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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 Northwest Natural Gas (NWN):

Dividend Kings: August Dividend Growth Analysis

Overview In this article I analyze the 29 Dividend Kings. Note that the number has increased by one since Altria Group, Inc. (MO) recently raised the quarterly dividend allowing the company to enter this exclusive club. The Dividend Kings represent successful companies that have survived through several recessions, major world, events, financial uncertainty, and many market conditions. All the time, these companies have grown their dividend year-in and year-out. This consistency and the... Read more

Dividend Champion And Contender Highlights: Week Of August 11

Introduction The Dividend Champions list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts, and the latest edition may be found here. However, since this list is only produced once per month, the data in it can quickly get out of date. Furthermore, with close to 900 companies on the list, the sheer amount of data can quickly become overwhelming. In this weekly series, I highlight recent and upcoming dividend related activity for companies... Read more

Dividend Champion And Contender Highlights: Week Of July 28

Introduction The Dividend Champions list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts, and the latest edition may be found here. However, since this list is only produced once per month, the data in it can quickly get out of date. Furthermore, with close to 900 companies on the list, the sheer amount of data can quickly become overwhelming. In this weekly series, I highlight recent and upcoming dividend related activity for companies... Read more

17 Upcoming Dividend Increases

Introduction I love stocks that grow their dividends year in and out. Hopefully, you do too! If so, you are in the right place. After a few lackluster weeks, the list has jumped up in a big way this week. There are several great dividend hikes coming and, coupled with the market's recent fall, could create some nice opportunities! I've created a list of stocks that grow their dividends and happen to be increasing them next week. This list is a trimmed-down version only covering dividend... Read more

5 Dividend Increases: October 1-5, 2018

Monitoring dividend increases for stocks on my watch is one way to identify candidates for further analysis. Companies can only raise their dividends regularly and sustainably if they grow earnings sufficiently. The CCC List provides a good starting point, but I limit the number of stocks to monitor by applying the following screens: Dividend Yield ≥ 1.0% Market cap ≥ $1 billion No stocks that are being acquired No Over-The-Counter or Pink Sheet stocks This past week, 5 companies... Read more

Cintas, Lincoln Electric To Lead 10 Dividend Increases In October

Those of you who follow this series of articles know that I track the dividend increases of a variety of long-term dividend growth companies. Back at the end of August, I provided predictions for 6 dividend growth companies that have historically announced annual payout increases in September. In addition to the 6 stocks for which I gave predictions, Realty Income Corporation (O) also announced an increase to its monthly dividend, to an annualized $2.646 from $2.64, a 0.3%. This is Realty... Read more

Hey You, Dividend Investor, Are You Doing It Wrong?

Investment Thesis Investing for Immediate income outperforms more conservative established investment within a 35 to 38-year time frame - longer than most find themselves actively investing or retired. I recast my projects and fine-tuned the process due to concerns about the previously included ETF. A Simple Definition Due to previous confusion, whenever I write concerning immediate income investing, I feel it is necessary to define what I'm speaking of when doing so. I define immediate... 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 of... Read more

Northwest Natural Gas: A Sleep-Well-At-Night Dividend King

By Josh Arnold NW Natural (NWN) has a track record of dividend increases that puts it in very exclusive company. NWN has increased its cash dividend for more than 60 consecutive years, making NWN one of just a handful of companies in the entire market with a dividend increase streak of that length. That puts it among the elite Dividend Kings, a small group of stocks that have increased their payouts for at least 50 consecutive years. You can see the full list of all 25 Dividend Kings... Read more

Dividend Investing: Results May Vary

There are dozens of different strategies and styles of investing to choose from out there. Amongst them, dividend investing is easily one of the most popular for do-it-yourselfers. Cash dividends are one of the oldest ways that companies share proceeds with their shareholders. One of the first known companies to do this was the Dutch East India Company which started paying a regular dividend in 1602. Since then, investors have cherished dividends for a variety of reasons. This isn't a piece... Read more

The Little Book of Behavioral Investing

A detailed guide to overcoming the most frequently encountered psychological pitfalls of investing. Bias, emotion, and overconfidence are just three of the many behavioral traits that can lead investors to lose money or achieve lower returns. Behavioral finance, which recognizes that there is a psychological element to all investor decision-making, can help you overcome this obstacle. In The Little Book of Behavioral Investing, expert James Montier takes you through some of the most important behavioral challenges faced by investors. Montier reveals the most common psychological barriers, clearly showing how emotion, overconfidence, and a multitude of other behavioral traits, can affect investment decision-making. Offers time-tested ways to identify and avoid the pitfalls of investor bias.
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