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Last updated: 2019/10/18 00:33:08 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Southern Company 4.19
Comerica 4.18
Msc Industrial Direct 4.18
Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund 4.16
China Mobile Ltd 4.15
Mesa Royalty Trust 4.15
Ryder System 4.15
Vornado Realty Trust 4.15
Suncor Energy 4.13
Ing Groep 4.12
Sl Green Realty 4.12
Lexington Realty Trust 4.10
Piedmont Office Realty Trust 4.10
Philippine Long Distance Telephone 4.10
Saul Centers 4.08
Ethan Allen Interiors 4.08
Keycorp 4.08
Manning & Napier 4.08
Telecomunicacoes De Sao Paulo 4.06
American Campus Communities 4.05
Fluor 4.05
Verizon Comm 4.04
Carnival 4.03
Legg Mason 4.03
Molson Coors Brewing 4.03
Duke Energy 4.02
Espey Manufacturing & Electronics 4.02
Toronto-dominion Bank 4.02
Cardinal Health 4.01
General Growth Properties 4.01
Valley National Bancorp 4.01
Dover Motorsports 4.00
Royal Bank Of Canada 4.00
Saga Communications 3.99
Unum Group 3.98
Citizens Financial Group 3.97
Haverty Furniture 3.93
Investors Real Estate 3.93
Centerpoint Energy 3.92
Bar Harbor Bankshares 3.91
Chevron 3.91
Rr Donnelley & Sons 3.90
Au Optronics 3.89
Marathon Petroleum 3.89
Acadia Realty Trust 3.88
Barclays 3.88
Principal Financial Group 3.88
Watsco 3.88
Blackstone Group Lp 3.87
Life Storage 3.87

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My Dividend Growth Portfolio: Q3 2019 Summary

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Dividend Income Update September 2019

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Q3 2019 Dividend Portfolio Update: New September Dividend Record

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Dividend Update - June 2019

Hard to believe that we are already halfway through the year. June 2019 is in the books and so is the second quarter of the year. I wasn't able to achieve a record month but came pretty close. Still showing good growth numbers since the prior year. Here is how the stats are broken down from the seven companies that paid me a dividend in June. Let's see how we did. Dividends CVX - $54.83 TGT - $30.72 ED - $10.41 O - $7.06 D - $30.26 SO - $15.21 ENB - $12.74... Read more

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