Apple pays a solid and growing dividend.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) generates a tremendous amount of cash flow.
As a result, not only can investors count on their $0.73-per-share quarterly dividend checks, but that dividend should also continue to grow for years to come.
What is Apple’s quarterly dividend?
Dividend stats on Apple
|Current Quarterly Dividend Per Share||$0.77|
|Number of Consecutive Years With Dividend Increases||8 years|
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What months does Apple pay dividends?
You can purchase shares before the 7th of February in order to receive the dividend, which the company will pay on the 13th of February. Apple’s next dividend payment will be US$0.77 per share, and in the last 12 months, the company paid a total of US$3.08 per share.
Does Apple increase dividends?
With a payout of roughly 30% of earnings, Apple paid a 2% dividend yield. Until 2019, most of Apple’s dividend increases amounted to about 10%. In 2018, a 16% dividend hike followed favorable changes in tax laws, giving shareholders even more confidence in the income Apple stock could give them.
What is Apple’s dividend yield?
About Dividend Yield (TTM)
For Apple, the company has a dividend yield of 0.96 compared to the Computer – Mini computers industry’s yield of 1.44. The company’s trailing twelve month (TTM) Dividend Yield calculates the indicated annual dividend divided by the stock price. This value is always expressed as a percentage.