Monday, December 21, 2020

Dividend Changes: December 12-18, 2020

This weekly article series covers dividend changes. A summary table provides relevant data and key statistics of dividend increases.

We include a table of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks, providing readers with a list of stock to consider in order to secure the next dividend payment. 

I co-produce this article series with James Marino Sr of Portfolio Insight, who helps with compiling the ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

We monitor dividend increases for stocks using Dividend Radar, a weekly automatically generated spreadsheet listing stocks with dividend streaks of five years or more. 

The Dividend Radar spreadsheet separates stocks into categories based on the length of the streak: Champions (25+ years), Contenders (10- 24 years), and Challengers (5-9 years).

Last week, nine companies in Dividend Radar announced dividend increases, including two of my DivGro holdings. There were no announced dividend cuts or suspensions in Dividend Radar last week.

To read about these announcements and to review ex-dividend opportunities, please read this article at Seeking Alpha.


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2 comments :

  1. It's 4:30 in the morning. I've got a half a tank of gas & I'm wearing sunglasses...... a true classic!!!

    No, it is really 4:30 in the morning. I'm drinking coffee & enjoying this article.

    Thanks for all you guys do for us peons out here. We truly appreciate it.

    Merry CHRISTMAS & best wishes to all in 2021.

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    1. You're most welcome, William J Greene!

      MERRY CHRISTMAS to you, too! I sure hope 2021 is better than 2020!!

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