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Dividends By The Numbers For July 2018

July 2018 was a good month for the owners of dividend-paying stocks. Compared to June 2018, the number of dividend increases was up and the number of dividend cuts announced was down. And as long as we're looking backwards, things are better than they were last year. Let's get to this month's dose of dividend metadata! Here are the numbers.... Following an elevated number for the month ending 2018-Q2, there were 3,253 firms that issued some kind of declaration about... Read more

Snapshot Of Cumulative Dividends Cuts Through The End Of Q2 2018

We're completing the picture that our real-time sampling of dividend cuts during the second quarter of 2018 has been painting. Through Wednesday, 27 June 2018, with 2018-Q2 all but over, this remarkably simple measure of the near-real-time health of the private sector of the U.S. economy is signaling that while some recessionary conditions are present, overall, things have been pretty good for publicly-traded U.S. businesses. How good? Our first chart compares the nearly completed... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For May 2018

For dividends in the U.S. stock market, May 2018 fell pretty much in the middle of every other May during the previous five years. Nothing particularly exciting or worrying, just a pretty solid month for dividend-paying stocks overall. Let's run through the numbers for May 2018's dividends... 3,648 U.S. firms declared their dividends during May 2018, which is up from April 2018's 3,388 and which is also up from May 2017's 3,536. In May 2018, 43 firms in the... Read more

Your U.S. Monthly Pay Dividend All Cap Equities, Funds, Notes & Closed-End Investment Lists For February

Actionable Conclusions (1-10):Top Ten U.S. MoPay Equities to Net 24.5% to 65.17% Gains To February 2019 Per Analyst Targets Four of the ten top yield MoPay stocks (shaded in the chart above) were verified as being among the top ten gainers for the coming year based on analyst 1 year target prices. Thus the yield strategy for this MoPay group as graded by analyst estimates for January proved 40% accurate. Projections based on estimated dividend returns from $1000 invested in the thirty... Read more

Dividends: U.S. Economy Slipped Somewhat In August 2016

After posting their best two consecutive months since 2014, our monthly sampling of the number of U.S. firms acting to cut their dividends in August 2016 rose significantly. The biggest change is that the number of firms in the oil production sector of the U.S. economy has declined significantly in recent months, thanks largely to the rebound in crude oil prices since they bottomed in February 2016. Where they once dominated the count of the number of dividend-cutting firms, oil... Read more

Sampling Dividend Cuts In February 2016

While we're waiting for S&P's official tally of all the dividend cut declarations made in February 2016, which should be posted sometime later today, we thought we'd get a jump on what to expect by extracting a sample of the dividend cuts that our primary sources for real-time dividend cut announcements recorded during February 2016 to get a sense of what that report is likely to indicate. The picture isn't good - the pace of dividend cuts during the current quarter of... Read more

Dividend Cuts Piling Up

Did you know that there has been at least one dividend cut announcement on each and every single trading day in February 2016? It's true! The only weekday that didn't have one was Monday, 15 February 2016, which didn't have one because U.S. markets were closed for trading for the President's Day holiday. That said, the number of dividend cuts announced in this first quarter of 2016 is now greater at this point of time than the number that were announced in the first... Read more

3 MoPay Dividend Dogs Track 33% To 40% December Upsides

Editors' Note: This article covers a stock trading at less than $1 per share and/or with less than a $100 million market cap. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks. This regular monthly report tallied results from Yahoo Finance for monthly paying (mopay) dividend stocks as of market closing prices December 20 compared with analyst mean target price results one year hence. Three stocks boasted 32.92% to 40.32% price upsides. Pacific Coast Oil Trust (ROYT) an Austin, TX... Read more

After The Ex-Dividend, Your Payment Date

When investing in dividend stocks, there are a few important dates to keep in mind. These meaningful dates tell an investor when he or she collects the dividends and or if they are even eligible to collect the most recent dividend. What does the Ex-Dividend date mean? The Ex-Dividend date is the most important date in dividend investing. Ex-Dividend is the day on which all shares purchased and sold no longer come with deserved-to-be-paid the most recently declared dividend. It is just as... Read more

6 Stocks With Yields Over 10% Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

High yield investing is very interesting especially in times of low interest rates. The royal class of high yield investing is to trade stocks with very high yields (double-digit yields). For a trader, it is still an attractive opportunity to buy short-term before the next ex-dividend date. If you own a stock before this date, you get the next dividend payment. In the case of a double-digit annual yield, you should expect at least 2.5% cash. I screened my database by stocks with a very high... Read more

All About Dividend Investing

This back-to-basics book argues that dividend-paying stocks, not growth stocks, form the best foundation for any portfolio. Used strategically, dividends are your best bet for safe, profitable investing. Why? Three simple facts: Dividends are low risk. Dividends work in bull markets. Dividends work in bear markets. Whether you're a veteran investor or a beginner, "All About Dividend Investing, Second Edition", provides the facts you need about: Tax advantages of dividend-paying stocks; Dividend ratios and other key stock information; Dividend portfolio design; Managing risk and protecting gains; Dividend-based mutual funds and ETFs; and, Current historical analyses of market cycles.
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