Information site about dividends, shares and investment portfolio

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Dividend portfolios

The dividend portfolio shows how many dividends you can obtain in the next 12 months. This is a very simple forecast, but allows for an understanding of the whole picture, and also helps you properly direct your cash flow (similarly to a bond's coupon).

In addition, the tool can also compile share portfolios that will yield dividends every month.

Yes, this year many companies abolished dividends, therefore the forecast can occasionally be erroneous, but things will improve, right?

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Dividend portfolios

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Ticker Company name Trailing yield Forward Yield Ex-Dividend Date Close Price Market capitalization
GEL Genesis Energy LP 29.11 % 12.47 % Oct 29 4.81 USD 570 M
ENLC EnLink Midstream LLC 24.46 % 13.94 % Oct 29 2.69 USD 1.5 B
GECC Great Elm Capital 22.92 % 33.54 % Oct 29 2.97 USD 32 M
WES Western Midstream Partners LP 21.33 % 14.23 % Oct 29 8.74 USD 3.9 B
AM Antero Midstream GP LP 19.43 % 19.43 % Oct 28 6.33 USD 3.1 B
USAC USA Compression Partners LP 19.00 % 19.00 % Oct 23 11.05 USD 1.1 B
VOC VOC Energy Trust 18.06 % 18.89 % Oct 29 1.80 USD 25 M
DCP DCP Midstream LP 16.79 % 11.19 % Oct 29 13.94 USD 2.8 B
PAA Plains All American Pipeline LP 16.64 % 11.09 % Oct 29 6.49 USD 4.8 B
KNOP KNOT Offshore Partners LP 15.72 % 15.72 % Oct 29 13.23 USD 450 M

Calculators  →  Dividends


Dividend Payout Ratio, DPR

Formula is used when considering whether to invest in a profitable company that pays out dividends versus a profitable company that has high growth potential.

Dividend Yield, DY

The formula for the dividend yield is used to calculate the percentage return on a stock based solely on dividends.

Dividends Per Share, DPS

The formula for dividends per share, or DPS, is the annual dividends paid divided by the number of shares outstanding.

Gordon growth model calculator

Gordon Model is used to determine the current price of a security. The Gordon model assumes that the current price of a security will be affected by the dividends, the growth rate of the dividends, and the required rate of return by shareholders. Use the Gordon Model Calculator below to solve the formula.