Saturday, September 8, 2018

Dividend Increases This Week (Sep 3 - Sep 7)

One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Dividend Increases This Week (Aug 27 - Aug 31)

One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Dividend Increases This Week (Aug 20 - Aug 24)

One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Dividend Increases This Week (Aug 13 - Aug 17)

One way to identify dividend growth stocks is to look for dividend increases. Companies that pay rising dividends are likely to be financially healthy, generate consistent cash flow and regular dividend. I am interested in stocks with at least ten consecutive years of increasing annual dividend payments (Dividend Achievers). Here is a list of US companies that increased their dividends this week.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Dividend Growth characteristics of my portfolio

Recently I came across a comment regarding dividend ETFs. “Most div ETFs never raise their dividend payout = NO growing dividend”. Since my portfolio is exclusively invested in indexed ETFs (not necessarily dividend based) I was interested in understanding the dividend growth characteristic of my portfolio and determine if my portfolio qualifies as a dividend growth portfolio.