Just released …
- Reliable MONTHLY dividend income
- Dividend growth with yields as high as 8%+
- Capital appreciation
- Accelerated compounding
These 10 stocks make a great addition to your portfolio. Start to reap the income-generating benefits of steady, monthly dividends.
Dear Fellow Investor,
Dividend-paying stocks are favorites of retirees and other investors who live off income from their investing portfolios. Like bonds, dividend-paying stocks provide a steady income stream you can spend without eroding your principal. Unlike bonds, many stocks increase their dividends over time, so your income stream can actually rise each year.
Dividend History of 10 Top Monthly Dividend Stocks
These 10 monthly dividend-paying stocks have a long, steady history of paying dividends, and most are increasing. They’ll make great, income-generating additions to your portfolio.
However, most companies only pay dividends every three months. That can create an uneven income stream, with big spikes in months when high-yielding holdings pay dividends and dips in other months. These fluctuations can be challenging for investors budgeting based on their investment income.
But there are a few very special stocks that make distributions to shareholders every single month!
Monthly dividend payers are rare: there are less than fifty of them. But investors like them for a reason. Investors who own these stocks see cash distributions appear in their accounts every thirty days, just like a social security check!
If you’re retired, stocks that pay dividends monthly are a perfect source of regular income you can use to pay bills or rent or buy groceries. Non-retirees also find monthly dividends attractive because they compound faster.
Of these fifty monthly dividend stocks about half are REITs, or real estate investment trusts. The rest are mostly energy companies and financials. They tend to have high yields: the majority yield over 4%, and a handful yield over 7%!
Of course, like any high yield investment, some are high risk: high yields are often a sign of high-risk, unsustainable business practices.
But others can be quite stable, since investors use them more like bonds: buying for income, rather than price appreciation, and holding on. That makes these monthly dividend stocks great long-term investments you can use to create a high-yielding, enviably consistent monthly income stream.
This report includes profiles of my 10 top monthly dividend stocks, each of which offers a unique mix of yield, capital appreciation and safety. Take a look at the charts of their dividends over the last five years. These are just some of the stocks profiled in this brand new report:
- This New York-based company pays monthly dividends of over 8%!!! If you’re looking for high monthly income, make sure this is on your list.
- This stock has been growing its dividend by 3%-5% each year since 2011 and now has an annual yield of almost 6%.
- This REIT has been growing its dividends and now has an annual yield of almost 5%, and it’s fairly recession-resistant so that’s a big plus.
- Another REIT with a yield of more than 5%.
- With a yield 7.6%, you’ll certainly want to take a look at this one.
If you’re looking for monthly income, you’re sure to find at least one that’s right for you.
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Yours for high income and asset appreciation,
Chloe Lutts Jensen,
Chief Analyst, Cabot Dividend Advisor