Honeywell declares $0.45 dividend

Honeywell (NYSE:HON) declares $0.45/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous.

Forward yield 1.87%

Payable Sept. 10; for shareholders of record Aug. 21; ex-div Aug. 19.

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  • walter scott
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    Good article and much food for thought, thank you. My take away is that HON is a complex company with many moving parts. Many things in many markets have to go in the right direction, and many things have to go right operationally as well. In the mean time, its less than 2% dividend is insufficient incentive to wait them out.


    True, they have crafted a good story, and that will probably pump up the stock from time to time. It has certainly impressed the analysts. On the other hand, their diverse businesses make them more exposed to bad press in one or other of the many activities they are in. And as we all know, bad press in any one area can tarnish a story and take the stock with it.


    If the dividend yield was more like 4% I may take the plunge. As it is, I'm looking for a better risk/reward and an easier-to-understand and analyze investment.
    21 Aug 2014, 05:10 AM Reply Like
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