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Top Monthly Income Stocks: These 10 Stocks Pay You Every Month

I know that you like dividend and you also like stocks that pay often dividends. Monthly dividends are very popular because for many people, it looks like monthly payment check. Your bills also come each month and must be paid.

Regretless there are only a few amounts of stocks that pay dividends on a monthly basis and let me mention one thing about these stocks: They are not the best ones on the market.

However, Today I like to show you 10 names on the market with 12 dividends a year.

You may also be interested in those stocks with the fastest dividend growth from the S&P 500.

These are the results:


7 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks With Solid Yields And Low Price Ratios

Recently the Federal Reserve downgraded its expectations for inflation going forward, Fed watchers concluded that September would be the earliest that hiking would begin, and even then it would proceed at a much slower pace than previously feared.

Investors care much about the activities of the Fed, more than doing own research, reading annual reports and thinking in worst and best cases of their portfolio allocation.

Also check out this article: 3 Unbelievable Dividend Champions With Zero Debt And Promising Payout Growth

I can nothing change in the Fed policy which will ever be offensive because the aim is to simulate the economy. Yes, markets could be overvalued due to low manipulated interest rates but even in a broadly overpriced U.S. market, we can still find solid deals on dividend stocks. If bought at a reasonable price, a good dividend stock offers both a competitive current yield and a strong probability of dividend growth.

Here are seven Dividend Achievers, stocks with a history of growing dividends of more than 10 consecutive years, with attractive fundamentals. The forward P/E is under 15 while earnings are expected to grow by more than 5 percent over the next five years. Sales also grew by more than 5 percent yearly in the past years.

If you are looking for more stocks with an attractive valuation, you should real my articles from this category.


Top 10 S&P 500 Companies By Dividend Growth

Dividend growth is better than dividend yield because over the long-term, each investor could receive a higher return due to the growing business of a corporate.

Today I like to show you those stocks from the popular S&P 500 that have the fastest twelve trailing months dividend growth.

The screen excludes companies with current dividend yield of less than 2%. The growth rate methodology is based on trailing twelve-month DPS compared to the value one year ago.

You may also like my older articles about dividend growth stocks with solid yields and growth persectives.

These are the results, sorted by dividend growth....


War Stocks: 8 Interesting Military, Aerospace & Defense Dividend Stocks Income Investors Need

Military expenditure shrunk in 2013 by 1.9% but not all countries are spending less. 

Military spending in North America and in Western and Central European countries has continued to decline, while other countries such as Brazil and Russia have increased their arms investments. 

 I'm not a military guy but my guess is that it could be possible to come back to cold war times. Maybe Europe is creating an own army to fight against Russia. There is a lot of rumor in the market. 

Who might benefit? Defense and Aerospace stocks. Today, I've created a small overview of defense stocks with good dividends that might catch a good part of military budget. 

You can also get more dividend ideas from the military and defense industry in my recent articles.

Which stocks do you like? 

These are the highlights....


6 Cheap Dividend Aristocrats Everybody Must Love

Dividend Aristocrats are popular on the market because they have achieved to hike dividends over more than 25 years.

A rising income is an important issue for cash-flow orientated investors. I’m such a person and put my eyes also on this category of stocks.

Today, I like to introduce some of the cheapest stocks from the index which is organized by Standard & Poor’s.

As of the time of writing, only eleven stocks have a low forward P/E of which four yield over three percent.

If you are looking for more cheap stocks with solid income growth, you should discover my articles from the category.

These are my main favorites:

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