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Ryder’s Dividend Continues to Look Safe Despite Weak Used Truck Prices

Ryder (R) has paid uninterrupted dividends since 1976 and increased its payout by 10% annually since 2005. However, Ryder recently encountered some challenges, sending its dividend yield above 4% to sit near its all-time high.Ryder's payout ratio is also expected to surge above 100% in the next 12 months due to a projected decline in earnings. Some investors are concerned about the safety of Ryder's dividend, but we believe the company's payout remains secure.

December 1st, 2019|

Kellogg: Uninterrupted Dividends Since 1925

Founded in 1906, Kellogg (K) is one of the world's largest producers of cereals, snacks, and frozen foods. The company also manufactures crackers, toaster pastries, cereal bars, veggie foods, and more. Kellogg's well-known brands include Special K, Corn Flakes, Pop-Tarts, Eggo, Fruit Loops, Rice Krispies, Pringles, Cheez-It, and Nutri-Grain. In April of 2019, the company sold its struggling cookie and fruit snack businesses (about 6% of sales) to double down on investments in the company's core brands.

December 1st, 2019|

Leggett & Platt: A Dividend Aristocrat With 48 Straight Years of Payout Growth

Founded in 1883, Leggett & Platt (LEG) patented the first steel coil bedspring. The company has since become a diversified manufacturer of engineered components (innersprings, recliner mechanisms, adjustable beds, steel wire, seat frames, carpet cushion, armrests, etc.) used in bedding, furniture, carpet, automobiles, aircraft, and other products around the world.

December 1st, 2019|

TJX Companies: An Impressive Retailer Paying Higher Dividends Since 1987

Founded in 1976, TJX Companies (TJX) has grown into the world’s largest off-price retailer, selling deeply discounted brand name and designer fashions. TJX's prices are generally 20% to 60% below department and specialty stores' regular prices on comparable merchandise.The company’s core customer is a fashion and value conscious female shopper between 25 and 54 years old who makes a middle to upper-middle income. This type of customer usually shops high-end and moderate department and specialty stores, as well as online.The company’s 4,000-plus stores operate under the T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Winners, HomeSense, T.K. Maxx, and Sierra (plus several e-commerce sites). TJ Maxx and Marshalls account for the majority of locations.

December 1st, 2019|
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