Sin Stock Philip Morris International Just Became a Screaming Buy TheStreet.com The stock is up more than 15%, despite beating analyst estimates on earnings just once in the past four quarters. Even income investors have benefited from the more than 4% dividend yield and the dividend growth track record of at least eight years.
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