Ex Dividends for the Week of 12/15/2020

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
Universal Health Realty Income TrustUHT3.99%1.5%4.63%
SynovusSNV4.07%35.7%86.34%
Sempra EnergySRE3.27%8.6%8.26%
Chubb LimitedCB2.03%2.8%2.68%
PrologisPLD2.38%8.1%5.17%
Broadcom *AVGO3.55%47.2%Absurd%
J&J Snack FoodsJJSF1.51%11.0%4.30%
Western UnionWU4.07%7.7%8.56%
* I own, DGR5 = 5 Year Dividend Growth Rate, 10 yr YOC = Yield on Cost in 10 years if DGR5 continues

Broadcom is the only one that I own in this list with Synovus, Sempra, and Western Union I would consider adding to my income focused dividend portfolio. Broadcom raised their dividend by 10% last week, which is slightly disappointing given the run in their stock price over the last year. I did not include their projected 10 year yield on cost because because their DGR5 is absurd. If we were to project out their YOC at their 10% raise it would be 9.2% which is nice. 10% is my benchmark so it is slightly under. Synovus is warranting some further research as their combination of yield and growth is interesting.

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