While Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) may both have small dividend yields, they have still proven to be good dividend stocks in recent years, thanks to their well-roundedness as income-generating investments.
Today, both companies continue to look like great dividend stocks.
What is Apple’s dividend?
Apple’s current dividend and policy
After all, Apple’s dividend yield currently stands at just 1.6%, and the payout ratio based on trailing-12-month earnings per share is just 26%.
Is Apple a dividend paying stock?
In 2012, however, Apple started paying a dividend and surpassed dividend darling Exxon in 2017 to pay the biggest dividend in the world. As of November 2018, Apple paid shareholders a dividend of 73 cents per share.
Is Apple a safe stock?
They could consider buying shares of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). While a tech stock may not be your typical choice as a “safe” investment to ride out a recession, Apple is an exception and a better buy than many of its growth stock peers.
How much does Apple pay in dividends per share 2019?
2019 was 0.15. As of today, Apple’s Dividend Yield % is 1.35%. During the past 12 months, Apple’s average Dividends Per Share Growth Rate was 7.80% per year. During the past 3 years, the average Dividends Per Share Growth Rate was 11.20% per year.
Does Coca Cola pay a dividend?
The quarterly dividend announced by Coca-Cola in February 2019 was 40 cents a share. That represents a yield of about 3.41%, roughly double the average dividend paid by consumer goods stocks. Coca-Cola has a $203 billion market cap as of April 18, 2018.
Does Netflix pay a dividend?
Don’t expect a dividend from Netflix
As long as they pose a competitive threat, Netflix isn’t going to give cash to shareholders through dividends. Instead it’ll keep doubling down on the prospects of its internal business, looking to sustain exponential growth as long as it can.