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11 Upcoming Dividend Increases

Dec. 02, 2021 3:38 PM ETADP, BDX, CNQ, FMNB, HPQ, MDU, SJI, SR, TRTN, UBCP, VSH, CNQ:CA7 Comments
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  • All stocks have at least five fiscal years of dividend growth history and come from the U.S. Dividend Champions List.
  • They have an average increase of 11.9% and a median increase of 5.4%. YTD, I've tracked 479 increases.
  • There are 11 increases for next week, down from 29 last week.
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Dividend increases are an outward sign from management that business is going well, and the company can increasingly reward shareholders. I track upcoming dividend increases from companies that have a history of increasing them. The lists below contain

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Derek is an individual investor seeking to navigate the investment world to provide a wealthy and stable retirement for his family. He aims to help fellow investors, notably younger investors, establish a plan to produce a growing income stream. Derek holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science with a minor in Economics from the University of Delaware and lives with his wife and two children.Derek created and operates customstockalerts.com. It's a suite of utilities for investors to stay on top of all their stocks. Pick a company you're interested in, pick an alert type (price, dividend yield, PE, etc.) and a value. You'll get a text or email (your choice) when your value hits. Also, get alerts for upcoming dividends, including increases (works for stocks and ETFs). Use it as a chance to buy and collect the dividend!Come check me out at customstockalerts.com!

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Comments (7)

Juan M Gonzalez profile picture
ZIM is a true dividend champion.

Current yield 27% with a relatively low payout. Huge cash flows and record profitability.

PA1975 profile picture
I only have HPQ and love the raise
RoseNose profile picture
I only have Triton (TRTN) love the 14% raise.
Hukis DGI profile picture
Where is Stryker (SYK)?
Thank you
Nicely done - if fact, thanks for an excellent array of data - appreciate the effort.
keltus 1952 profile picture
WEC just raised today from .6775 up to .7275 quarterly. An increase of over 7%. Am holding......Kel
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