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Stocks that pay dividends every month can offer investors a predictable and stable income stream. Here are some stocks paying dividends monthly.
Dividends are a payout that companies make from their profit pool. In this guide, we’ll look at how dividends are calculated and who receives them.
Does Tesla pay dividends? Will it ever pay them, and does it even need to? We’ll explore these questions in detail in this guide.
Procter & Gamble’s strong underlying sales, margin expansion, and consistent dividend growth make it a top stock for income-seeking investors.
Qualcomm stock (NASDAQ:QCOM) rose about 8.6% on Tuesday. Notably, the semiconductor giant announced a rise in its dividend.
Investors’ preference for top dividend stocks could increase in 2020. Among sector-specific ETFs, the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF reigns supreme.
BP’s dividend payments were stable in 2019, at $0.615 per American depositary share each quarter. Let’s see what could affect its dividend growth this year.
Continuing with the strategy of enhancing shareholders’ wealth, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) declared a dividend for the first quarter of 2020.
Currently, utility stocks on average offer a yield of 3%. Dominion Energy offers a dividend yield of 4.5%, while NextEra Energy offers a yield of 2.1%.
Southern Company (SO) stock had one of the best years in 2019. It gained almost 45%. The stock outperformed utilities at large that rose 22% last year.
Starbucks (SBUX) stock appreciated 36.5% in 2019. Plus, the stock beat the benchmark S&P 500 Index, which surged 28.9% last year.