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The Dividend Champions 2021 are U.S. stocks that have grown their dividend for 25+ consecutive years. This list is a select list as only 128 companies have successfully done so as of December 9, 2021. This number is out of the nearly 6,000 companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges (NASDAQ and NYSE) at the end of 2020.

Note that I also track the Dividend Kings separately from the Dividend Champions. Other websites only combine the two. However, I follow the Dividend Kings separately since getting from 25 consecutive years of dividend increases to 50+ consecutive years of dividend growth is no easy task. There are only 34 Dividend Kings in 2021 as of this writing. A company can be a Dividend King, a Dividend Champion, and a Dividend Aristocrat. For instance, The Coca-Cola Company (KO) is found on all three lists.

However, in the discussion that follows, I include all companies on the Dividend Champions 2021 list. This list is not a list of the best Dividend Champions or the top Dividend Champions. Instead, it is an informational source to assist in making investment decisions. For those of you that like history, the Dividend Champions list was first created by David Fish (deceased in 2018) in 2008. He originally started the list in the Dividend Investing Resource Center.

The Dividend Champions 2021 have survived periods of inflation, stock market crashes, global crisis, and deep recessions. They may not have grown revenue and earnings per share every year, but they annually raised the dividend without fail for 25 years straight. In the past 25 years, these companies have survived the dot-com boom and bust, the Great Recession, and COVID-19.

Note that the Dividend Champion 2021 list is broader and more encompassing than the Dividend Aristocrat List.  The latter requires membership in the S&P 500 Index and has a minimum market capitalization of $3 billion. A stock can be a Dividend Champion but not a Dividend Aristocrat for this reason. Currently, there are only 65 Dividend Aristocrats as of this writing.

Dividend Champions
Dividend Champions 2021

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Performance Update for the Dividend Champions 2021

The Dividend Champions 2021 are currently (as of December, 2021) trading at an elevated valuation of a trailing average price-to-earnings ratio of about 26.2X. The current average dividend yield is about 2.38%. The trailing average 10-year dividend growth rate is about 7.56%. The average payout ratio is approximately 52.1%. The average market cap is currently $48,141 million. Currently, the Dividend Champion with the highest yield is AT&T (T), and the one trading with the lowest earnings multiple is Old Republic International (ORI). You can look at updated, select financial data for each stock in the Dividend Champions 2021 list in the table at the end of the article.

In the trailing 1-year, the Dividend Champions 2021 has returned +24.1% (blue line) as a group compared to +29.0% for the S&P 500 (as measured by SPY), as seen in the chart below. I used Stock Rover* for this chart. Over the trailing 5-years, the Dividend Champions have returned +87.6%, and the S&P 500 has returned +128.9%.

Dividend Champions 2021 Trailing 1-Year Returns
Source: Stock Rover*

Deletion to the Dividend Champions in 2021

The first stock to be deleted from the list in 2021 is Eaton Vance (EV), acquired by Morgan Stanley (MS).

Promotions of the Dividend Champions in 2020

Several long-time members of the Dividend Champions were promoted to the Dividend Kings list. These stocks hit the 50-year mark for consecutive annual dividend increases. This small number includes Sysco Corp (SYY), National Fuel Gas (NFG), and Black Hills Corporation (BKH).

Additions to the Dividend Champions in 2020

In 2020, International Business Machines (IBM), Polaris Inc (PII), RenaissanceRe Holdings (RNR), New Jersey Resources (NJR), Canadian National Railways (CNI), First of Long Island Corp (FLIC), and Enbridge (ENB) were all added to the list of Dividend Champions.

IBM is a global provider of enterprise IT services and hardware. Polaris designs and manufactures powered sports vehicles. RenaissanceRe is a global reinsurer and insurance firm. New Jersey Resources is a regulated wholesale utility. First Long Island is a small regional bank that operates in the New York City area. Enbridge is a Canadian pipeline company that focuses on oil and natural gas distribution and transmission.

Deletions to the Dividend Champions in 2020

In 2020, several Dividend Champions cut or suspended their dividends primarily due to COVID-19. You can take a look at my article on the Coronavirus Dividend Cuts or Suspensions. I updated this list weekly during the pandemic. Companies that have fallen off the list include Urstadt-Biddle Properties (UBA), Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT), Meredith Corporation (MDP), Ross Stores (ROST), and Helmerich & Payne (HP). I have written articles on the dividend cuts or suspensions of all these stocks.

United Technologies Corp. (UTX) has fallen off the list since it merged with Raytheon (RTN) and formed Raytheon Technologies Corp. (RTX). RTX was on the List of Dividend Champions as the successor organization after the merger. Otis Worldwide Corporation (OTIS) and Carrier Global Corporation (CARR) were spun off as part of the transaction. Neither OTIS nor CARR are on the Dividend Champions List. Note that RTX, OTIS, and CARR are all still on the Dividend Aristocrats list. RTX is no longer on the Dividend Champions list as of November 30, 2020, since the dividend was held constant.

Other Dividend Stock Lists

The other U.S. stock lists are:

For Canadian stock, I have recently updated my article on

For UK stocks, I have an article on

Other dividend stock lists

Some Details on the Dividend Champions 2021

No MLPs and Five REITs on the Dividend Champions 2021 List

The 2021 Dividend Champions list contains quite a few banks, utilities, and industrial companies. The list does not include any Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs). But it does have five Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). Note that there were seven REITs at the start of the year, but Urstadt-Biddle Properties (UBA) and Tanger Factory Outlets (SKT) cut their dividends due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Dividend Champions Sector Breakdown

Companies from the Financial Sector have the most significant representation on the Dividend Champions 2021 list with 37 companies. This sector is followed by Industrials with 27 companies, Consumer Staples with 17 companies, and Utilities with 16 companies.

Financials tend to have stable and generally rising earnings over time, except for recessions. For example, many financial companies cut, froze, or suspended dividends during the Great Recession. But many also restarted dividend growth as soon as the recovery began, and thus, they are now at about ten years of consecutive dividend increases. Industrial companies tend to have somewhat more volatile earnings and cash flows, but many have low payout ratios letting them grow the dividends during recessions and economic downturns. The same generality applies to companies in the consumer discretionary sector. Consumer Staples tend to have predictable earnings and cash flows that grow slowly with time.

Market Size of the Dividend Champions 2021

The list is not dominated by large-cap companies but includes quite a few mid-cap companies ($2 billion – $10 billion) and small-cap companies ($300 million – $2 billion). The largest Dividend Champion by market cap is Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), and the smallest Dividend Champion by market cap is Northeast Indiana Bancorp (NIDB). This bank is a tiny bank with a market capitalization of less than $50M, and thus it is not that liquid. Investors should consider the risks before investing in microcap stocks. Several other small banks and thrifts with markets caps ranging from $100M to $200M are listed. Again, investors should be aware of the risks of stocks with small market capitalizations.

What I Like About The Dividend Champions 2021?

The Dividend Champions 2021 list serves as a screen for further investigating stock for a dividend growth portfolio. It is a list of companies with a stable business that have competitive advantages and have returned cash to shareholders consistently through dividends and, in some cases, buybacks over an extended period.

The Dividend Champions List is not as exclusive as the Dividend Kings list. But still, 139 out of about 6,000 companies is roughly 2.31%. This percentage is slightly higher if you include the 139 Dividend Champions plus the 31 Dividend Kings at approximately 2.83%.

The Dividend Champions list changes slowly. However, even during extreme economic duress, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, only a handful of companies dropped off the list. This fact points to the resiliency of the businesses on the Dividend Champions 2021 list and management’s commitment to the dividend.

Who’s On Deck?

At the start of the year, several companies on the Dividend Contender List have raised the dividend for 24 years. This number includes Cardinal Health (CAH), Church & Dwight (CHD), Graco (GGG), Bank OZK (OZK), and W.P. Carey (WPC). These stocks will become Dividend Champions the next time they raise their dividend.

List of Dividend Champions 2021 – Updated 12/09/21

I used Stock Rover* and Portfolio Insight* to create this table.


Ticker

Company Name

No. Years

Dividend Yield (%)

10-yr Dividend Growth Rate (%)

Payout Ratio (%)

TTM P/E Ratio

Market Cap (millions)
ABMABM Indus541.703.1034.9021.3 $          3,088 
ADMArcher-Daniels Midland462.307.8031.6013.9 $        35,876 
ADPAutomatic Data Processing461.8010.2058.5037 $        98,292 
AFLAflac392.807.2020.509.2 $        37,528 
ALBAlbemarle270.609.0082.30n/a $        30,956 
AOSA.O. Smith281.4021.5035.7028.7 $        13,207 
APDAir Products & Chemicals392.0010.0061.7032.5 $        65,479 
AROWArrow Financial283.003.0031.0010.9 $             568 
ARTNAArtesian Resources292.503.3057.6023.9 $             403 
ATOAtmos Energy372.907.0048.8018.5 $        12,502 
ATRAptarGroup281.305.6040.4034.1 $          7,953 
AWRAmerican States Water671.5010.1053.7038.5 $          3,607 
BANFBancFirst282.2010.3027.4013.5 $          2,178 
BDXBecton, Dickinson491.406.8048.0036 $        69,750 
BENFranklin Resources413.4012.9031.309.4 $        16,734 
BF.BBrown-Forman371.107.3044.3043.9 $        33,033 
BKHBlack Hills513.505.0058.4017.4 $          4,287 
BMIBadger Meter290.709.6038.0057.1 $          3,239 
BRCBrady361.702.0035.1021.2 $          2,753 
BROBrown & Brown270.609.2017.9033 $        19,114 
CAHCardinal Health264.108.6050.2012.4 $        13,596 
CATCaterpillar282.209.2044.5021.8 $      110,454 
CBChubb281.708.6016.009.6 $        81,479 
CBSHCommerce Bancshares531.506.9022.7015.5 $          8,378 
CBUCommunity Bank System292.305.2047.3020.7 $          3,955 
CFRCullen/Frost Bankers282.305.0043.8019.5 $          8,221 
CHDChurch & Dwight Co251.1011.5030.0029 $        23,750 
CINFCincinnati Financial612.204.6015.907.6 $        18,887 
CLColgate-Palmolive582.304.5056.5024.8 $        65,539 
CLXClorox442.806.80127.2047.9 $        20,613 
CNICanadian National Railway261.5014.2046.5025.1 $        92,044 
CSLCarlisle Companies450.9011.6029.9038.6 $        12,704 
CTASCintas380.8021.5054.9042.7 $        46,634 
CTBICommunity Trust Bancorp413.703.6032.709.1 $             770 
CVXChevron344.505.20101.4022.9 $      228,334 
CWTCalifornia Water Service541.404.1040.7030.3 $          3,536 
DCIDonaldson351.5011.4037.4024.8 $          7,294 
DOVDover661.204.7030.3026.5 $        24,743 
EBTCEnterprise Bancorp271.906.6021.3011.7 $             480 
ECLEcolab290.9010.6048.7059.2 $        66,569 
EDConsolidated Edison473.802.6092.2024.3 $        28,841 
EMREmerson Electric642.202.6052.5024.2 $        55,016 
ENBEnbridge266.8013.00148.7017.4 $        78,075 
ERIEErie Indemnity312.107.2063.1033.4 $        10,200 
ESSEssex Property Trust272.407.20121.3050.8 $        22,689 
EXPDExpeditors International270.908.8016.0019.1 $        21,807 
FELEFranklin Electric290.8010.0022.6031.2 $          4,297 
FLICFirst of Long Island253.706.9051.1011.5 $             508 
FRTFederal Realty Investment543.204.50140.3043.5 $        10,267 
FULH.B. Fuller520.908.4023.0027.9 $          4,126 
GDGeneral Dynamics302.409.7049.3017.3 $        56,090 
GPCGenuine Parts652.406.1057.2023.8 $        19,204 
GWWW.W. Grainger501.309.4035.8028.9 $        26,053 
HRLHormel Foods552.4014.4060.5027.1 $        23,216 
IBMIBM265.308.10122.7023.8 $      110,324 
ITWIllinois Tool Works582.0013.0053.7028 $        75,510 
JKHYJack Henry & Associates311.2015.9042.0036.2 $        11,610 
JNJJohnson & Johnson592.606.4061.0024.6 $      432,640 
JW.AJohn Wiley & Sons282.405.6052.6022.1 $          3,189 
KMBKimberly-Clark493.405.0076.1023.3 $        45,709 
KOCoca-Cola593.106.0081.9027.1 $      237,568 
LANCLancaster Colony592.108.3060.9031.4 $          4,273 
LECOLincoln Electric Holdings261.6012.6045.3030.8 $          8,063 
LEGLeggett & Platt503.904.1056.0014.6 $          5,691 
LINLinde281.307.8060.4049 $      171,348 
LOWLowe’s Companies591.3019.0024.2022.2 $      172,977 
MATWMatthews International262.409.30n/an/a $          1,165 
MCDMcDonald’s462.107.0052.9026.7 $      193,969 
MCYMercury General344.900.5036.407.5 $          2,890 
MDTMedtronic442.2010.0069.3032.4 $      151,155 
MDUMDU Resources Gr303.002.6042.5014.3 $          5,823 
MGEEMGE Energy462.004.3049.9025.6 $          2,782 
MGRCMcGrath RentCorp292.206.6044.8020.8 $          1,902 
MKCMcCormick & Co351.709.3046.8031.5 $        23,713 
MMM3M633.4010.4057.9017.4 $      101,443 
MSAMSA Safety503.4010.4057.9063.3 $          5,849 
NDSNNordson581.205.4073.4043.3 $        15,501 
NEENextEra Energy270.8015.1025.0075.8 $      177,220 
NFGNational Fuel Gas511.7010.80124.4015.8 $          5,703 
NJRNew Jersey Resources262.902.5045.1033 $          3,863 
NNNNational Retail Props323.607.30110.6031.7 $          8,176 
NUENucor484.603.20142.206.8 $        32,240 
NWNNorthwest Natural Hldg651.801.109.7016.9 $          1,425 
ORealty Income284.200.8065.3054.4 $        38,952 
ORIOld Republic Intl404.305.40220.205.2 $          7,618 
OZKBank OZK253.602.3018.3010.8 $          5,900 
PBCTPeople’s United Finl292.5019.2026.4025.3 $          7,571 
PEPPepsiCo494.101.50102.1028.3 $      231,795 
PGProcter & Gamble652.607.6071.1027.8 $      368,872 
PHParker Hannifin652.305.2058.7022 $        40,640 
PIIPolaris261.3010.8026.2011.5 $          6,764 
PPGPPG Industries502.3010.8025.5027.7 $        39,128 
RLIRLI461.407.5036.9018.4 $          4,878 
RNRRenaissanceRe Holdings260.905.2016.50n/a $          7,611 
ROPRoper Technologies280.903.3016.0944.8 $        49,774 
RPMRPM International470.5017.7021.1027.6 $        12,605 
RTXRaytheon Technologies281.706.4042.9037.3 $      129,471 
SBSISouthside Bancshares272.400.6085.3012.1 $          1,352 
SCLStepan533.209.1037.3018.5 $          2,693 
SEICSEI Investments301.109.1018.5016.9 $          8,619 
SHWSherwin-Williams431.2011.9020.0046.7 $        89,728 
SJWSJW Gr540.6016.3028.2036.6 $          2,064 
SONSonoco Products392.007.0070.20n/a $          5,923 
SPGIS&P Global483.004.5022.9340.8 $      113,992 
SRCE1st Source340.7011.9025.6010.4 $          1,186 
SWKStanley Black & Decker542.607.9025.5017.4 $        31,338 
SYKStryker281.606.8025.3052.6 $        98,565 
SYYSysco511.0013.3049.9055.3 $        37,680 
TAT&T362.606.10137.30n/a $      165,456 
TDSTelephone and Data479.001.90n/a19.3 $          2,237 
TGTTarget543.604.9067.5017.6 $      114,798 
THFFFirst Financial331.5011.6021.409.7 $             571 
TMPTompkins Financial352.401.2023.2012.7 $          1,180 
TNCTennant492.804.7034.0026.6 $          1,554 
TRIThomson Reuters281.203.9028.609.4 $        59,588 
TROWT. Rowe Price Gr351.301.7012.3015.4 $        45,775 
UBSIUnited Bankshares462.1013.3030.9012.2 $          4,952 
UGIUGI344.001.5046.706.5 $          9,383 
UHTUniversal Health Realty363.107.1019.2036.6 $             824 
UMBFUMB Financial294.701.50169.1011.9 $          5,075 
UVVUniversal511.406.1014.9012.5 $          1,218 
WABCWestamerica Bancorp296.305.0077.3017.4 $          1,537 
WBAWalgreens Boots Alliance462.901.3049.9021.1 $        41,982 
WEYSWeyco Group393.907.8064.0015.3 $             234 
WMTWalmart484.004.1060.8047.9 $      378,911 
WSTWest Pharmaceutical Servs281.604.2076.3054.1 $        32,262 
WTRGEssential Utilities300.207.208.2030.8 $        12,766 
XOMExxon Mobil395.606.50n/an/a $      264,386 
Mean40.232.387.5652.0926.24 $        48,141 
Median37.502.207.0045.3024.25 $        13,402 
Sources: Portfolio Insight*, Stock Rover* (as of December 3, 2021)

Dividend Calendar for the Dividend Champions 2021


Ticker

Company

Ex-Dividend Date

Div. Record Date

Dividend Payment Date

Next Div. Payment Per Share

Annual Dividend Per Share
ABMABM Indus10/6/2110/7/2111/1/21$0.19 $0.76 
ADMArcher-Daniels Midland11/16/2111/17/2112/8/21$0.37 $1.48 
ADPAutomatic Data Processing12/9/2112/10/211/1/22$1.04 $4.16 
AFLAflac2/15/222/16/223/1/22$0.40 $1.60 
ALBAlbemarle12/16/2112/17/211/3/22$0.39 $1.56 
AOSA.O. Smith10/28/2110/29/2111/15/21$0.28 $1.12 
APDAir Products & Chemicals12/31/211/3/222/14/22$1.50 $6.00 
AROWArrow Financial12/1/2112/2/2112/15/21$0.26 $1.04 
ARTNAArtesian Resources11/5/2111/8/2111/19/21$0.27 $1.07 
ATOAtmos Energy11/26/2111/29/2112/13/21$0.68 $2.72 
ATRAptarGroup10/26/2110/27/2111/17/21$0.38 $1.52 
AWRAmerican States Water11/12/2111/15/2112/1/21$0.37 $1.46 
BANFBancFirst12/30/2112/31/211/17/22$0.36 $1.44 
BDXBecton, Dickinson12/9/2112/10/2112/31/21$0.87 $3.48 
BENFranklin Resources9/29/219/30/2110/15/21$0.28 $1.12 
BF.BBrown-Forman12/8/2112/9/2112/29/21$0.19 $0.75 
BKHBlack Hills11/16/2111/17/2112/1/21$0.60 $2.38 
BMIBadger Meter11/24/2111/26/2112/10/21$0.20 $0.80 
BRCBrady1/7/221/10/221/31/22$0.22 $0.90 
BROBrown & Brown11/2/2111/3/2111/17/21$0.10 $0.41 
CAHCardinal Health12/31/211/3/221/15/22$0.49 $1.96 
CATCaterpillar10/22/2110/25/2111/19/21$1.11 $4.44 
CBChubb12/16/2112/17/211/7/22$0.80 $3.20 
CBSHCommerce Bancshares12/1/2112/2/2112/17/21$0.26 $1.05 
CBUCommunity Bank System12/14/2112/15/211/10/22$0.43 $1.72 
CFRCullen/Frost Bankers11/29/2111/30/2112/15/21$0.75 $3.00 
CHDChurch & Dwight Co11/12/2111/15/2112/1/21$0.25 $1.01 
CINFCincinnati Financial12/15/2112/16/211/14/22$0.63 $2.52 
CLColgate-Palmolive10/20/2110/21/2111/15/21$0.45 $1.80 
CLXClorox1/25/221/26/222/11/22$1.16 $4.64 
CNICanadian National Railway12/8/2112/9/2112/30/21$0.48 $1.99 
CSLCarlisle Companies11/16/2111/17/2112/1/21$0.54 $2.16 
CTASCintas11/12/2111/15/2112/15/21$0.95 $3.80 
CTBICommunity Trust Bancorp12/14/2112/15/211/1/22$0.40 $1.60 
CVXChevron11/17/2111/18/2112/10/21$1.34 $5.36 
CWTCalifornia Water Service11/5/2111/8/2111/19/21$0.23 $0.92 
DCIDonaldson12/6/2112/7/2112/22/21$0.22 $0.88 
DOVDover11/29/2111/30/2112/14/21$0.50 $2.00 
EBTCEnterprise Bancorp11/9/2111/10/2112/1/21$0.19 $0.74 
ECLEcolab12/13/2112/14/211/18/22$0.51 $2.04 
EDConsolidated Edison11/16/2111/17/2112/15/21$0.77 $3.10 
EMREmerson Electric11/10/2111/12/2112/10/21$0.51 $2.06 
ENBEnbridge11/12/2111/15/2112/1/21$0.65 $2.61 
ERIEErie Indemnity10/4/2110/5/2110/20/21$1.03 $4.14 
ESSEssex Property Trust9/29/219/30/2110/15/21$2.09 $8.36 
EXPDExpeditors International11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$0.58 $1.16 
FELEFranklin Electric11/3/2111/4/2111/18/21$0.17 $0.70 
FLICFirst of Long Island10/7/2110/8/2110/18/21$0.20 $0.80 
FRTFederal Realty Investment12/31/211/3/221/18/22$1.07 $4.28 
FULH.B. Fuller10/13/2110/14/2110/28/21$0.17 $0.67 
GDGeneral Dynamics1/13/221/14/222/4/22$1.19 $4.76 
GPCGenuine Parts12/2/2112/3/211/4/22$0.81 $3.26 
GWWW.W. Grainger11/5/2111/8/2112/1/21$1.62 $6.48 
HRLHormel Foods1/14/221/18/222/15/22$0.26 $1.04 
IBMIBM11/9/2111/10/2112/10/21$1.64 $6.56 
ITWIllinois Tool Works12/30/2112/31/211/14/22$1.22 $4.88 
JKHYJack Henry & Associates12/2/2112/3/2112/23/21$0.46 $1.84 
JNJJohnson & Johnson11/22/2111/23/2112/7/21$1.06 $4.24 
JW.AJohn Wiley & Sons10/8/2110/12/2110/27/21$0.34 $1.38 
KMBKimberly-Clark12/9/2112/10/211/4/22$1.14 $4.56 
KOCoca-Cola11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$0.42 $1.68 
LANCLancaster Colony12/3/2112/6/2112/31/21$0.80 $3.20 
LECOLincoln Electric Holdings12/30/2112/31/211/14/22$0.56 $2.24 
LEGLeggett & Platt12/14/2112/15/211/14/22$0.42 $1.68 
LINLinde12/2/2112/3/2112/17/21$1.06 $4.24 
LOWLowe’s Companies1/18/221/19/222/2/22$0.80 $3.20 
MATWMatthews International11/26/2111/29/2112/13/21$0.22 $0.88 
MCDMcDonald’s11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$1.38 $5.52 
MCYMercury General12/15/2112/16/2112/30/21$0.63 $2.54 
MDTMedtronic9/23/219/24/2110/15/21$0.63 $2.52 
MDUMDU Resources Gr12/8/2112/9/211/1/22$0.22 $0.87 
MGEEMGE Energy11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$0.39 $1.55 
MGRCMcGrath RentCorp10/14/2110/15/2110/29/21$0.44 $1.74 
MKCMcCormick & Co12/30/2112/31/211/10/22$0.37 $1.48 
MKC.VMcCormick & Co12/30/2112/31/211/10/22$0.37 $1.48 
MMM3M11/18/2111/19/2112/12/21$1.48 $5.92 
MSAMSA Safety11/12/2111/15/2112/10/21$0.44 $1.76 
NDSNNordson12/20/2112/21/211/4/22$0.51 $2.04 
NEENextEra Energy11/24/2111/26/2112/15/21$0.38 $1.54 
NFGNational Fuel Gas12/30/2112/31/211/14/22$0.46 $1.82 
NJRNew Jersey Resources12/14/2112/15/211/3/22$0.36 $1.45 
NNNNational Retail Props10/28/2110/29/2111/15/21$0.53 $2.12 
NUENucor12/30/2112/31/212/11/22$0.50 $2.00 
NWNNorthwest Natural Hldg10/28/2110/29/2111/15/21$0.48 $1.93 
ORealty Income11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$0.25 $2.95 
ORIOld Republic Intl12/3/2112/6/2112/15/21$0.22 $0.88 
OZKBank OZK10/14/2110/15/2110/22/21$0.29 $1.16 
PBCTPeople’s United Finl10/29/2111/1/2111/15/21$0.18 $0.73 
PEPPepsiCo12/2/2112/3/211/7/22$1.08 $4.30 
PGProcter & Gamble10/21/2110/22/2111/15/21$0.87 $3.48 
PHParker Hannifin11/10/2111/12/2112/3/21$1.03 $4.12 
PIIPolaris11/30/2112/1/2112/15/21$0.63 $2.52 
PPGPPG Industries11/9/2111/10/2112/10/21$0.59 $2.36 
RLIRLI11/29/2111/30/2112/20/21$0.25 $1.00 
RNRRenaissanceRe Holdings12/14/2112/15/2112/31/21$0.36 $1.44 
ROPRoper Technologies1/7/221/10/221/24/22$0.62 $2.48 
RPMRPM International10/15/2110/18/2110/29/21$0.40 $1.60 
RTXRaytheon Technologies11/18/2111/19/2112/16/21$0.51 $2.04 
SBSISouthside Bancshares11/23/2111/24/2112/9/21$0.33 $1.32 
SCLStepan11/29/2111/30/2112/15/21$0.34 $1.34 
SEICSEI Investments6/11/216/14/216/22/21$0.37 $0.74 
SHWSherwin-Williams11/18/2111/19/2112/3/21$0.55 $2.20 
SJWSJW Gr11/5/2111/8/2112/1/21$0.34 $1.36 
SONSonoco Products11/9/2111/10/2112/10/21$0.45 $1.80 
SPGIS&P Global11/24/2111/26/2112/10/21$0.77 $3.08 
SRCE1st Source11/1/2111/2/2111/12/21$0.31 $1.24 
SWKStanley Black & Decker11/30/2112/1/2112/21/21$0.79 $3.16 
SYKStryker9/29/219/30/2110/29/21$0.63 $2.52 
SYYSysco1/6/221/7/221/28/22$0.47 $1.88 
TAT&T10/7/2110/11/2111/1/21$0.52 $2.08 
TDSTelephone and Data12/14/2112/15/2112/30/21$0.17 $0.70 
TGTTarget11/16/2111/17/2112/10/21$0.90 $3.60 
THFFFirst Financial1/6/221/7/221/14/22$0.53 $1.06 
TMPTompkins Financial11/1/2111/2/2111/15/21$0.57 $2.28 
TNCTennant11/29/2111/30/2112/15/21$0.25 $1.00 
TRIThomson Reuters11/17/2111/18/2112/15/21$0.41 $1.62 
TROWT. Rowe Price Gr12/15/2112/16/2112/30/21$1.08 $4.32 
UBSIUnited Bankshares12/1/2112/2/211/3/22$0.36 $1.44 
UGIUGI12/14/2112/15/211/1/22$0.34 $1.38 
UHTUniversal Health Realty12/14/2112/15/2112/30/21$0.70 $2.82 
UMBFUMB Financial12/9/2112/10/211/3/22$0.37 $1.48 
UVVUniversal1/7/221/10/222/7/22$0.78 $3.12 
WABCWestamerica Bancorp11/5/2111/8/2111/19/21$0.42 $1.68 
WBAWalgreens Boots Alliance11/12/2111/15/2112/10/21$0.48 $1.91 
WEYSWeyco Group11/26/2111/29/2112/31/21$0.24 $0.96 
WMTWalmart12/9/2112/10/211/3/22$0.55 $2.20 
WSTWest Pharmaceutical Servs11/9/2111/10/2111/17/21$0.18 $0.72 
WTRGEssential Utilities11/10/2111/12/2112/1/21$0.27 $1.07 
XOMExxon Mobil11/10/2111/12/2112/10/21$0.88 $3.52 
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