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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 Allstate (ALL):

Allstate Announces Preferred Stock Dividends

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today declared approximately $37.1 million in aggregate dividends on six series of preferred stock for the dividend period from July 15, 2018 through October 14, 2018. All the preferred dividends are payable in cash on October 15, 2018 to stockholders of record at the close of business on September 28, 2018, as follows:... Read more

Allstate Announces Quarterly Dividend

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced its board of directors has approved a quarterly dividend of 46 cents on each outstanding share of the corporation's common stock, payable in cash on October 1, 2018, to stockholders of record at the close of business on August 31, 2018.... Read more

Upcoming Dividends; 89 Companies, 32 Increases, 14 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

26 Dividend Increases: February 5-9, 2018 (Part 2: Financials And Consumer Discretionary Stocks)

One way to identify dividend growth stocks for further analysis is to monitor dividend increases. I monitor dividend increase announcements from stocks in the CCC list. Here are the screens I use: Market cap ≥ $500M No stocks that are being acquired No over-the-counter or pink sheet stocks Dividend Yield ≥ 2% for Challengers Dividend Yield ≥ 1.5% for Contenders and Champions Last week, 26 companies on my watch list announced dividend increases, including three of the stocks I... Read more

A Happy First Year Anniversary For The Dividend Growth TR Portfolio

Background This portfolio is a variation of a dividend growth portfolio that I managed for 3 years while working for an RIA and represents growth holdings in my personal portfolio. The DGTR portfolio is designed for investors who seek total return and are comfortable with a lower yield than an income investor may require. Dividend growth stocks are used based on the research showing this class of equities outperforms the S&P 500 over the long term. Information on the portfolio's... Read more

And The Dividend Flow Turned Into A Flood, Part II

While the Republican tax cut program has theoretical potential of increasing growth over the near-term, there remains little evidence of pent-up investment demand among US corporates. As we saw in my first run of "And the Dividend Flow Turned into a Flood," Seeking Alpha (4 January 2018), total loans to business and farms have decreased for six consecutive quarters through the end of the 3rd quarter, 2017. Year-over-year, total business and farm loans have decreased for four... 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

Dividend Challengers (And Near-Challengers): 69 Increases Expected By February 28

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

102 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 was created to help facilitate my own investing goals. It provides a set of upcoming dividend stock opportunities. It... Read more

Dividend Growth Stocks Going Ex-Div Next Week (August 28-September 1st)

Introduction As a dividend growth investor I am always trying to track both stocks that I own and those on my watchlist. I'm mostly interested in companies that have a historical record growing their payments over time. One particular angle of interest is knowing when these companies pay their dividends (and if they are set to increase). This data is provided by analyzing the "U.S. Dividend Champion" spreadsheet compiled by David Fish hosted here. That data is cross-referenced... Read more

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings

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