Here’s a quick list of my dividend paying investments (stocks & ETFs). Not all of these consistently pay dividends and some of these I invested in prior to my love of dividends.
– Disney (DIS)
– Hasbro (HAS)
– Coca-Cola (KO)
– Nike (NKE)
– Starbucks (SBUX)
– Apple (AAPL)
– Wal-Mart (WMT)
– Microsoft (MSFT)
– Anheuser-Busch (BUD)
– Intel (INTC)
Roth IRA Account
– Activision/Blizzard (ATVI)
– Apple (AAPL)
– Direxion Mid Cap Bull 3x Shares (MIDU)
– J.C. Penney (JCP)
– Procter & Gamble (PG)
– ETRACS Monthly Pay 2x Leveraged Mortgage REIT (MORL)
In the future I plan on investing more in stocks/ETFs that have consistent quarterly or monthly dividend payouts.
To help build up the usefulness of this blog, I’m adding a few links to sites I like to use.
LOYAL3 Fee-Free Investing – No fees and you can start investing with only $10. This site allows you to buy partial shares of select stocks. For example, if you don’t have $600 to buy a share of Apple (current price) then you can buy $10, $20 or whatever you can afford of Apple (AAPL) stock. LOYAL3 isn’t my main source of investing but I use it for smaller buys.
StockSplitHistory.com – This site is more for “what if” investing scenarios. You can plug in a stock symbol and this site will show you how much you would’ve gained/lost if you had invested $10,000 ten years ago.
ETF Database – An excellent ETF screener. Very useful if you want to search ETFs by dividend yield or other attribute.
One final note here. I don’t have any connections to any of the sites linked here and can’t vouch for their accuracy or reliability. I use these at my own risk and you should too. If you have any links you’d like to share with me, please do so (NO SPAM PLEASE).