- The Dow Jones Industrial Average consists of 30 blue-chip stocks.
- For dividend investors, this is an interesting list, since 27 of the 30 companies pay a dividend.
- The ranking of the top-5 Dow Stocks to buy today is based on expected annual returns as indicated by Wallstreet’s analysts.
- These stocks could represent attractive long-term buys for dividend investors.
All five stocks have an upside potential of over 20% and show a significant underperformance compared to the 21.05% year-to-date performance of the DJIA index as you can see in the chart below.
The screener results below list the top-5 Dow Jones Industrial Average Stocks including their last price, the one-year average price target estimated by analysts, and the potential (%) based on the difference between the last price and the Wall Street price target.
The following Dow companies are the best ones to consider based on their one-year price target according to Wall Street’s analysts:
Details on the top-5 stocks mentioned, such as valuation, dividend history, and more, can be found on the following pages:
Johnson & Johnson and IBM are the only dividend aristocrats in this top-5 and Disney does not currently pay a dividend.
Home Depot (HD) is currently the only stock to avoid according to Wallstreet’s analysts. The HD stock is a strong outperformer and is already above its average target price.
To see all Dow-30 stocks and their latest data, please use the Dow-30 price target screener to see all and see the ones that have upside potential.