There are few businesses in the United States that are as profitable as Intel and JPMorgan Chase . But while both have proven to be long-term winners in terms of total shareholder returns, the dynamics of their quarterly dividends are far from identical.
I address this in the slideshow below, which examines how shares of Intel and JPMorgan Chase compare to each other based on the three most important dividend metrics: dividend yield, growth, and the payout ratio. These are both excellent stocks, but as you'll see, one is a clear winner over the other when it comes to dividends.
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To learn more about these metrics and to see how Intel and JPMorgan Chase stack up with respect to them, simply scroll through the brief slideshow below.
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