable competitive advantage because of its size. It is a low cost provider with significant bargaining power with its suppliers and vendors. The company is investing in technologies …..

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