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Best Dividend Paying Ex-Dividend Shares Between December 10 - 16, 2012

The Best Yielding And Biggest Ex-Dividend Stocks Researched By ”long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. Dividend Investors should have a quiet overview of stocks with upcoming ex dividend dates. The ex dividend date is the final date on which the new stock buyer couldn’t receive the next dividend. If you like to receive the dividend, you need to buy the stock before the ex dividend date. I made a little screen of the best yielding stocks with a higher capitalization that have their ex date on the next trading week.

A full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks on December10 - 16, 2012. In total, 196 stocks and preferred shares go ex dividend - of which 88 yield more than 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 4.47%.

Here is the sheet of the best yielding, higher capitalized ex-dividend stocks:

Company
Ticker
Mcap
P/E
P/B
P/S
Yield
Total SA
117.73B
8.18
1.19
0.50
5.96%
Seagate Technology PLC
10.70B
3.75
3.14
0.67
5.36%
BCE, Inc.
33.34B
13.80
2.42
1.66
5.29%
Merck & Co. Inc.
135.68B
20.29
2.44
2.84
3.85%
Hewlett-Packard Company
27.41B
-
1.22
0.23
3.79%
Encana Corporation
15.64B
-
2.84
2.60
3.76%
Rogers Communications Inc.
23.00B
15.28
6.30
1.84
3.57%
Public Storage
24.43B
39.98
2.93
13.53
3.09%
Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
27.82B
20.32
4.41
2.58
3.04%
Cenovus Energy Inc.
25.45B
18.42
2.52
1.45
2.63%
Teck Resources Limited
20.42B
15.77
1.13
1.92
2.58%
ACE Limited
27.51B
10.30
1.02
1.55
2.42%
Omnicom Group Inc.
13.16B
14.48
3.92
0.93
2.41%
Starwood Hotels & Resorts
10.64B
18.99
3.16
1.68
2.30%
Fidelity National Information Services
10.60B
20.78
1.60
1.83
2.21%
General Growth Properties Inc.
18.97B
-
2.47
7.36
2.18%
T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.
16.53B
20.20
4.28
5.69
2.10%
Viacom, Inc.
26.89B
12.25
3.65
1.94
2.05%
Macy's, Inc.
M
15.86B
12.35
2.80
0.59
2.03%
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
15.32B
23.23
3.96
1.79

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous12/08/2012

    Hi there,

    I read your blog every day, thank for all the analyses your provide. Living in Switzerland, I was wondering whether you could provide a dividend-based analysis of Swiss shares?

    Sincerely,
    Jean-Louis

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  2. Jean-Louis, Thank you for your comment. We have published a list from the best yielding swiss stocks a year ago. Here is the link:

    http://long-term-investments.blogspot.de/2011/03/10-best-yielding-switzerland-stocks.html

    We will update the screen in the future.

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  3. Anonymous12/09/2012

    I look forward to reading your information on dividends everyday!
    I greatly believe in dividends; but, I, also, have concern about
    buying good dividend stocks at their "all-time" highs when the market is so volatile today and a recession is still looming, due
    to possible effects of Obamacare, inflation, etc. To me, the investor still has to be concerned about a stock falling abruptly.
    Please comment on how you still recommend buying a stock at all- time high for dividend. Thanks, Mimi

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  4. Stocks at ATH don’t mean in general that they are cheap or expensive. If the P/E or forward P/E is still in a range between 10-15 and earnings still grow, the price is not expensive. I believe that you could buy good stocks in every market situation. The only difference due to the buying time could be a 5% yearly underperformance or so. But if you buy over a long period and many small positions, the price does not matter because you buy stocks for average prices.

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