Dividend Champions are companies that have increased their dividend every year for at least the past 25 years. Contenders have increased their dividend for at least the past 10 years, and Challengers the past five years. For the dividend investor this is an excellent source of information.
The spreadsheet and PDF files were originally created by Dave Fish and are now maintained by Justin Law, and updated every month.
A list of European Dividend Champions List 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
With the The Dividend Calendar 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.
The Dividend Meter is a spreadsheet created in Google Sheets. It automatically imports current stock quotes and annual dividend figures. The spreadsheet calculates dividend yields and displays the total annual expected dividend amount in a colorful gauge chart.
Track Your Dividends
Track Your Dividends makes it easy to track all your Canadian and US dividend income all in one easy to use interface.
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.
DCA Model Calculator Version AVersion BVersion B2Version CVersion D
Version A increases the dividend at the same rate as the price appreciation. Version B lets the user input a different rate of increase for the dividends. Version B2 allows for a prediction of 60 years. Version C takes things out 30 years and includes a graph and table of the results, and Version D users can use the values that are input for average monthly return and standard deviation, or they can find and enter their own for any index they choose too, or their expectations. Versions C and D are both thanks to Greg Player.