Ex Dividends for the Week of 11/29/2020

There are a number of key dividend stocks going ex-dividend this week. Here’s a list of the ones I like with their yield, 5 year dividend growth rate, and a projected 10 year yield on cost given their current yield and growth rate.

CompanyTickerYieldDGR510yr YOC
Lockheed MartinLMT2.78%9.7%6.99%
Tiffany & Co.TIF1.76%8.8%4.10%
Coca ColaKO3.11%4.6%4.86%
Key BankKEY4.53%29.6%60.55%
Goldman SachsGS2.12%24.4%18.79%
Home DepotHD2.17%25.4%20.87%
Nvidia Corp.NVDA0.12%4.6%0.19%
Waste ManagementWM1.83%7.7%3.85%
Kimberly ClarkKMB3.03%3.8%4.41%
Genuine Products CoGPC3.21%5.1%5.26%
D.R. Horton, Inc.DHI1.05%20.5%6.80%

Home Depot, Goldman Sachs, and Key Bank are the serious growers here with the potential to have huge double digit yield on cost over the next 10 years if they continue growing at their current pace. I will warn that Goldman and Key are financials and have regulators that may hamper their ability to grow dividends because of capital requirements. Home Depot is fantastic though.

Costco (COST) also has a $10 special dividend that goes ex-dividend this week. They have benefited from very high traffic given the situation with Covid.

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