RECESSION PERFORMANCE

Have you ever wondered how a dividend stock performed during the last recession? Did sales collapse? Was the stock crushed? Now you can quickly discover how any dividend stock fared during 2008-09. Not surprisingly, many dividend aristocrats performed well.

 

Each column in the table below displays the worst annual results reported by a company in 2008 or 2009. Enter in a ticker symbol in the top left section of the grey box below, or filter on different metrics to find new ideas to steady your portfolio. Click on any blue-colored ticker symbol to see its full dividend and fundamental data.

 

Recession Performance



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Wells Fargo Expects to Cut Q3 Dividend Following Fed’s Stress Test

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Government Aid Supports Omega’s Tenants and Dividend For Now But Longer-term Uncertainty Remains

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NNN Strikes a More Optimistic Tone About the Dividend as Outlook for Rent Collection Improves

After cautioning in early May that "by no means is the dividend untouchable," National Retail Properties (NNN) appears to feel more confident that its payout will remain secure as lockdown measures continue easing. In April, NNN's 52% [...]

STORE Maintains Dividend as Retail Rent Collection Improved in June

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McDonald’s Dividend Remains a Priority as Sales Trends Improve

McDonald's (MCD) provided a business update yesterday which showed continued improvement in sales trends from late March through May. In the U.S. (36% of total revenue), comparable sales were down only 5.1% in May, a meaningful improvement [...]

NHI Maintains Dividend For Now Despite Continued Decline in Senior Housing Occupancy

On June 16, National Health Investors (NHI) provided a brief business update and maintained its regular dividend for the second quarter. As we discussed in our May note, NHI's dividend faces some uncertainty due to the pandemic's impact [...]

ONEOK Retains “Borderline Safe” Dividend Safety Score Following Stock Sale Announcement

On June 11, ONEOK (OKE) announced it would sell 26 million shares of common stock, increasing its shares outstanding by about 6.3%. The offering was priced at $32 per share, well below the stock's $42 closing price [...]