Does Visa pay a dividend?
Dividends have never been a huge priority for Visa.
Ever since the card giant’s IPO in the late 2000s, Visa has routinely had its dividend yield below the 1% level.
With the overall stock market yielding closer to 2%, that’s left Visa off the radar for most dividend investors.
What is Visa’s dividend yield?
Visa (NYSE:V) Dividend Information
Visa pays an annual dividend of $1.20 per share, with a dividend yield of 0.79%. The company has grown its dividend for the last 11 consecutive years and is increasing its dividend by an average of 20.26% each year. Visa pays out 22.06% of its earnings out as a dividend.
Is Visa a good dividend stock?
Visa (V, $157.39) is among some awfully safe dividend stocks to buy now, even though it will never blow away income investors with its yield. But aggressive dividend growth will help investors’ yield on cost grow over time and contribute to what should be strong total returns.
What stocks pay the highest dividends?
List of 25 high-dividend stocks
|Symbol||Company Name||Dividend Yield|
|XOM||Exxon Mobil Corp||5.03%|
|BFS||Saul Centers Inc||3.98%|
|SLG||SL Green Realty Corp.||3.90%|
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