The metrics and numbers that most dividend investors are looking at are very misleading. I get this question all the time: Ian, why do you invest in dividend stocks with high PE ratios and horrible dividend payout ratios (paying out more dividends than they earn)?

Through the lens of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), my #1 favorite dividend stock of all time, today’s video dives into some misleading GAAP EPS numbers and how I like to personally analyze this dividend stock (and other similar stocks in my portfolio).

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