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My Top Fully Franked ASX Dividend Stock for 2017

One of Australia's top dividend experts reveals the name of his top ASX dividend stock to buy in 2017.

With its shares up 155% in just the last five years, this 'under the radar' consumer favourite is both a hot growth stock AND our expert's #1 dividend pick for 2017. Simply enter your email now to receive your copy of our FREE report, "The Motley Fool's Top Fully Franked Dividend Stock for 2017." PLUS get a complimentary subscription to our weekly newsletter Take Stock.

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Dear Reader,

Aussie investors love dividend stocks, and for good reason. Not only do you get to collect a steady income, pick the right stock and you can collect a healthy payout once you decide to sell!

Now that's all well and good if you happened to buy shares in the big 4 banks, BHP or Telstra twenty years ago… but what about now? What's the next up and coming dividend stock that's going to pay you for years to come while steadily increasing in value? Well, after scouring the ASX I've found one company that I believe is THE top dividend stock for 2017.

It currently pays a 4.6% fully franked dividend (6.7% gross), one that has increased every single year since they started paying out dividends 9 years ago. And it's a capital-light business with great financials in a rapidly growing industry – meaning I'm confident there's a lot of potential for capital gain here as well. My full analysis, including the company name and ASX ticker is all in our FREE report The Motley Fool's Top ASX Dividend Stock for 2017.

To download your FREE copy now, simply enter your email in the box at the bottom of this page. But before you do, let me briefly introduce myself. After all, I want you to be sure that what I say is worth listening to!

Andrew Page, Lead Advisor
Motley Fool Dividend Investor

My name's Andrew Page. I'm the lead advisor of a service called Motley Fool Dividend Investor. My one and only goal is to find little known Aussie companies that provide a steady, robust dividend yield and long term capital appreciation potential…not just this year, but for decades to come.

It's no easy task, but I'm delighted to say that over the past two years our readers have captured incredible wins like:

  • Australian Pharmaceutical Industries – up 133.9%
  • Altium – up 74.3%
  • Event Hospitality & Entertainment – up 62.8%

Not to mention one company paying a fully franked dividend yield of almost 8% and three more paying over 6%!

Now I'm not telling you all this to brag. As I said, I just want you to know that the information you're about to read comes from a source worth listening to. After all anyone can randomly pick a stock out of thin air. But it takes years of watching the markets, countless late nights pouring through annual reports and hundreds of hours of analysis to find the company with the best chance of becoming Australia's next 'darling' dividend stock.

To find out what it is, simply enter your email in the box below. You'll receive a link to download your report, and you'll also receive a complimentary subscription to our weekly newsletter Take Stock.

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PS. I urge you to hurry, if interest in this stock heats up too much, we may have to take this report down.

Numbers as of Feb 23rd 2017