Dividend Growth Stocks Week in Review for July 9, 2016

Rustoleum is one of RPM's well-known brands.  The chemical company announced
a 27.5 cent per share dividend this week.
Photo: Flickr.com/Mike Mozart

The summer doldrums continued this week, with only 3 members of the High Yield Dividend Aristocrats index announcing regular dividend payouts, specifically a specialty chemical manufacturer, a manufacturer of drug delivery systems and a factory outlet REIT.  No S&P Dividend Aristocrats that announced dividends.  Read on for the details….

S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats

None this week.

S&P 500 High Yield Dividend Aristocrats

RPM International Inc. (RPM)

Industry: Chemicals – Specialty

Dividend Payment: 27.5 cents per share

Dividend Paid On: 7/29

Stock Goes Ex-Dividend (own the stock before this date to collect the dividend): 7/14

Number of Years of Dividend Increases: 42

Current Forward Yield: 2.20%

 

Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. (SKT)

Industry: REIT – Retail

Dividend Payment: 32.5 cents per share

Dividend Paid On: 8/15

Stock Goes Ex-Dividend (own the stock before this date to collect the dividend): 7/27

Number of Years of Dividend Increases: 22

Current Forward Yield: 3.19%

 

West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. (WST)

Industry: Healthcare – Medical Instruments

Dividend Payment: 12 cents per share

Dividend Paid On: 8/3

Stock Goes Ex-Dividend (own the stock before this date to collect the dividend): 7/18

Number of Years of Dividend Increases: 24

Current Forward Yield: 0.63%

Next Week’s Ex-Dividend Stocks

Tuesday, July 12:

CLARCOR (CLC)

H. B. Fuller (FUL)

Wednesday, July 13:

AbbVie (ABBV)

Abbott (ABT)

Thursday, July 14:

C. R. Bard (BCR)

Federal Realty Investment Trust (FRT)

Hormel Foods (HRL)

RPM International Inc. (RPM)

Friday, July 15:

None.

Monday, July 18:

Caterpillar (CAT)

Lowe’s Companies (LOW)

West Pharmaceutical Services (WST)

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2 Comments

  1. AS a dividend stock investor, I prefer to stick to stocks with a yield of 2-4% anything lower is not considered in my book. It seems like the information is given to help investors find valuable companies, keep it up.

    • Jason says:

      EL:
      Thank you for the kind comment. You can use the Finviz.com stock screener to find stocks yielding between 2-4%; that’s one of my favorite tools, particularly if you start with a list of Dividend Aristocrats or other DG stocks. If you go to the Dividend Aristocrats or Other Dividend Growth Stocks pages, you can find a link to the Finviz.com screener for a variety of DG stocks.

      Cheers,
      HD