Dividend Increase #19 of 2020

Hello everyone, hope you are all doing great. Today I am back with another dividend increase to share with you. On September 17th the Board of Directors at Texas Instruments announced that the dividend will be increased by 13%. This raise marks the 17th consecutive year that Texas Instruments has raised their dividend. With this announcement the company will now payout a quarterly dividend of $1.02 per share up from $0.90.

I currently own 23 shares and plan to add more over the coming years. With the raise my quarterly income will increase by $2.76 and $11.04 annually.

Portfolio Raises in 2020

StockOld DividendNew DividendForward Income
Canadian Utilities$0.4227$0.4354$7.92
Realty Income Corp$0.2275$0.2325$2.88
Canadian National Railway$0.5375$0.5750$2.24
3M Company$1.44$1.47$1.20
Diversified Royalty Corp$0.23$0.2350$0.98
TC Energy$0.75$0.81$35.52
Royal Bank of Canada$1.05$1.08$11.52
Home Depot$1.36$1.50$6.72
Aecon Group$0.145$0.16$2.40
Power Corp$0.405$0.4475$40.12
Johnson & Johnson$0.9500$1.01$5.76
Algonquin Power & Utilities$0.1410$0.1551$18.56
Walgreen’s Boots Alliance$0.4575$0.4675$0.80
Altria Group$0.84$0.86$6.88
Texas Instruments$0.90$1.02$11.04

Congratulations to all my fellow Texas Instruments shareholders. This week September 21st to 25th I’m hoping for a couple more raises from Fortis and Lockheed Martin so I may have a couple more posts coming your way.




2 thoughts on “Dividend Increase #19 of 2020

  1. Hi Matthew,

    Fortis already declared a dividend increase as of yesterday.


    “Fortis’ board has declared a common share dividend of $0.505 per share on issued and outstanding fully paid common shares. Those shares will be payable Dec. 1 at the close of business on Nov. 18. The common share dividend value represents a 5.8-per-cent increase over the previous quarterly dividend.”

    I’m also a happy shareholder.

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