5 Defensive Dow Stocks for QE2's End

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Jake Lynch writes: "Which stocks can survive rising U.S. unemployment, higher oil and food prices, increasing interest rates in Asia, Japan's recession, Europe's debt overload and the end of the Fed's QE2 bond-buying program? ... Here are five dividend-paying and defensive Dow stocks to consider now. With leverage to emerging markets, these companies may skirt a soft patch in the economy. They offer steady dividends." Read more here.

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