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8 Dividend Increases Expected In December 2020

Published Wed, 02 Dec 2020 02:45:59 -0500 on Seeking Alpha

Seeking AlphaDividend Quick Picks8 Dividend Increases Expected In December 2020Dec. 2, 2020 2:45 AM ET|| Includes: ABM, ADP, AFL, BEN, BMY, COST, EMR, ENB, HPQ, HRL, LLY, MA, MKC, NKE, PFE, ROK, SYY, T, TJXby: Dividend DiplomatsDividend Diplomats Large-cap, Dividend Investing, Dividend Growth Investing, ValueDividend Diplomats .cls-1{fill:#024999;}SummaryAflac announced a 17.8% dividend increase. That is a huge dividend increase.
Rockwell, like Hormel, announced a smaller-than-expected dividend increase.
AT&T's dividend increase pattern is very consistent. The company increases its quarterly dividend by $.01 per share on an annual basis.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is yet another dividend stock in the pharmaceutical sector that is set to announce a dividend increase this month.
We are cruising towards the end of 2020. What a year it has been. The stock market continues to climb towards record highs, with the prospect of a vaccine and more stimulus around the corner. The positive news, along with another strong earnings season, has had a direct impact on dividend payouts and more importantly, dividend increases. That is why we love dividend increases and spend so much time reviewing them!
With a new month coming, you know what that means? The next installment in our monthly dividend income summary series. Each month, we predict the expected dividend increases and review last month's actual results. November was an insane month for dividend increases. Hopefully, December will be even crazier!
Dividend News and Dividend Increases in November 2020 Before looking ahead to the upcoming dividend increases, I like to discuss the actual dividend increases from the previous month. I stated earlier that November was a crazy month for dividend investors. You are about to see why shortly. There were many, unexpected dividend announcements that are going to bring huge amounts of income to your bank account.
In this section of the article, I will discuss dividend... Read more