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Articles featuring Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS):

Dividend Streaks In Danger: April Edition

In compiling the Dividend Champions spreadsheet, I separate the Champions (25 or more years of higher dividends), Contenders (10-24 years), and Challengers (5-9 years) into distinct groupings. Note that "CCC" refers to the combination of Champions, Contenders, and Challengers. Dividends in Danger: Overview In any given year, there are a number of companies that fail to extend their streaks of consecutive annual dividend increases. The cause of failure generally falls into one of... Read more

Dividend Growth Investing Strategy: Volatility

This is the first in a series of articles that will look at how various factors influence dividend growth stocks held in a portfolio over a 10-year investment horizon. The objective is to find factors at portfolio inception that are meaningful to returns over the following decade. We want a low-turnover portfolio that delivers. Trading vs. Long-Term Investing A dividend growth investor typically selects stocks which have increased their dividends annually for a consecutive number of years.... Read more

Upcoming Dividends: 24 Companies, 8 Increases, 4 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 highlight the companies with a minimum 5-year dividend growth history. There are companies that, for various reasons, do not... Read more

A New Tool For Dividend Growth Investors

How do you systematically take your dividend growth investing to the next level? Perhaps the initial appeal of dividend growth investing was its beautiful simplicity of buying stocks where the dividend grows annually. This allows you the freedom of focusing on an increasing and stable dividend stream - which is likely the key consideration of your retirement - while shrugging off capital price corrections in the market. But when it actually comes to choosing which dividend growth stocks to... Read more

Dr Pepper Snapple Group: Is A 2.4% Dividend Yield Supported By Current Valuation?

Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) has built its business by buying companies, adding brands like Canada Dry, Seven Up, Mott’s, A&W and so on. Today the company has a strong portfolio of flavored carbonated soft drinks and non carbonated beverages and holds the number three position in the North American liquid refreshment beverage segment. “According to IRi retail sales, we are the #1 flavored CSD company in the U.S. Our largest brand, Dr Pepper, is the #2 flavored CSD in the... Read more

Dividend Challengers (And Near-Challengers): 153 Increases Expected By The End Of March

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 at 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

73 Dividend Growth Stocks Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

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). The first list below provides a set of upcoming dividend stock opportunities. These are the companies that have a minimum 5-year dividend... Read more

Dividend Growth Investors Should Look At Dr Pepper

Overview There have been several articles on Seeking Alpha and other sites comparing Coca-Cola (KO) against PepsiCo (PEP), but I think too many investors overlook Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) as a great long term dividend investment option. In this article, I'm going to go through various reasons why even though I currently own a small position of KO, I believe that investors looking to initiate new positions are better served in looking at DPS based on recent results. Price... Read more

How To Plan For Retirement At 45 With Dividend Stocks

Warren and Oprah are both 45 and starting to plan for retirement. They picked a lot of their own stocks for a beginning portfolio. Investing was overwhelming, so they went to a financial advisor who use s CPMS. Warren and Oprah know the importance of living frugally and putting money aside for their future. Their current portfolio was based on what research they had done on Seeking Alpha. They didn’t have a lot of time to plan, and over the next several years plan on ironing out the... Read more

Stocks Going Ex-Dividend The Third Week Of June

Here is our latest update on the stock trading technique called "Buying Dividends," also commonly referred to as "Dividend Capture." This is the process of buying stocks before the ex-dividend date and selling the stock shortly after the ex-date at about the same price, yet being entitled to the dividend. This technique generally works only in bull markets and can work in flat or choppy markets, but you need to avoid using it during bear markets. The key to being successful... Read more

Dividends Still Don't Lie: The Truth About Investing in Blue Chip Stocks and Winning in the Stock Market

This book teaches a value-based strategy to investing, one that uses a stock's dividend yield as the primary measure of value. Rather than emphasize the price cycles of a stock, the company's products, market strategy or other factors, this guide stresses dividend-yield patterns.
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