10 Dividend Growth Stocks for May 2022 (2023)

10 Dividend Growth Stocks for May 2022 (1)

my monthly series10 Dividend Growth Stocksfeatures ten Dividend Radar picks for further analysis and possible investments. To highlight different aspects of Dividend Growth (DG) investing, I'll use different screen stocks each month.

This month I evaluated the high qualitydiscounted stocks with a total return over 5 years of at least 10%. I used three different rating screens. Each share is discounted based on my fair value (FV) estimate, trades below my lower risk-adjusted purchase price, and has a forward return that exceeds the share's 5-year average return.

As always, I rank candidates by ranking them in descending order by quality score and using tie-breaking metrics where appropriate. My quality scoring system uses commonly used quality indicators from independent sources to assess the quality of dividend growth stocks.

Screening and Classification

For this month's article, I used the following screens:

  • Stocks on the dividend radar
  • High-quality actions (quality scores: 21-30)
  • Stocks with a 5-year total return of at least 10%
  • Stocks are trading below my FV estimate
  • Stocks are trading below my risk-adjusted "Buy Below" prices (see below)
  • Stocks whose future dividend yield is greater than the 5-year average dividend yield

My risk-adjusted "Buy Below" price allows premium valuations for the highest quality stocks, but requires discount valuations for the lowest quality stocks:

To estimate fair value (FV), I refer to fair value estimates and price targets from a variety of sources, including Portfolio Insight, Morningstar, and Finbox. Besides mefair value estimateusing the five-year average dividend yield of each stock. With up to 11 estimates and targets available, I ignore outliers (the lowest and highest values) and use the mean of the median and the mean of the remaining values ​​as my FV estimate.

The latest Dividend Radar (from May 12, 2023) contains 729 shares. Of these, 235 stocks have high quality scores (21-30), 281 have 5-year total returns of 10% or more, and 452 pass all of my rating screens. Only 63 Dividend Radar stocks make it through all of these screens.

I ranked these candidates by ranking their Quality Scores in descending order and breaking ties with the following metrics in order:

  • Sure dividends onlyDividend Security Scores
  • S&P globalcredit ratings
  • Future Dividend Yield

The top ten ranked candidates are listed below.

Top 10 Dividend Growth Stocks for May

Here are the top ten ranked DG stocks this month:

Top 10 Dividend Growth Stocks for May 2023

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I own all actions marked on myDivGro Portfolio.

The following company descriptions are my summary of company descriptions obtained from Finviz.

1. Ver (V)

Headquartered in San Francisco, California, V operates globally as a payment technology company. The company facilitates commerce through the transfer of value and information between consumers, merchants, financial institutions, corporations, strategic partners and government agencies. V provides its services under the Visa, Visa Electron, Interlink, V PAY and PLUS brands.

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Founded in 1964 and headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, NKE designs, develops, markets and sells athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories. The company's portfolio brands include NIKE, Jordan, Hurley and Converse. NKE sells its products to retail accounts, through NIKE-owned stores and websites, and through independent distributors and licensees.

3. Automatic data processing (ADP)

ADP offers technology-enabled human capital management and business process outsourcing solutions. These offerings include payroll, benefits administration, talent management, human resource management, time management, insurance services, retirement services, and tax and compliance services. ADP was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey.

4. Canadian National Railways (CNI)

CNI was founded in 1922 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. The company operates Canada's largest rail line and the only coast-to-coast rail line in North America. CNI offers transportation services including rail, intermodal container and trucking services. It also includes storage and distribution, logistics parks, freight forwarders, customs brokers, industrial development and maritime services.

5. Accenture plc (ACN)

Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, ACN provides technology and management advisory services to clients in all industries and geographies, including North America, Europe and emerging markets. ACN's operating segments are Communications, Media and Technology; Financial services; Health and Public Services; products; and sources

6. US State Water (AWR)

Founded in 1929 and headquartered in San Dimas, California, AWR provides electric and water services to residential and industrial customers in California through a holding company, Golden State Water Company. AWR provides water and sewer services to military installations in the United States through American States Utility Services, another holding company.

7. Thuisdepot (High Definition)

Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, HD is a home improvement retailer that sells a variety of building materials, home improvement products, and lawn and garden products. HD offers installation programs, home maintenance and professional service for do-it-yourselfers, DIYers and professionals.

8. Mastercard (MOTHER)

MA, a technology company, provides transaction processing and other payment-related products and services in the United States and internationally. The company offers payment solutions and services under the MasterCard, Maestro and Cirrus brands. MA was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Purchase, New York.

9. NextEra-Energy (MAIDEN)

NEE generates, ships, distributes and sells electric power to retail and wholesale customers in North America. The company generates electricity through wind, solar, nuclear, coal and natural gas facilities. It also develops, builds and operates assets focused on the generation of renewable energy. Founded in 1925, NEE is headquartered in Juno Beach, Florida.

10. intuitive (INTU)

INTU provides financial management and compliance products and services to consumers, small businesses, the self-employed, and accountants in the United States, Canada, and internationally. The company operates in three segments: small businesses and freelancers, consumers, and strategic partners. INTU was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Note that GD's top ten stocks are candidates for further analysis, not recommendations.

Key Statistics and Fair Value Estimates

Here are key metrics of interest to dividend growth investors, along with quality indicators and fair value estimates:

  • year: years of successive dividend increases

  • Which: Quality score of 30

  • forward performance: future dividend yield of a recent stockprecio

  • 5-average produce: Average dividend yield over 5 years

  • 5-DGR: 5-year compound annual dividend growth rate

  • 5-EGR: EPS 5-year compound annual growth rate

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  • 5-RGR: compound annual sales growth for 5 years

  • 5 years old: the expected cost return after five years of investment

  • ACN:Custom Fish Soup quantity

  • 5-TTR: Composite total return over 5 years

  • PD NAV: Value lineprice stability

  • VLFS: Value Line Financial Strength Ratings

  • EM EM: Morning Stareconomic foso

  • SP CR: S&P Global Credit Ratings

  • SS-DS: Only safe dividendsDividend Security Scores

  • Director General de IP: Portfolio overviewDividend Quality Figures

  • VF: my estimate of fair value

  • -Disk + Primary: discount or premium of the recent actionpreciofor meVFEstimation

  • Precio: recent share price

color coding

  • Tictac: Highlighted for stocks I own in my DivGro portfolio

  • Which:to seeThis articleby color scheme

  • forward performance: green yesforward performance5-average produce

  • 5 years old: green yes5 years old≥ 4.0%, yellow if5 years old≥ 2.5% (but less than 4.0%) and red if5 years old< 2,5%

  • Precio:green likePrecioVF

Created by the author from a personal spreadsheet. Key statistics and fair value estimates for GD's top ten stocks for May.

rang Company (ticker) Sector supersector
1 vista (V) Finance cyclic
2 NIKE (VAN) Discretionary Consumption cyclic
3 Automatic data processing (ADP) industrial Sensible
4 Canadian National Railway (CNI) industrial Sensible
5 Accenture-plc (ACN) Information technology Sensible
6 US state water (AWR) utilities Defensive
7 DIY Store (High Definition) Discretionary Consumption cyclic
8 MasterCard (MOTHER) Finance cyclic
9 NextEra Energy (MAIDEN) utilities Defensive
10 intuitive (INTU) Information technology Sensible


Here's a comparative analysis of an equally weighted portfolio of this month's top ten DG stocks, courtesy of Finbox.com:

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From a price-performance perspective, the portfolio would have outperformed the S&P 500 (represented by SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (espion)) over the past five years, with a return of 75% vs. 52% for SPY.VAN,MAIDEN, InHigh Definitionhave the highest profits according to analysts' price targets.

High Definition(3.00%) offers the highest forward returns, whileV(17.6%) inMOTHER(17.5%) have higher 5-year DGRs.

INTU(18),MOTHER(17), inHigh Definition(16) have the highest ACNs, andINTU(21.7%) has the highest total return in 5 years.

Only one of the actions (High Definition) goes through the five minesstock selection criteriafor adding new positions to my DivGro portfolio:

  1. Stock Quality: quality scores ≥ 21 (Extraordinary,Great, ofPrimaratings)
  2. stock valuation: Price ≤ Buy Below Price (trade below my risk-adjusted below buy price)
  3. growth outlook: Green ACN (likely to generate an annualized return of 8%)
  4. income outlook: 5-year YoC ≥ 4.00% (probably high YoCs after 5 years of ownership)
  5. dividend security: Dividend security scores > 60 (dividends consideredVery sureofSafe)

high definition is onedividend contenderwith a series of increasing dividends for 14 consecutive years.

HD's track record of earnings and dividend growth is impressive, and stock earnings and free cash flow payout ratios are "low for most companies" (according toSure dividends only).

based on my preferencetarget portfolio weights, my HD position is overweight about 31 stocks, which means I won't be adding any stocks to my HD position for the foreseeable future. However, HD is undervalued, trading 19% below my lower risk-adjusted purchase price. This is confirmed by the following valuation tables:

Portfolio InformationMixed fair valuecombines up to five PV estimates, two based on P/E and three estimates based on dividend yield. The estimates that are used depend on the growth characteristics of a stock, whether it is a hyper-growth, growth, or slow-growth stock. In the case of HD, a slow-growing stock, the five FV estimates are weighted equally to determine HD's mixed fair value ($347.07). Analyst consensus estimates are used to determine the two P/E-based FV estimates.

INTUit's the only stock in this month's top-ranked stocks that I don't own. Many dividend growth investors would balk at the idea of ​​investing in underperforming stocks like INTU, especially given the current high rate of inflation. With its 5-JK of 1.6%, INTU has poor earnings prospects, but is the best performing stock based on its 5-year lagged total returns.

make use of oneTotal Stock Return and Reinvestment of DividendsCalculator, a $10,000 investment in INTU ten years ago, with dividends reinvested, would be worth $77,160 today, for an annual return of 22.67%:

Those are remarkable total returns!

closing words

In this article, I ranked 63 high-quality discount Dividend Radar stocks with a total return of at least 10% over 5 years and presented the top ten ranked candidates.

I own all but one of the stocks in the top 10 this month. The exception is INTU, a low-yielding stock with high dividend growth and an impressive lagged total return.

HD looks like a solid pick this month, with INTU an interesting candidate for dividend growth investors looking for high total return prospects.

Depending on your investing style, you may want to focus on the following stocks first:

  • Forincomeinvestors:High Definition
  • Forvalorinvestors:High DefinitionInV
  • Forfocused on dividend growthinvestors:V,MOTHER,High Definition, InINTU
  • Forvery suredividends:V,VAN, InMAIDEN

As always, I encourage readers to do their due diligence before buying any stock I cover.

Thanks for reading and take care, everyone!

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FerdiS invests in dividend stocks and writes options to increase dividend income. He manages DivGro, a primarily dividend growth stock portfolio created in January 2013. With nearly 20 years of investing and trading experience, FerdiS enjoys writing articles on dividend growth investing, options trading, stock selection, asset management, portfolios and generation of passive income. His DivGro blog features over 1,000 posts and a live public spreadsheet with all the details of his DivGro portfolio, allowing readers to follow his investment journey. FerdiS collaborates with the founders of Portfolio Insight, an online platform for portfolio management and investment analysis. Together we maintain and publish weekly Dividend Radar, a free dividend growth stock spreadsheet.

Analyst Disclosure: I/we have an advantageous long position in the shares of V, NKE, ADP, CNI, ACN, AWR, HD, MA, NEE either through equity, options or other derivatives. I wrote this article myself and it expresses my own opinion. I receive no compensation for it (except from Seeking Alpha). I do not have a business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

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What are the top 10 dividend stocks to buy? ›

Securities Mentioned
Blackstone Inc BX$83.08 −0.16%
Pfizer Inc PFE$36.77 +0.80%
Phillips 66 PSX$94.94 −0.30%
Truist Financial Corp TFC$29.70 −0.47%
Verizon Communications Inc VZ$36.05 −0.22%
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How to make $1,000 a month in dividends? ›

Look for $12,000 Per Year in Dividends

To make $1,000 per month in dividends, it's better to think in annual terms. Companies list their average yield on an annual basis, not based on monthly averages. So you can make much more sense of how much you might earn if you build your numbers around annual goals as well.

What are the 5 highest dividend paying stocks? ›

Comparison Results
NamePriceAnalyst Price Target
T AT&T$16.31$22.73 (39.36% Upside)
XRX Xerox$14.54$15.33 (5.43% Upside)
IBM International Business Machines$127.26$147.38 (15.81% Upside)
CVX Chevron$155.23$188.94 (21.72% Upside)
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What stocks will go up in May 2022? ›

ADM, MOS, CTVA, EOG, and JNJ represent the best stocks to battle inflation for May 2022. This group has been able to handle volatile markets well. They're strong, fundamentally-sound stocks that pay dividends and are set up for success in inflationary environments.

How to make $500 a month in dividend stocks? ›

To build a dividend portfolio that pays you $500 in monthly dividends, you need at least 3 different stocks. One in each of the quarterly payment patterns. If you have 6 stocks, select 2 from each payment pattern. 9 dividend stocks, then choose 3 from each payment pattern.

Which stock has highest dividend yield? ›

No stock in the S&P 500 has a higher dividend yield than independent oil and gas company Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD (opens in new tab)).

How much for $500 a month in dividends? ›

A high-yield stock example

If the company is able to maintain its monthly dividend, investors need to invest only about $68,726 to earn $500 every month. Sienna pays out eligible dividends that are favourably taxed in non-registered accounts. Sienna has maintained or increased its dividend since at least 2010.

How much to make $200 a month in dividends? ›

It is simply calculated as $200 a month multiplied by 12 months in the year. Or, $2,400 in annual dividend income. Then take $2,400 and divide it by your dividend portfolio yield. Or, 4% in today's example.

How much to invest to get $4,000 a month in dividends? ›

A classic example: the SPDR S&P 500 Dividend ETF (SDY), which yields 2.1% now. That's pathetic for a dividend ETF, only a touch higher than the 1.6% the typical S&P 500 name pays. With this fund, you'd need to invest $2,330,000 to get $4,000 per month in passive income.

What are the three high yielding dividend stocks? ›

For investors less focused on growth, these high-dividend stocks all pay yields above 4.5%.
9 High-Yield Dividend Stocks to Buy.
CompanyYTD total return, which includes dividends, through May 12
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)-1.5%
Xerox Holdings Corp. (XRX)-1.4%
Newell Brands Inc. (NWL)-28%
Blackstone Inc. (BX)13.8%
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How do I find the best dividend paying stock? ›

The Bottom Line

If you plan to invest in dividend stocks, look for companies that boast long-term expected earnings growth between 5% and 15%, strong cash flows, low debt-to-equity ratios, and industrial strength.

How many dividend stocks should I own? ›

In a general opinion, even owning somewhere between 20 and 60 stocks can provide enough balance between diversification, trading costs, and time devoted to research. But it's highly important to remember that every individual investor has their own opinions over diversifying risks based on their tolerance.

What is the most promising stock for 2022? ›

Top 10 performing stocks in the S&P 500 in 2022
TickerTotal return in 2022
Hess Corp.HES94.1% 94.1% 94.1%
Exxon Mobil Corp.XOM87.4% 87.4% 87.4%
Marathon Petroleum Corp.MPC86.6% 86.6% 86.6%
Schlumberger NVSLB81.2% 81.2% 81.2%
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Jan 14, 2023

What are the top 10 stocks to buy right now? ›

Top 10 Stocks To Buy Right Now
  • ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE: NOW)
  • Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG)
  • Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN)
  • The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS)
  • Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: PANW)
  • The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA)
  • Prologis, Inc. (NYSE: PLD)
  • Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ)

What are the fastest growing stocks? ›

Fastest-Growing Stocks
Price ($)Market Cap ($B)
Apollo Global Management Inc. (APO)60.9334.8
Performance Food Group (PFGC)61.609.6
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH)14.146.0
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May 5, 2023

How to make 3k a month in dividends? ›

A $1.4 million portfolio of dividend stocks can reliably generate roughly $3,000 per month, based on today's yields. If you want monthly dividend income, make sure that you don't load up on stocks that all pay dividends at the same time.

How to make $50 dollars a month in dividends? ›

How To Make $50 A Month In Dividends: Your 5 Step Plan
  1. Open and fund a brokerage account.
  2. Identify dividend stocks and develop a watch list.
  3. Select the dividend stocks you would like to invest in.
  4. Invest in the dividend stocks of your choosing.
  5. Reinvest all dividends received.

How much money in dividends to make $300 a month? ›

averaging... a 9.73% annual yield and dole out payments to their shareholders every month. If you want to collect $300 in monthly income, you'd only need to invest $37,000, split equally, between these three supercharged monthly payers.

What are the best dividend stocks to buy and hold forever? ›

April 25, 2023, at 2:09 p.m. Identifying stocks to buy and hold for decades rather than months or years can be difficult.
7 Dividend Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever.
Dow Inc. (ticker: DOW)Materials5.1%
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS)Financials2.9%
Honeywell International Inc. (HON)Industrials2.1%
3M Co. (MMM)Industrials5.7%
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Apr 25, 2023

What stocks pay more than 6% dividend? ›

Some of the best dividend stocks paying over 6% include AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ), and Pioneer Natural Resources Company (NYSE:PXD).

Can you live off of dividends? ›

To live off of dividend income alone, you need to receive enough dividend payments each year to cover your expenses. Once you know how much income you need to cover your expenses, you can divide that by the average dividend yield of your portfolio to get a rough estimate of how much you need to invest.

How much will I have if I invest $500 a month for 10 years? ›

Length of Investment

For example, an investor who holds their portfolio for 10 years will put $60,000 into it (10 years of investing x 12 months per year x $500 per month), while an investor who holds the same portfolio for 20 years will contribute $120,000 worth of capital.

How do you make $5 000 a month in dividends? ›

How To Make $5000 A Month In Dividends In 7 Easy Steps
  1. Develop a long term perspective.
  2. Determine how much you can allocate for investment.
  3. Select dividend stocks that are consistent with your strategy.
  4. Invest in your selected dividend stocks regularly.
  5. Keep investment costs and trading to a minimum.

How much will I have if I invest $500 a month for 30 years? ›

If you simply match the historic stock market returns over the past 90 years -- returns that averaged 10% per year -- investing $500 per month will net you over $1 million in 30 years.

How can I make $1000 a month passively? ›

Passive Income: 7 Ways To Make an Extra $1,000 a Month
  1. Buy US Treasuries. ...
  2. Rent Out Your Yard. ...
  3. Rent Out Your Car. ...
  4. Rental Real Estate. ...
  5. Publish an E-Book. ...
  6. Become an Affiliate. ...
  7. Sell an Online Course. ...
  8. Bottom Line.
Mar 29, 2023

How much do you need to invest to get $1,000 a month? ›

Based on the $1,000 per month rule, an investor needs savings of $240,000 to withdraw $1K per month for 20 years during retirement. Fortunately, there are several ways to make $1K per month by investing instead of spending those savings.

How much do I need to make 100K in dividends? ›

You'll need to build your portfolio up to at least $1 million to make $100,000 each year through dividend investing.

How much to invest per month to become a millionaire in 5 years? ›

Let's say you want to become a millionaire in five years. If you're starting from scratch, online millionaire calculators (which return a variety of results given the same inputs) estimate that you'll need to save anywhere from $13,000 to $15,500 a month and invest it wisely enough to earn an average of 10% a year.

How much do dividends get taxed? ›

The maximum tax rate for qualified dividends is 20%, with a few exceptions for real estate, art, or small business stock. Ordinary dividends are taxed at income tax rates, which as of the 2023 tax year, maxes out at 37%.

How much money to make 50k a year on dividends? ›

The good news is that you can play straight down the middle, with investments yielding 7% to 8% and boasting payouts (and share prices) that grow. That means $650,000 in savings is enough to get a reliable $50,000 dividend stream.

What is a very good dividend yield? ›

What Is a Good Dividend Yield? Yields from 2% to 6% are generally considered to be a good dividend yield, but there are plenty of factors to consider when deciding if a stock's yield makes it a good investment. Your own investment goals should also play a big role in deciding what a good dividend yield is for you.

What type of dividend is best? ›

Stock dividends are thought to be superior to cash dividends as long as they are not accompanied by a cash option. Companies that pay stock dividends are giving their shareholders the choice of keeping their profit or turning it to cash whenever they so desire; with a cash dividend, no other option is given.

What is a high dividend payout? ›

Payout ratios that are between 55% to 75% are considered high because the company is expected to distribute more than half of its earnings as dividends, which implies less retained earnings. A higher payout ratio viewed in isolation from the dividend investor's perspective is very good.

What are the safest dividend stocks to buy right now? ›

Safe High Yielding Stocks
CompanyTickerPayout Ratio
Best BuyBBY50%
Regions FinancialRF35%
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Mar 21, 2023

What are the highest dividend stocks that pay monthly? ›

High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock #4: AGNC Investment Corporation (AGNC) High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock #3: PermRock Royalty Trust (PRT) High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock #2: ARMOUR Residential REIT (ARR) High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock #1: Orchid Island Capital (ORC)

What is Best Buy dividend growth rate? ›

And the median was 16.65% per year. Best Buy Co's Dividend Payout Ratio for the three months ended in Jan. 2023 was 0.40. As of today, Best Buy Co's Dividend Yield % is 4.98%.

Is it better to invest in dividend stocks or growth stocks? ›

If you are looking to create wealth and have a longer time horizon, staying invested in growth will enable you to enjoy longer returns. But if you are looking for a more immediate return and steady cash flow, dividend investing could be the best choice for you.

What is the 4% dividend rule? ›

The 4% rule is easy to follow. In the first year of retirement, you can withdraw up to 4% of your portfolio's value. If you have $1 million saved for retirement, for example, you could spend $40,000 in the first year of retirement following the 4% rule.

Do you get more dividends if you own more shares? ›

Dividends are issued to shareholders on a per-share basis. The more shares you own, the larger the dividend payment you receive.

What are the top 10 growing stocks 2022? ›

Best Performing Growth Stocks in 2022
  • Maxar Technologies Inc. (NYSE:MAXR)
  • Agilysys, Inc. (NASDAQ:AGYS)
  • CECO Environmental Corp. (NASDAQ:CECO)
  • Texas Pacific Land Corporation (NYSE:TPL)
  • NOV Inc. (NYSE:NOV)
  • MRC Global Inc. (NYSE:MRC)
  • e.l.f. Beauty, Inc. (NYSE:ELF)
Jan 2, 2023

What stock will grow the most in 2023? ›

Bank of America's Best Growth Stocks of 2023
CompanyForward Sales Growth Next Year
Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL)+11.8%
Eli Lilly (LLY)+19.4%
Match (MTCH)+13.0%
Progressive (PGR)+10.9%
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May 1, 2023

Which stock will boom in 2023? ›

Performance of the top 5 stocks of 2023
Stock SymbolMarket Price Rs1-year Returns (%)
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Apr 10, 2023

What stocks are booming right now? ›

CTLT Catalent Inc37.17+5.03
EPAM Epam Systems Inc247.50+9.38
BWA Borgwarner Inc46.15+1.17
DXC DXC Technology Co24.44+0.60
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What are the top 3 most active stocks today? ›

Most Actives
SymbolNamePrice (Intraday)
AMZNAmazon.com, Inc.116.25
AAPLApple Inc.175.16
NVDANVIDIA Corporation312.64
NIONIO Inc.8.07
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What stock makes you the most money? ›

25 Top-Paying Dividend Stocks That Will Make You Rich
  • Emerson Electric Company. Annual dividend: $2.00. ...
  • Aflac Inc. Annual dividend: $1.12. ...
  • Archer Daniels Midland. Annual dividend: $1.44. ...
  • Pepsico Inc. Annual dividend: $4.09. ...
  • Cincinnati Financial. ...
  • General Dynamics Corp. ...
  • Genuine Parts Company. ...
  • Raytheon Technologies Corp.
Oct 12, 2021

What stocks to buy for the next 5 years? ›

Growth stocks for next 5 years
S.No.NameCMP Rs.
1.Brightcom Group14.80
2.Man Infra93.20
3.BLS Internat.174.45
4.D-Link India243.35
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Is now a good time to buy growth stocks? ›

Although 2022 was a rough year for the stock market, growth stocks took more of a beating than others. With so much economic uncertainty about 2023, many investors may be wondering if it's safe to buy growth stocks again. The easy answer is yes.

What are the best US stocks to buy now? ›

Best US Stocks
Stock NameTickerMarket Cap
Microsoft CorporationMSFT1.705 T
Amazon.com Inc.AMZN1.089 T
Tesla, Inc.TSLA642.330 B
Johnson & JohnsonJNJ432.395 B
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What is the best dividend paying stock to buy? ›

Below is a list of 9 of the highest-dividend stocks headquartered in the U.S., ordered by annual dividend yield.
9 high-dividend stocks.
SymbolCompany NameDividend Yield
SARSaratoga Investment Corp.11.34%
CALMCal Maine Foods Inc.10.22%
DVNDevon Energy Corp.10.05%
CTRACoterra Energy Inc.8.37%
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May 8, 2023

What's the best stock to buy with dividends? ›

For investors less focused on growth, these high-dividend stocks all pay yields above 4.5%. May 15, 2023, at 3:34 p.m.
9 High-Yield Dividend Stocks to Buy.
CompanyYTD total return, which includes dividends, through May 12
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)-1.5%
Xerox Holdings Corp. (XRX)-1.4%
Newell Brands Inc. (NWL)-28%
Blackstone Inc. (BX)13.8%
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What is the best dividend growth stock in 2023? ›

As dividend stocks are still gaining traction among investors, we have shortlisted some of the best dividend stocks of 2023 in this article. Overall, McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD), AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV), and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) are some of the prominent dividend stocks with strong dividend policies.

How do you get rich buying stocks that pay you a dividend? ›

5 Easy Steps To Get Rich Off Dividends
  1. Live below your means.
  2. Regularly invest and reinvest in dividend stocks.
  3. Keep investment costs low.
  4. Defer income taxes.
  5. Have a lot of patience.

What stocks are booming? ›

BSX Boston Scientific Corp53.12+1.58
KMX Carmax Inc72.75+2.14
OMC Omnicom Group Inc91.98+2.23
DIS Walt Disney Co102.97+2.45
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How do I make $100 a month in dividends? ›

To make $100 a month in dividends you need to invest between $34,286 and $48,000, with an average portfolio of $40,000. The exact amount of money you will need to invest to create a $100 per month dividend income depends on the dividend yield of the stocks.

How do you make $200 a month in dividends? ›

To earn $200 a month in dividends you'll need to invest between $68,571 to $96,000, or an average of $80,000. The actual amount of money you'll need to invest to make $200 per month from a dividend portfolio will depend on the dividend yield of the stocks.


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