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Top dividend stocks for August 2024

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Thanks to the power of compounding, reinvesting dividends and holding on to successful stocks over the long term can help investors build generational wealth. Regular payments from quarterly or monthly dividend stocks can simplify financial planning, especially if you rely on your portfolio for income. These consistent dividends can also provide peace of mind during market downturns. Owning shares in companies that consistently distribute dividends offers investors stability through recurring income. Patience is key when investing for income.  

Here is the list of top U.S. dividend stocks available on Fundvest to keep an eye on in August 2024:

 

NASDAQ: Caseys General Stores Inc(CASY) 

Dividend to be paid in August 15: 0,5 USD 

Stock price(as of 25.06.2024): 380, 82 USD 

Dividend yield(yearly): 0,54% 

Ex-dividend date for August dividend: 01.08.2024 

Payment date: 15.08.2024 

 

 NYSE: Rtx Corp(RTX) 

Dividend to be paid in September 5: 0, 63 USD 

Stock price(as of 25.06.2024): 101,96 

Dividend yield(yearly): 2,39% 

Ex-dividend date for August dividend: 16.08.2024 

Payment date 05.09.2024 

 

NASDAQ: Starbucks Corporation(SBUX) 

Dividend to be paid in August 30: 0, 57 USD 

Stock price(as of 25.06.2024): 79,73 USD 

Dividend yield(yearly): 2,85% 

Ex-dividend date for August dividend: 16.08.2024 

Payment date 30.08.2024 

 

 

NYSE: Walmart Inc(WMT) 

Dividend to be paid in September 3: 0, 2057 USD 

Stock price(as of 25.06.2024): 67, 18 USD 

Dividend yield(yearly): 1,22% 

Ex-dividend date for August dividend: 16.08.2024 

Payment date 03.09.2024 

 

 

NYSE: Target Corporation(TGT) 

Dividend to be paid in September 10: 1, 12 USD 

Stock price(as of 25.06.2024): 147, 18 USD 

Dividend yield(yearly): 2,99% 

Ex-dividend date for August dividend: 21.08.2024 

Payment date 10.09.2024 

 

It is important to note, that the dividend payments are proposed by the management of the companies and approved by the shareholders meeting. Therefore, even companies that have a good and stable dividend history, might decrease their dividend or even stop paying them when encountering difficult times. Don’t forget to diversify your investment portfolio!  

* The ex-dividend date – usually investors (shareholders) who buy the Stock (shares) on the ex-dividend date or after will not receive a dividend for last period.   

Please be advised that the list presented is informative and not intended to be an investment advice suggesting specific stocks, but merely a presentation of facts. All Fundvest clients are encouraged to do their own research and make sure of their risk tolerance and financial capacity before making investment decisions. Please consult an expert, if necessary.     

In this article, Fundvest has used third party data, therefore Fundvest neither takes any responsibility for the data presented, nor intends to update the information presented in this article. Data can be updated.   

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