Question: What Does Coke Pay In Dividends?

Coca-Cola Performance

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.

How often does Coca Cola pay a dividend?

The Company normally pays dividends four times a year, usually April 1, July 1, October 1 and December 15.

What is a typical dividend payout?

Good. A range of 0% to 35% is considered a good payout. A payout in that range is usually observed when a company just initiates a dividend. Typical characteristics of companies in this range are “value” stocks.

Is Google paying a dividend?

Like many technology stocks, Alphabet has never paid a dividend to shareholders. But as companies mature, and grow their profits and cash flow, their ability to pay a dividend rises as well. It appears Alphabet is easily able to pay a dividend; it simply has not made the decision to initiate a dividend yet.

What are the 10 best dividend paying stocks?

The 10 top-performing dividend stocks of 2019

RankCompanyDividend Yield*
8Phillips 66 Partners (NYSE:PSXP)5.6%
9The Southern Company (NYSE:SO)4%
10Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (NYSE:BIP)4%
S&P 5001.9%

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Which stock pays highest dividend?

If you’re looking to invest in high dividend yielding stocks, you may also be interested in the highest dividend yielding exchange-traded funds.

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Stock SymbolPEI
Company NamePenn Real Estate TrustREIT
Dividend Yield23.33%
Closing Price$3.51

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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.

Are dividends taxed?

The dividend tax rates that you pay on ordinary dividends are the same as the regular federal income tax rates. The dividend tax rate you will pay on ordinary dividends is 22%. Qualified dividends, on the other hand, are taxed at the capital gains rates, which are lower.

What’s a good payout ratio?

“A payout ratio that is around 80 percent is considered high. A company with a high payout ratio is generally on the cusp of declaring most or all the money it makes as dividends. The risk of the company cutting its dividends significantly increases.”

How is a dividend paid out?

You get paid simply for owning the stock! For example, let’s say Company X pays an annualized dividend of 20 cents per share. Most companies pay dividends quarterly (four times a year), meaning at the end of every business quarter, the company will send a check for 1/4 of 20 cents (or 5 cents) for each share you own.