May Dividend Increases & Decreases

Good morning, afternoon, evening fellow reader

Something new to add to the blog posts and that’s companies that raised and lowered their dividend so you don’t have to search the internet to find out. But just in case you wanted to, here is the site that I use – https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/ – on the left hand side look for “Dividend History” and then search for your securities throughout your portfolio. I know there is a way to automate this with a API, I just haven’t had the time to get around to figuring it out.

But anyways, here are the dividend increases and decreases since last update of the ex-div/pay dates (about a month ago).

First the bad news, decreases, and luckily there was only 1, and I don’t think it’s bad enough to kick it out of the portfolio just yet, but do have my eye on it.

AGNC Investment Corporation (AGNC) – Previous: $0.18 – Dropped $0.02 to $0.16 a share – -11.11% decrease

And now the good news, the increases, got a lot of raises over the past month, which will just add to the compounding factor as time goes on.

The Clorox Company (CLX) – Previous: $0.96 – Increased $0.10 to $1.06 a share – 10.417% increase

Eaton Vance Limited Duration Income Fund of Beneficial Interest (EVV) – Previous: $0.067 – Increased $0.003 to $0.07 a share – 4.478% increase

Johnson and Johnson (JNJ) – Previous: $0.90 – Increased $0.05 to $0.95 a share – 5.556% increase

Leggett & Platt Incorporated (LEG) – Previous: $0.38 – Increased $0.02 to $0.40 a share – 5.263% increase

Main Street Capital Corporation (MAIN) – Previous: $0.20 – Increased $0.05 to $0.25 a share – 25% increase

MSA Safety Incorporated (MSA) – Previous: $0.38 – Increased $0.04 to $0.42 a share – 10.526% increase

Noble Energy Incorporated (NBL) – Previous $0.11 – Increased $0.01 to $0.12 a share – 9.091% increase

PepsiCo Incorporated (PEP) – Previous: $0.9275 – Increased $0.0275 to $0.955 a share – 2.965% increase

The Southern Company (SO) – Previous: $0.60 – Increased $0.02 to $0.62 a share – 3.333% increase

Nice addition to future dividend payments. Until next time.

2 Comments

    1. I think I’ll hold out for one more cut with them, it was small, and I have a huge list of stocks ready to swap. Just need to find the time to sit down and research.

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