Do you better buy the dividend stock with a higher initial dividend or with higher dividend growth? Fans of dividend income ask themselves this question again and again when searching for the right dividend stocks. From now on, the Dividend Benchmark will help to you answer this question.
The Dividend Benchmark forecasts the dividend growth of a dividend stock over the next 20 years in a chart. In addition, up to 5 additional dividend stocks can be added as a benchmark. For instance, you can see in which year a stock with high dividend growth will pay more dividends than a stock with a higher initial dividend but lower dividend growth. Depending on your dividend strategy and investment horizon, this will be an argument for or against a dividend stock.
The picture below reveals that Unilever has the highest dividend growth and, as a result, is expected to have a higher dividend yield than any other stock from 2028 onwards.
Details about the calculation of the dividend forecast can be found in the documentation.
The dividend benchmark is not the only new feature. Several unique features have already been added to DividendStocks.Cash in the current year.
The separate presentation of special dividends ensures transparency regarding the composition of dividend payments:
The newly added Dividend Turbo calculates buy and sell signals and sends e-mail notifications based on the desired dividend yields you define:
The handling of share repurchases finally gives you a way to know whether earnings and dividends per share are increasing organically or due to financial engineering:
And starting from today the Dividend Benchmark helps you decide between a high initial dividend and dividend growth.
You can test all features with a free membership for an unlimited time. In addition, new stocks are constantly added to DividendStocks.Cash which already features more than 580 of the most popular dividend stocks in the world. If you are not yet familiar with all the possibilities of this platform, take the time to try it out.
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