There are signs that the great dividend feast that began with the lowering of taxes on shareholder payments in 2003 may be winding down.

However, advisers who know where to look can still find some attractive stocks that may pay off for their clients. Those would likely be found among companies that have a history of regular dividend increases. In light of a recent slowdown in dividend activity, these companies may prove to be one of the most attractive alternatives for investors.

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