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Industrial Technology Company Boosts Dividends 20 Consecutive Years, Pays 2.4% Yield

Ned Piplovic | October 22, 2017
By: NED PIPLOVIC A company that provides industrial technology products and services currently offers investors a 2.4% dividend yield and has boosted its annual dividends every year for the past two decades. In addition to the 20-year rising dividend streak, the company’s annual dividend payout average growth rate is well into double-digit percentages. To complement the dividends income, the share price…

Paper Manufacturer Hikes Quarterly Dividends 2.7%, Pays 3.3% Yield

Ned Piplovic | October 21, 2017
By: NED PIPLOVIC An international paper and packaging company raised its quarterly dividends distribution 2.7% to boost its yield to 3.3%, while still delivering double-digit percentage share-price growth. The stock rose more than 20% and its combined total return from asset appreciation and dividends distribution approached 30% during the past 12 months. Additionally, the company has raised its annual dividend payout…

Health Care REIT Boosts Dividend 21 Consecutive Quarters

Ned Piplovic | October 20, 2017
By: NED PIPLOVIC One of the largest health care equity real estate investment trusts (REIT) in the United States just boosted its dividend for the 21st consecutive quarter and pays an above-average yield of 8.2%. Its share price traded mostly sideways over the last year and is currently within a couple percentage points of the level that it was 12 months…

A Tasty Fixed-to-Floating-Rate Preferred Sold

Tim McPartland | October 19, 2017
Teekay LNG Partners (NYSE: TGP), a limited partnership, has sold 6 million units of a $25/unit fixed-to-floating-rate preferred with an initial coupon of 8.50%. This coupon will remain fixed for a period of 10 years prior to the coupon floating at three-month LIBOR, plus 624.1 basis points. LIBOR, also known as the London InterBank Offered Rate, is the annualized average…
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Appliances Manufacturer Offers 7 Years of Dividend Boosts, Pays 2.5% Yield

Ned Piplovic | October 19, 2017
By: NED PIPLOVIC The number one major appliance manufacturer in the world provided seven consecutive years of dividend boosts and currently pays a 2.5% dividend yield. In addition to the current streak of consecutive annual dividend boosts, the company did not cut its dividend in the last 20 years. Also, an 11.3% asset appreciation accompanied the dividend boosts to reward investors…
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