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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Recent Articles

AT&T’s Rebased Dividend Supported by Stronger Balance Sheet, Improved Business Mix

AT&T's long-anticipated dividend reduction became official last week as the telecommunications giant reduced its payout by 47%, in line with management's previous guidance. With the firm's rebased dividend in place, we are upgrading AT&T's Dividend Safety Score [...]

PPL’s Adjusted Dividend Sets Foundation for Reliable Long-term Growth

Earlier this year, PPL cut its dividend by around 50%, an expected move following the firm's divesture of its U.K.-based utility operations that previously generated roughly half the company's earnings.This payout reduction better aligned the [...]

Philip Morris’s Dividend Expected to Remain Safe Despite Disruptions in Russia and Ukraine

Shares of Philip Morris International have slumped 15% since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. Unlike most companies headquartered in America, Philip Morris has meaningful ties to Russia and Ukraine. Russia accounted for 6% of [...]

CVS’s Deleveraging Efforts Improve Dividend Outlook

This year, CVS Health raised its dividend by 10% after keeping the payout frozen for five years as the company prioritized deleveraging efforts, following the sizable 2018 acquisition of health insurer Aetna.With leverage reduced to [...]

Public Storage’s Outlook Suggests Dividend Growth Ahead

The nation's largest self-storage REIT, Public Storage, has kept its dividend frozen since 2017 despite having the balance sheet and cash flow to support increasing payouts.Given Public Storage's strong financial health, many investors question why [...]

Tenant Struggles Continue, Magnifying Concern for Omega’s Dividend Coverage Outlook

Despite a broad economic recovery, the struggles of skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) amplified by the pandemic continue to loom large.With SNFs accounting for nearly 80% of Omega's portfolio, not much has improved since our note last [...]

Intel’s Turnaround Plan Carries Risk But Dividend Continues to Look Sustainable

Intel on February 17 hosted an analyst day to provide more details on its turnaround strategy, which seeks to restore the chip maker's technological leadership position while also building a foundry business to manufacture semiconductors for others. [...]

Magellan’s Distribution Remains Well Covered But Energy Transition Uncertainty Weighs on Sentiment

While many energy stocks have experienced a strong recovery from pandemic lows, midstream providers have struggled to keep up. This underperformance has even included industry leaders like Magellan, which trades with an attractive dividend yield [...]