Diary of a Dividend Diva: LTD

Today let's look at my single best dividend idea. As longtime readers will know, the Dividend Diva rotates through various sectors, collecting the dividends of each major payer along the way. Occasionally I will hold onto a name rather than rotate out, usually when the yield is sufficiently high and the capital gains prospects are strong.

One name that I have held for two years -- and yet am still bullish on -- is Limited Brands (LTD). You are probably aware of Limited's business, selling underwear and soaps under the Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works brands, among others. The company operates more than 3200 specialty stores around the world. I cannot think of a stock that better embodies all the characteristics I look for in a great long-term investment....223 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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