Coca-Cola has been around since the late 1800's and has been paying out dividends since 1893, that's 122 years. I bet your wishing old great grandpa could have bought in for pennies and i'd be rich now. Coca-Cola has also been consistently increasing its dividend payouts for 52 years, yup... every year for 52 years, sharing more and more of their profits with investors. That puts KO in the Dividend Kings category (1 of 17 companies on the Dividend Kings list).
Walmart has been around since 1962 and and has been paying out dividends since 1973
Pepsi may not be the number one soft drink on the planet, but being number two has its perks. Pepsi's Long term chart looks good for those that like to buy and hold and those who have many years to sit and wait it out. Here we like to trade Dividend Stocks to collect as many Dividend Checks as possible. Dividend Capturing is the strategy we like to use to leverage some proprietary Trading Software. This software allows us to single out those stocks that perform in a certain way.
Pepsi is a house hold name and a member of the Dividend Aristocrats. The Dividend Aristocrats are a small group of companies who consistently increase Dividend payments to their shareholders for a minimum of 25 years or more. Pepsi has some strong numbers when you put them up against their closest competitors. PEP scores a very respectable 92% in using the Dividend Capturing Strategy we are so fond of here. Every week We send out a newletter for those that want to collect some extra dividend checks. Come check out our new software.
MCD or better known around the world as McDonalds. Yes this house hold name is getting starred in another article, why? Because they deserve and so do you. McDonalds is known around the world and we all have some type of memory about going to McDonalds or bringing our kids there. MCD has been around for decades and they do serve as a stepping stone for many high school kids, whether it is a place to meet friends and hang out. A place to grab a quick bite to eat or even a first job for many young kids. Now it is time to look at MCD as an investment tool. MCD has a market cap of 92 Billion dollars. The stock recently it $94 and has a one year target of $95. The target is not the part to get excited about, MCD as a yield of 3.7%, even though tat is not extremely exciting, MCD has consistently scored over 95% on the Dividend Capturing Strategy. MCD is also one of the Dividend Aristocrats.... That means they have consistently increased their dividend payments to their investors for over 25 years. As for the Dividend Capturing, that is where you buy the stock, collect the dividend and resell for a small profit after date of record... a very profitable strategy if done right wit the right dividend stocks.
Both companies JNJ and MSFT have huge market caps in the hundreds of Billions of dollars. Let's see how they measure up... one on one.
Market Cap winner MSFT ... $343 - $283... Billion
Dividend yield winner MSFT ... 3.1% - 2.8%
Dividend Capture Score Tie ... 87%
Years increased Dividends JNJ ... 52 years - 10 years
10 year projected yield MSFT ... 16.4% - 5.1%
Just out of high school I decided to be self employed, after running a successful manufacturing business I had a problem of making more money than I knew what to do with. I started investing, after 23 years of investing I now want to share my strategy with a select few that want an extra edge in their own investing.