81 Top Yield Stocks With Ex-Dividend Date December 2012
Monthly High Yield Shares Researched By “long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. High yield investing is popular especially just before the next dividend payout. In order to receive the next dividend, investors must take a look at the ex-dividend date. If you own a share or fund before this day, you will receive the next dividend. I screened interesting high yielding stocks going ex-dividend within the next month – December 2012. As result, we found 81 stocks with an average dividend yield of 6.51 percent. Twelve stocks have a double-digit yield and fourty a buy or better recommendation.
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Hanger Orthopedic Group, Inc. (NYSE:HGR) announced that it plans to report its results of operations for the quarter ended June 30, 2011, on Thursday, July 28, 2011. The Company plans to issue a press release announcing the results for the quarter ended June 30, 2011 on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 after the close of the market.
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Leggett & Platt, Incorporated (NYSE:LEG) pledged to donate $1 million toward tornado relief for the Joplin community. As one of the largest employers in the area, the Carthage-based company has many employees who sustained significant personal loss in the unprecedented storm that leveled a large section of neighboring Joplin, MO.
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A successful dividend growth investor must start young enough to allow time for dividend growth to occur. What happens when a person waits too late in life to start investing and they need immediate income? Many times the person will invest in high-yield, high-risk stocks and lose their savings.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) and closed-end funds (CEFs) are composed of many different individual securities. This usually results in uneven dividend distributions. Some funds have tried to address this with a managed distribution policy. In short, a managed distribution policy is management’s commitment to make a fixed periodic dividend payment.