Published Mon, 02 Mar 2020 11:08:32 -0500 on Seeking Alpha
Monthly update of the Dividend Champions List.
147 companies declared higher dividends in the past month, with an average increase of 12.85% over their previous payouts.
One new Champion, 23 new Contenders and 5 new Challengers.
About the Dividend Champions List
The Dividend Champions list is a monthly publication tracking companies with a history of consistently increasing their dividends. Wider in scope than the well-known S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats and Nasdaq Dividend Achievers, the Dividend Champions covers all companies listed on exchanges in the United States. In order to be included in the list, the annual split-adjusted dividend payout of a company (based on calendar year) must be consistently increasing. The Dividend Champions list is separated into three categories based on how long companies have maintained the streak of annually increasing dividends: Champions (25 or more years), Contenders (10 to 24 years), and Challengers (5 to 9 years). The Dividend Champions list was created by David Fish in 2007 and is currently maintained by Justin Law. The Dividend Champions list may be obtained for free for personal, non-commercial use from the DRIP Investing Resource Center. Data in the Dividend Champions list is provided "as is" with no guarantees of accuracy, completeness, or timeliness.
147 companies declared higher dividends in the past month, with an average increase of 12.85% over their previous payouts. The latest version of the Dividends Champions List is available at the DRIP Investing website and is also attached below:
The Dividend Champions universe has decreased to 867 companies. The average dividend streak has increased to 14.8 years. The average yield has jumped to 3.21% from 2.94% the previous month.
Additions to Challengers: W. R. Grace & Co. (GRA), Kinsale Capital Group, Inc. (KNSL), Midland States Bancorp, Inc. (MSBI), 1st Constitution Bancorp (FCCY),... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|GASLOG PARTNERS LP||19.14||14.5||1.32||2.20||11.08|
|WESTWOOD HOLDINGS GROUP||30.37||19.8||1.53||2.88||10.01|
|MANHATTAN BRIDGE CAPITAL||6.26||0.0||0.00||0.48||7.71|
|SIX FLAGS ENTERTAINMENT||57.30||17.8||3.21||3.28||5.71|
|PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES||25.45||13.0||1.95||0.92||3.71|
|FIFTH THIRD BANCORP||28.03||9.5||2.94||0.96||3.44|
|PENSKE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP||47.69||9.0||5.30||1.60||3.28|
|COLUMBIA BANKING SYSTEM||37.30||14.5||2.58||1.12||3.07|
|CAMDEN PROPERTY TRUST||108.97||66.4||1.64||3.20||2.91|
|CODORUS VALLEY BANCORP||24.40||0.0||0.00||0.64||2.77|
|FIRST DEFIANCE FINANCIAL||27.85||12.0||2.32||0.76||2.73|
|HARTFORD FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP||59.93||13.5||4.44||1.20||2.02|
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