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Mr. Wood 29-04-2019 09:24 PM

US Dividends Aristocrats thread
 
Thanks to all who supported and signed thru my referral
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as promised, i share whatever freebies i get frm u signing thru me.

Why am i doing this?
1. This system has worked fairly well over the last year.
2. i think there are too many useless and expensive trading and investment courses out there
3. Becoz i benefitted frm many kind souls sharing in this forum. :)
4. i want the free stuff :D


In all ways, this is NOT a get rich quick system.
It is very much a get reasonable returns slowly and boringly. (not even get rich slowly)
at the very most, for the ordinary folks, we will likely accumulate enuff for a stream of consistent dividends payout in 10-20 yrs time.

This is not for u if
1. u like to see exciting and volatile moves
2. u want to find the nxt googl, the nxt tsla, the nxt nflx
3. u want to super fast growers


why shud u sign up thru me?
no need to. if fact u can get yr own referral link and get yr frens to sign up too and get yr own freebies.


Plz we are all here to learn frm one another.
Most importantly, dyodd.
Peace.

Mr. Wood 29-04-2019 09:28 PM

Quote:

Sure Dividend
LONG-TERM INVESTING IN HIGH-QUALITY DIVIDEND STOCKS
April 2019 Edition
Dividend or distribution yield is included next to each security’s ticker symbol.

A-Rated Dividend Risk Stocks
1. Bank OZK (OZK): 2.9%
2. AbbVie Inc. (ABBV): 5.2%
3. Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. (WBA): 3.2%
4. Eaton Vance Corp. (EV): 3.4%
5. Leggett & Platt Inc. (LEG): 3.6%
6. T. Rowe Price Grp. Inc. (TROW): 2.9%
7. Community Trust Bancorp Inc. (CTBI): 3.5%
8. Tompkins Financial Corp. (TMP): 2.6%
9. United Bankshares Inc. (UBSI): 3.7%
10. Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (ADM): 3.3%
11. Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW): 2.7%
12. Target Corp. (TGT): 3.2%
13. Federal Realty Inv. Trust (FRT): 3%
14. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): 2.6%
15. Computer Services Inc. (CSVI): 2.5%
16. Infosys Ltd (INFY): 2.9%
17. Emerson Electric Co. (EMR): 2.8%
18. Genuine Parts Co. (GPC): 2.7%
19. 3M Co. (MMM): 2.7%
20. Franklin Resources Inc. (BEN): 3.1%
21. The Procter & Gamble Co. (PG): 2.8%
22. Black Hills Corp. (BKH): 2.8%
23. WEYCO Grp. Inc. (WEYS): 2.9%
24. Ameriprise Financial Inc. (AMP): 2.6%
25. AmerisourceBergen Corp. (ABC): 2.2%
26. Caterpillar Inc. (CAT): 2.5%
27. Imperial Oil Ltd (IMO): 2.1%
28. Farmers & Merchants Bancorp (FMCB): 1.9%
29. 1st Source Corp. (SRCE): 2.4%
30. Commerce Bancshares Inc. (CBSH): 1.8%
31. W.W. Grainger Inc. (GWW): 1.8%
32. PPG Industries Inc. (PPG): 1.7%
33. Carlisle Companies Inc. (CSL): 1.3%
34. Parker-Hannifin Corp. (PH): 1.7%
35. Sysco Corp. (SYY): 2.4%
36. General Dynamics Corp. (GD): 2.4%
37. Lowe's Companies Inc. (LOW): 1.8%
38. Stanley Black & Decker Inc. (SWK): 1.9%
39. Pentair plc (PNR): 1.6%
40. UMB Financial Corp. (UMBF): 1.9%
41. ABM Industries Inc. (ABM): 1.9%
42. McDonald's Corp. (MCD): 2.5%
43. Dover Corp. (DOV): 2%
44. H.B. Fuller Co. (FUL): 1.3%
45. The Travelers Companies Inc. (TRV): 2.3%
46. V. F. Corp. (VFC): 2.4%
47. Sonoco Products Co. (SON): 2.7%
48. The Gorman-Rupp Co. (GRC): 1.6%
49. Aflac Inc. (AFL): 2.2%
50. RPM Intl. Inc. (RPM): 2.4%
51. Medtronic plc (MDT): 2.2%
52. UGI Corp. (UGI): 2%
53. Tennant Co. (TNC): 1.5%
54. SJW Grp. (SJW): 2%
55. Walmart Inc. (WMT): 2.2%
56. Bemis Co. Inc. (BMS): 2.3%
57. Abbott Laboratories (ABT): 1.6%
58. Hormel Foods Corp. (HRL): 2%
59. Colgate-Palmolive Co. (CL): 2.5%
60. Connecticut Water Service Inc. (CTWS): 1.8%
61. Cincinnati Financial Corp. (CINF): 2.6%
62. Lancaster Colony Corp. (LANC): 1.7%
63. American States Water Co. (AWR): 1.6%
64. The Goldman Sachs Grp. Inc. (GS): 1.6%
65. Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV): 1.2%
66. Perrigo Co. plc (PRGO): 1.6%
67. Textron Inc. (TXT): 0.2%
68. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd (CP): 0.9%
69. American Express Co. (AXP): 1.4%
70. Donaldson Co. Inc. (DCI): 1.5%
71. FedEx Corp. (FDX): 1.4%
72. A. O. Smith Corp. (AOS): 1.6%
73. The Sherwin-Williams Co. (SHW): 1%
74. Becton, Dickinson & Co. (BDX): 1.2%
75. Ross Stores Inc. (ROST): 1.1%
76. CSX Corp. (CSX): 1.3%
77. Dillard's Inc. (DDS): 0.6%
78. Brady Corp. (BRC): 1.8%
79. Brookfield Asset Mgmt. Inc. (BAM): 1.4%
80. The TJX Companies Inc. (TJX): 1.5%
81. Nordson Corp. (NDSN): 1%
82. Church & Dwight Co. Inc. (CHD): 1.3%
83. McCormick & Co. Inc. (MKC): 1.5%
84. MSA Safety Inc. (MSA): 1.5%
85. Brown-Forman Corp. (BF.B): 1.3%
86. Stepan Co. (SCL): 1.1%
87. Ecolab Inc. (ECL): 1%
88. Advance Auto Parts Inc. (AAP): 0.1%
89. Roper Technologies Inc. (ROP): 0.5%
90. Atmos Energy Corp. (ATO): 2.1%
91. Cintas Corp. (CTAS): 1%
92. Middlesex Water Co. (MSEX): 1.8%
93. Tootsie Roll Industries Inc. (TR): 1%
94. MGE Energy Inc. (MGEE): 2%
95. California Water Service Grp. (CWT): 1.5%
96. West Pharmaceutical Srvcs. Inc. (WST): 0.5%
97. RLI Corp. (RLI): 1.2%
98. Aon plc (AON): 0.9%
99. Mastercard Inc. (MA): 0.6%
100. Visa Inc. (V): 0.6%
101. NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA): 0.4%
102. Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST): 1%

Mr. Wood 29-04-2019 09:40 PM

Quote:

The Sure Dividend Top 10 – April 2019
Name (Ticker) -- Fair Value -- Exp. Returns -- Div. Yield -- Payout Ratio

Bank OZK (OZK) $46 8.8% 2.8% 24%

AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) $113 6.5% 5.2% 50%

Walgreens (WBA) $78 7.6% 3.3% 30%

Eaton Vance
Corp. (EV) $54 5.1% 3.3% 42%

Cardinal
Health (CAH) $71 8.8% 4.1% 28%

WestRock
Co. (WRK) $54 8.0% 4.7% 40%

CVS Health
Corp. (CVS) $75 7.1% 3.8% 30%

AT&T (T) $43 6.9% 6.4% 55%

Western
Digital (WDC) $61 3.6% 3.9% 29%

People’s
United (PBCT) $19 2.3% 4.2% 49%

Mr. Wood 29-04-2019 11:48 PM

http://i.imgur.com/oQJFzTz.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/6UvP0Fl.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/WklMuZR.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/pIsyMVm.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/53JmfPA.jpg

Mr. Wood 30-04-2019 08:19 AM

Seeking Income? Dividend Aristocrats Are King
By Robert Rapier

Investors seeking long-term dividend growth should become familiar with the S&P 500's Dividend Aristocrats.

By definition, a Dividend Aristocrat must be in the S&P 500 index and have recorded dividend increases for at least the past 25 consecutive years. A company must also meet certain market capitalization and liquidity requirements to appear on the list.

Why should investors care about this list? Dividend Aristocrats have historically outperformed the S&P 500. Over the past 10 years, the Dividend Aristocrats have earned 16.4% annually, versus 15.2% for the S&P 500. They have likewise outperformed the S&P 500 for the most recent one-year and five-year periods, but did lag the S&P 500 over the past three years.


There are two caveats I should mention on the Dividend Aristocrats. Even companies with a long track record of dividend increases can implode. General Electric (NYSE: GE) was on the list until 2010, and only came off after the share price had fallen more than 50% as a result of the financial crisis.

Second, you might expect that companies that have raised their dividends for at least 25 consecutive years would have attractive dividends. You would be wrong for the most part. Most of the companies on the list have yields that are pretty low for dividend investors.

Of the 57 companies on the current list, 43 yield less than 3%. The average yield for the entire list is 2.46%. But that's still a bit better than the S&P 500, which has seen its yield drop to 1.9%.

Mr. Wood 30-04-2019 08:23 AM

For those interested in investing in the entire list of Dividend Aristocrats, the fastest and easiest is via ETF

PROSHARES TR/S&P 500 DIVID ARIST
BATS: NOBL
NOBL:US

Total Assets (M USD) (On 04/26/2019) 4,667.594
Inception Date 10/10/2013
Current Mgmt Fee 0.35%
Expense Ratio 0.35%
Dividend Indicated Gross Yield 1.40%
1 Year Return 12.96%
3 Year Return 11.16%
5 Year Return 11.28%

homer123 30-04-2019 08:39 AM

30 % withholding tax !

DukeCS33 30-04-2019 09:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr. Wood (Post 120528372)
For those interested in investing in the entire list of Dividend Aristocrats, the fastest and easiest is via ETF

PROSHARES TR/S&P 500 DIVID ARIST
BATS: NOBL
NOBL:US

Total Assets (M USD) (On 04/26/2019) 4,667.594
Inception Date 10/10/2013
Current Mgmt Fee 0.35%
Expense Ratio 0.35%
Dividend Indicated Gross Yield 1.40%
1 Year Return 12.96%
3 Year Return 11.16%
5 Year Return 11.28%

Thanks for sharing Mr Wood.

I would like to share some thoughts.

Investors based in Singapore would be exposed to FX risk when they invest. The expected div yield after adjusting for withholding tax and FX may not beat investing into Singapore Reits. It does offer some diversification benefits one needs to be comfortable holding on to USD which tends to weaken agst the SGD as MAS typically maintains an appreciating stance.

prophetjul 30-04-2019 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by homer123 (Post 120528593)
30 % withholding tax !

THIS. Real issue for me.
I only look at dividend yield above 8%. For pure dividend play

prophetjul 30-04-2019 09:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr. Wood (Post 120528372)
For those interested in investing in the entire list of Dividend Aristocrats, the fastest and easiest is via ETF

PROSHARES TR/S&P 500 DIVID ARIST
BATS: NOBL
NOBL:US

Total Assets (M USD) (On 04/26/2019) 4,667.594
Inception Date 10/10/2013
Current Mgmt Fee 0.35%
Expense Ratio 0.35%
Dividend Indicated Gross Yield 1.40%
1 Year Return 12.96%
3 Year Return 11.16%
5 Year Return 11.28%

This ETF looks good. Maybe we wont get taxed for capital gains. :)

homer123 30-04-2019 09:31 AM

Above 8 % is high risk of dividend cut..look at centurylink.. Above 10% yield, shareprice drop more than 25% this year after dividend cut

Quote:

Originally Posted by prophetjul (Post 120529115)
THIS. Real issue for me.
I only look at dividend yield above 8%. For pure dividend play


limster 30-04-2019 10:35 AM

US Dividend Aristocrat ETF listed in LSE only 15% WHT - UDVD. but I have doubts of the dividend aristocrat methodology.

My preferred dividend ETF which includes US stocks is WQDV. The spread is 0.01 while the spread for UK listed SPDR ETFs is usually a lot wider

Mr. Wood 30-04-2019 12:11 PM

http://i.imgur.com/EXxdwtZ.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/yh2jPgM.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/9lfQBgJ.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/F6HuaU5.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/MNaNQ7Y.jpg

edit: ABBV is not exactly an aristocrat. It was spun off frm Abbot.

Mr. Wood 30-04-2019 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DukeCS33 (Post 120528902)
Thanks for sharing Mr Wood.

I would like to share some thoughts.

Investors based in Singapore would be exposed to FX risk when they invest. The expected div yield after adjusting for withholding tax and FX may not beat investing into Singapore Reits. It does offer some diversification benefits one needs to be comfortable holding on to USD which tends to weaken agst the SGD as MAS typically maintains an appreciating stance.

Quote:

Originally Posted by homer123 (Post 120528593)
30 % withholding tax !

very practical concerns.
withholding tax and fx risk.

but for US stocks, I can buy mainly like 10shares with low comms, so it makes some sense than the high comms with sg brokers. dis is my rational for diversify with smaller capital into US.

Mr. Wood 30-04-2019 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by prophetjul (Post 120529285)
This ETF looks good. Maybe we wont get taxed for capital gains. :)

no cap gains tax. only tax on divs which the broker will deduct be4 crediting into yr accnt.


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