Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Five Year Dividend Growth Rates for the High-Yield Dividend Aristocrats

I wanted to check how the dividend growth stocks in the S&P High Yield Dividend Aristocrats List compared to one another in terms of their five year dividend growth rates. The data is taken from Yahoo finance, except for the dividend growth rates, which were taken from dividendinvestor.com website.











You can access the spreadsheet from here.

6 comments:

  1. DividendInvestor.com looks like an interesting site. Do you subscribe to it?

    Best Wishes,
    Dividends4Life

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  2. D4L,

    I haven't subscribed to dividendinvestor.com. I only used the 5 year dividend growth rate percentages from the site ( that's free).

    Best Regards,

    DGI

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  3. I have been a member at dividendinvestor.com for a while. For $25/mo it is tough to beat.

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  4. Div,

    The way that I view it, $25/month is about $300/year. At 3%, I need to invest $10,000 in order to make enough passive dividend income, that would pay for my extra expense.

    I would love to gain access to historical databases containing price and dividend information for as far back as possible ( even 1800 ;-) )

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  5. Yes one thing on your calculation though. With access to the data/tools at DividendInvestor.com you will be making 5-10% dividend yields monthly. You can sort/screen monthly dividend paying stocks in seconds.

    Our fund has used them for years.

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  6. Div,

    I doubt that I will be making 5-10% monthly( that's 60-100% an year).
    The list of stocks which are interesting to me is publicly available for free. So why should I decrease my returns buying a service which I have been able to live without all my life?

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