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Union Pacific: All Aboard The Dividend Train

Aug. 02, 2021 9:58 PM ETUnion Pacific Corporation (UNP)14 Comments
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  • Union Pacific is a Dividend Contender with 15 consecutive years of dividend growth.  Shares currently yield 1.96%.
  • The company is a wide moat business with a vast rail network that would be hard to duplicate.
  • Buybacks aren't likely to be as prolific as they were over the last decade as leverage on the balance sheet has risen.
  • Union Pacific is attractively valued with a high likelihood of 10% annual returns.
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Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP) needs little introduction with their vast rail network consisting of 32K route miles, 26K of which are owned by Union Pacific. Their moat is built on those existing rail networks that would be near impossible without a

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