But for a man who covets dividends so much, some are left scratching their heads when they find out that Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway, does not pay a dividend for its shareholders – especially since the company’s cash pile is worth nearly $50 billion.
What are the 10 highest paying dividend stocks?
Here’s a closer look at each one of the top 10 highest-paying dividend stocks.
- Macy’s (M)
- Occidental Petroleum (OXY)
- Apache (APA)
- Kohl’s (KSS)
- ONEOK (OKE)
- Simon Property Group (SPG)
- Schlumberger (SLB)
- Invesco (IVZ)
What’s the difference between Berkshire Hathaway A and B shares?
Aside from the price, the main difference between Berkshire Hathaway Class A shares and Class B shares is that Class A shares can never be split, while Class B shares can.
How much does Warren Buffett make in dividends?
Though Buffett isn’t necessarily reinvesting his payouts, he is generating a boatload of dividend income each year for Berkshire Hathaway. When Yours Truly ran the numbers in January, Berkshire Hathaway was on track to generate more than $4.6 billion in dividend income this year.
Which stocks pay the best dividends?
Which Are The Best Dividend Stocks?
- Altria Group (MO) — 9.28% dividend yield.
- Enbridge (ENB) — 8.77% dividend yield.
- Apollo Global Management (APO) — 7.59% dividend yield.
- AT&T (T) — 7.23% dividend yield.
- Philip Morris (PM) — 6.3% dividend yield.