25 Dividend Aristocrats with double digit gains in 2017

25 Dividend Aristocrats with double digit gains in 2017
The average Dividend Aristocrat is doing nicely in 2017 with a year-to-date gain of 8.2% as of July 6, 2017 (based on Total Returns).

C.R. Bard (BCR) is the biggest gainer this year, Target is the worst performer of all 52 Aristocrats.

Below you can find the most recent Dividend Aristocrats update, with the biggest gainers and losers in 2017 based on Total Returns.

The currently highest yielding Dividend Aristocrats are the usual suspects like AT&T, Chevron, Exxon Mobil and AbbVie. Another high yielding Aristocrat is Target, this year's worst performer with a 27.3% loss, translating into an estimated 4.8 percent dividend yield.

C.R. Bard offers the lowest yield with just 0.3% and also happens to be the best performing Dividend Aristocrat following a buyout offer by Becton Dickinson earlier this year.

We also listed the ex-dividend dates below, with AbbVie, Abbott, Hormel and Colgate being the next couple of Dividend Aristocrats to trade ex-dividend.

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2017 Dividend Aristocrats
All 52 Dividend Aristocrats (click for bigger version)

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