Cincinnati Financial (CINF): Will Catastrophe Events Jeopardize Its Dividend?

Posted On January 18, 2017 6:23 pm

Insurance companies can make some of the best long-term dividend growth stocks. Cincinnati Financial, with 56 straight years of dividend growth under its belt, is among the most trusted insurance stocks in America. Yet 2016’s large number of expensive natural disasters has resulted in the market dumping shares on fears that it’s legendary dividend streak may be in peril. Find out whether or not the dividend is truly safe, and likely to keep growing over time.

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