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If You Bought 100 Shares of Johnson & Johnson 10 Years Ago, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

If You Bought 100 Shares of Johnson & Johnson 10 Years Ago, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

The stability of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) has attracted investors for a long time. The healthcare company with more than 140,000 employees is a Dividend King that has raised its quarterly dividend annually for 60 consecutive years, including a 6.6% bump this year to $1.13 per share, resulting in a yield of about 2.58%. The company has built-in diversity because it is so large and operates in three segments: pharmaceuticals, medtech, and consumer healthcare.