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Letting Dividends Do Their Work

Dividend Investing Information, Tools, And Forms


U.S. Dividend Champions

Dividend Champions are companies that have increased their dividend every year for the past 25 years. Contenders have increased their dividend for the past 10 years, and Challengers the past five years. The idea for the spreadsheet was created in 2008 by Dave Fish (deceased in 2018), and is now available and updated every Friday afternoon at Dividend Radar.

~ Updated monthly on the 1st of the month ~
Dividend Champions Excel Spreadsheet
Dividend Champions in PDF Format

Dividend Radar is a weekly update of securities that have raised their yearly dividend payouts for at least five years, and has the most up-to-date listing. Why Dividend Radar?

Historic compilation of Dividend Champions

Canadian Dividend All-Star List

Canadian companies with five or more consecutive years of dividend increases. Download here Maintained by DGI&R of Dividend Growth Investing & Retirement

European Dividend Champions

European Dividend Champions is based on the 40 highest dividend-yielding Eurozone companies within the S&P Europe 350 index and a managed dividends policy of increasing or stable dividends for at least 10 consecutive years. Maintained by Patrick Neuwirth

Stock Rover
Stock Rover has been named Best Buy and Hold Screener by Investopedia

Eurozone Dividend Champions

Eurozone Dividend Champions List is an Excel spreadsheet with a lot of stock information on Eurozone companies that have increased or maintained their dividend for 5 or more calendar years in a row. Maintained by Christophe Soulet

UK Dividend Champions

The UK Dividend Champions List is an excel spreadsheet with a lot of stock information on UK companies that have increased or maintained their dividend for 5 or more calendar years in a row. Maintained by Christophe Soulet

Global CCC List

The Global CCC List is a non-periodical publication tracking public companies with a history of increasing their dividends by SDS (Seductive Dividend Stocks).


Dividend Spreadsheet

A simple Google Sheets spreadsheet for tracking your dividend portfolio.


Dividend Calendar

The Dividend Calendar lets you see in which month you need to own the stock to get dividends according to the ex-date and when dividends get paid according to the payment date.


Dividend Tracking

Dividend Meter is a spreadsheet created in Google Sheets. It automatically imports current stock quotes and annual dividend figures,calculates dividend yields, and displays the total annual expected dividend amount in a colorful gauge chart.

Track Your Dividends makes it easy to track all your Canadian and US dividend income all in one easy to use interface.

DiviTrack displays all the important metrics you need to know and explains how they calculated them.


Investment Analysis

Stock Rover is a powerful investment analysis tool that goes well beyond what investors are used to from existing equity research sites. It is fully mobile, working seamlessly on desktops, laptops, tablets and phones.


Portfolio Management

Stock.Div lets you manage your portfolio easily and conveniently, where everything you need to make better decisions about your portfolio is right at your fingertips.



Portfolio Slicer is a free Excel workbook that lets you track your investments (stocks, ETFs, mutual funds) your way.


An Excel spreadsheet holding a sample budget



Dividend Income Calculator was developed to help users better define particular companies ripe for investment.

RRSP Calculator and TFSA Calculator will help you understand how much you can contribute to your RRSP and TFSA and how your savings could grow in the future.

Financial Calculators in the finance section of The Calculator Site feature useful financial calculator tools for loans, car/auto loans, compound interest, savings, mortgages and more.

Good Calculators is a collection of online calculators for use in every day domestic and commercial use.

Retirement Calculator uses data from the S&P 500, 10 Year Treasury Bond, 30 Day Treasury Bills, and US inflation data to determine how long your savings and investments will last in retirement.