7/19/2011

Stocks With Fastest Dividend Growth July 2011

Fastest Dividend Growth Shares by Dividend Yields – Stock, Capital, Investment. Here is a current dividend table of companies with the fastest dividend growth compared to the previous dividend declaration. The dividend growth is often a good indicator for the financial health of a stock. Companies with a strong increase in dividends judge the future of their company rosy. They give money back to shareholders that they don’t need for their business. The stocks from the fastest dividend growth sheet are traded at AMEX, NYSE, NASDAQ as well as being part of the Dow Jones, S&P 500 or NASDAQ Composite. The average dividend-yield amounts to 3.96 percent and the average dividend growth is 17.13 percent.

Here is the sheet of stocks with the fastest dividend growth:
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3 comments:

  1. Bob R.7/30/2011

    Hi,

    I'm 73, retired and relatively new to purchasing dividend stocks. Obviously at this stage my concern is preservation of capital and current income with longer term growth being a bonus.

    I've printed off a number of your dividend lists and have the following questions:

    1. When you list the DGR for 10 years I assume that that is the average percentage of increase in the dividend each year for 10 years is that correct?

    2. Or does it mean that over a 10 year period that is the total percentage of increase in the dividend?

    3. Is there a formula that would help me indicate if I am better off with a slightly lower dividend yield that is increasing at faster percentage each year than I am going for a higher dividend that is increasing at a slower percentage each year.
    (At this stage of my life I'm probably looking in blocks of 5 to 10 years out)

    Thanks for your help.

    Bob R.

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  2. Hi Bob,

    Thank you for your question. The data is delivered by several information provider like Bloomberg or Reuters. Sometimes, it could be possible that the data of smaller stocks are not 100 percent correct. A DGR of 10 percent means that the dividend grew 10 percent in each year. In total, the dividend grew by the factor of 2.6 (1.1^10) or 260 percent over the past ten years. I hope this could help you.

    There are formulas. But I guess that they are too complex for normal investors like us. Your are right with your thoughts about your investment period. I don't know your private wealth, so I can't give you any advice. Normally, If you plan to invest in dividend growth stocks, it could be be wise to look at higher long-term dividend growth and lower yields, especially when you invest more than five years. Be careful, most investors misjugde growth rates.

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    Dividend Yield

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  3. I want to invest in stock market and I am very confused that how to invest in stock market. I am here want to get information that how to play stock market and profit from it.

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