Tupperware might not be the perfect stock to investors, being a mundane, container manufacturing company. But even so, many of you should have heard of this famous brand before, one way or another, with its history going back to the World War II era.
In addition, with a fifth consecutive year of dividend increases and a yield above 3%, Tupperware (NYSE:TUP) has recently entered "dividend stock" territory, satisfying my buying guidelines for dividend stocks into my portfolio. In this article, I will elaborate upon why Tupperware, possessing a stable business, having a well-known brand, paying enticing dividends and experiencing fast growth, will prove to be a great investment choice for the long term.
Founded in 1946, Tupperware...
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