8 Upcoming Dividend Increases To Start 2023

Dec. 29, 2022 1:55 PM ETABM, BMY, BMYMP, ERIE, HEI, HEI.A, MORN, OC, RGLD, SCHD3 Comments
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Summary

  • 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 13% and a median increase of 7.6%.
  • There are eight increases for next week, down from twenty-five last week. Happy New Year!

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Companies that grow dividends over time have been shown to beat the broader market. Management's dividend increases are an important signal that the business is performing well and the company can and wants to reward shareholders. I

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