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Compare the dividend stocks in the Nasdaq index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The Nasdaq Stock Market, also known as the Nasdaq or Nasdaq index, is the second-largest U.S. stock exchange and is operated by the Nasdaq OMX Group. Nasdaq has more than 3500 listed issues.

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Articles featuring Middlesex Water (MSEX):

Top Water Utility Stocks For Dividend Growth And Income

Photo by Steve Johnson from Pexels Clean water is one of the essential elements needed for a prosperous community. A city or town simply can't operate very well without it. This makes water utilities (like their electric and natural gas utility brethren) some of the steadier growers in the market. This stable and steady growth is an attractive trait for income investors, and the companies in the sector have rewarded those investors with some of the longer dividend growth... Read more

17 Upcoming Dividend Increases

Introduction The information presented below was created based on combining the "U.S. Dividend Champion" spreadsheet compiled by David Fish hosted here with upcoming dividend information from the NASDAQ. This meshes metrics about companies with dividend growth history with upcoming dividend payments (and whether those payments are increasing). These companies all have a minimum 5-year dividend growth history. The "ex-dividend" date is the day you are no longer entitled... Read more

From 62 To 5: Dividend Growth Utilities To Consider

Utility companies typically have a high dividend yield and make good dividend growth candidates because they operate in a regulatory environment which limits competition and keeps earnings relatively predictable. In this article, we'll go over all of the utilities in the US Dividend Champions list and apply a dividend growth screen to try and find high-quality companies for further consideration. I used the following requirements: Dividend Metrics: Used the April 30, 2018 version... Read more

Upcoming Dividends; 75 Companies, 33 Increases, 18 Double Digit Increases!

Introduction The information presented below was created based on combining the "U.S. Dividend Champion" spreadsheet compiled by David Fish hosted here with upcoming dividend information from the Nasdaq. This meshes metrics about companies with dividend growth history with upcoming dividend payments (and whether those payments are increasing). These lists highlights the companies with a minimum 5-year dividend growth history. What David has done is exhaustively map the companies... Read more

24 Dividend Increases: January 29-February 2, 2018 (Part 2: Remaining Sectors)

Companies can only increase their dividends regularly if they grow earnings sufficiently. I monitor dividend increases of stocks in the CCC list of dividend growth stocks. I use the following screens to compile a watch list from the CCC stocks: Market cap ≥ $500M No stocks that are being acquired No over-the-counter or pink sheet stocks Dividend Yield ≥ 2% for Challengers Dividend Yield ≥ 1% for Contenders and Champions Last week, 24 companies on my watch list announced dividend... Read more

The Little Known Small-Cap With 100 Year Dividend History

As consumers in any market driven society, individuals have vast choices on most products and services that they purchase and consume. Consequently, companies establish a target market or a particular demographic for their product or service with the intent to include as many potential customers as possible. But one thing we all need no matter what the case may be, is clean potable water. And with current world population at approximately 7.6 billion people with a projected population of 10... Read more

62 Dividend Growth Stocks Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

Introduction As a dividend growth investor I am always looking for my next income producing investment. The first list below was created to help facilitate my own investing goals. It provides a set of upcoming dividend stock opportunities. It highlights the companies that showcase a dividend growth mindset. Additionally it gives investors a chance to potentially buy more shares prior to an upcoming ex-dividend date. If it happens to be a dividend increase that will be highlighted as... Read more

36 Dividend Increases: October 23-27, 2017 (Part 3: Other Sectors)

Monitoring dividend increases for stocks on my watch list helps me identify candidates for further analysis. Companies can only increase their dividends regularly if earnings grow sufficiently. Last week, 36 companies on my watch list announced dividend increases. Part 1 covered financial sector stocks, while Part 2 presented energy and real estate sector stocks. Part 3 presents stocks from the remaining sectors that announced dividend increases. The table below presents these... Read more

As Many As 8 Dividend Growth Companies Expected To Announce 10%+ Increases In November

My regular followers know that I track the dividend increases of a variety of long-term dividend growth companies. Back at the end of September, I provided predictions for 16 dividend growth companies that have historically announced annual payout increases in October. One company – AT&T – deferred its announcement and one other long-time dividend growth stock announced its latest dividend increase: Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK) continued its tradition of increasing its dividend by... Read more

Dividend Champions: 24 Increases Expected By Year-End

In compiling the Dividend Champions list, I get to see which companies are nearing the anniversaries of their previous dividend increases. Since most of these firms raise their payout about the same time every year, I can say with some confidence that they are likely to do so again. I have separated the Champions (25 or more years of higher dividends), Contenders (10-24 years), and Challengers (5-9 years) into distinct groupings, so please look for the other articles, which I hope will be... Read more

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