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This article provides an updated list of the Dividend Champions in 2023, select financial data, and analysis. The list and data are updated monthly.

The Dividend Champions 2023 companies on US stock exchanges have raised their dividend for 25+ consecutive years. This list is a select list of only 136 companies as of March 10, 2023. This number is from nearly 6,000 companies listed on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ in 2023, indicating a success rate of approximately 2.27%.

The number of Dividend Champions goes up if we include over-the-counter (OTC) stocks. As a result, the total universe of US stocks goes up to about 11,500. Several small banks and other stocks are not traded on the NYSE or NASDAQ and are thus not included in this list. For example, Computer Services (CSVI) has raised its dividend for 50 years in a row. However, the stock is thinly traded OTC. Another example is Eagle Financial Services (EFSI), which has raised the dividend for 35 years but is also a thinly traded OTC. There are higher risks with thinly traded stocks, and we do not include them in this list.

This list is not one of the best or top Dividend Champions. Instead, it is an informational source to assist in making investment decisions. Lastly, the Dividend Champions list was first created in 2008 by David Fish (deceased in 2018). He originally started the list in the Dividend Investing Resource Center.

Dividend Champions
Dividend Champions 2023 List


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Difference Between Dividend Champions and Dividend Aristocrats

The Dividend Champion 2023 list is broader than the Dividend Aristocrat list. A stock must only meet the requirement for raising the dividend for 25+ years to be added to the Dividend Champions List. However, the criteria for inclusion as a Dividend Aristocrat is stricter. In addition to the 25+ years of dividend increases, a stock must be a part of the S&P 500 Index, have a minimum market capitalization of $3 billion, and meet trading volume and sector weighting requirements.

Hence, a stock can be a Dividend Champion but not a Dividend Aristocrat. Currently, there are only 65 Dividend Aristocrats as of this writing.

Difference Between Dividend Champions and Dividend Kings

The Dividend Kings are more exclusive than the Dividend Champions. A stock must raise its dividend for 50+ consecutive years to become a Dividend King, a much harder achievement. There are only 39 Dividend Kings as of this writing. However, 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. 

Market Update for the Dividend Champions 2023

The Dividend Champions 2023 are currently (as of February 03, 2023) trading at an elevated valuation of a trailing average price-to-earnings ratio of about 23.95X. This multiple is down from its peak of more than 31X in May 2021 due to declining stock prices and rising earnings. 

The current average dividend yield is about 2.69%. The average trailing 10-year dividend growth rate is about 7.29%, and the average past 5-year dividend growth rate is around 6.64%. On average, the payout ratio is approximately 54.99%. The average market cap is currently $43,781 million. 

Currently, the Dividend Champion with the highest yield is Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), and the one trading with the lowest earnings multiple is Nucor (NUE). 

You can examine updated, select financial data and the dividend earnings calendar for each stock in the Dividend Champions list in the tables at the end of the article. The most recent dividend increases are also available for you to search.

In the trailing 1-year, the Dividend Champions 2023 has returned +2.9% (blue line) as a group compared to (-5.4%) for the S&P 500 Index (red line), as seen in the chart below. We used Stock Rover* for this chart. Over the trailing 5-years, this group of stocks has returned +62.8%, and the S&P 500 has returned +54.4%.

Dividend Champions 2023 Trailing 1-Year Returns
Source: Stock Rover*


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Promotions to Dividend Kings in 2022

In 2022, four Dividend Champions were promoted to the Dividend Kings list. These stocks achieved a 50-year mark for consecutive annual dividend increases. These companies were Becton, Dickinson (BDX), Kimberly-Clark (KMB), PepsiCo (PEP), and Tennant (TNC).

Additions to the Dividend Champions in 2022

In 2022, Graco (GGG), J. M. Smucker (SJM), W. P. Carey (WPC), and York Water (YORW) were added to the list of Dividend Champions.

Graco design and manufactures equipment to move, measure, and control the flow of fluids and powders.

J. M. Smucker sells packaged food products like jams, jellies, spreads, pet foods, and coffee. The main brands are Smuckers, Folgers, Milk-Bone, 9Lives, Jif, Meow Mix, etc.

W. P. Carey is a net lease REIT that owns 1,215 commercial real estate properties. The firm leases warehouse, office, retail, and self-storage properties in a triple-net lease format.

York Water is a water utility operating around York, Pennsylvania. The company has the longest streak of dividend payments in more than 200 years.

Deletions to the Dividend Champions in 2022

The only stock deleted was Mercury General (MCY). The firm cut its dividend by 50%, ending a 35-year streak of increases. The insurance firm recently struggled with catastrophic losses from winter storms and inflation related to automobile accidents. The pressure on automobile and property insurance losses and expenses is affected profitability.

Related Article About Mercury General (MCY) on Dividend Power

Promotions to Dividend Kings in 2021

In 2021, five Dividend Champions were promoted to the Dividend Kings list. These stocks achieved a 50-year mark for consecutive annual dividend increases. The companies were Universal Corp (UVV), Grainger (GWW), Leggett & Platt (LEG), MSA Safety (MSA), and PPG Industries (PPG).

Additions to the Dividend Champions in 2021

In 2021, The Andersons (ANDE), Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD), and Church & Dwight (CHD) were added to the list of Dividend Champions.

Deletions to the Dividend Champions in 2021

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

Weyco Group (WEYS) was removed from the list of Dividend Champions since the dividend was held constant in 2021. The company had a long streak of 39 years, but the COVID-19 pandemic was difficult since sales dropped precipitously. Nevertheless, the company’s fortress balance sheet helped maintain the dividend. In addition, Weyco is focusing on share repurchases. 

The third company deleted from the list was AT&T (T). AT&T is transforming and focusing again on cellular and broadband. The company has divested DirecTV and will spinoff WarnerMedia. An analysis of AT&T’s dividend cut is in the article below.

Related Articles About AT&T (T) on Dividend Power

Promotions to Dividend Kings in 2020

Several long-time members of the Dividend Champions were promoted to the Dividend Kings list. These stocks reached the 50-year mark for consecutive annual dividend increases. This small number of stocks 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.

Deletions to the Dividend Champions in 2020

In 2020, several Dividend Champions cut or suspended their dividends primarily due to COVID-19. A detailed article on the Coronavirus Dividend Cuts or Suspensions discusses these companies. This list is currently updated monthly. 

Five companies that have been removed from the list of Dividend Champions include Urstadt-Biddle Properties (UBA), Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT), Meredith Corporation (MDP), Ross Stores (ROST), and Helmerich & Payne (HP). An in-depth discussion of these companies is in the articles below.

Related Articles About Deletions in 2020

United Technologies (UTX) was removed from the list of Dividend Champions since it merged with Raytheon (RTN) and formed Raytheon Technologies Corp. (RTX). After the merger, RTX was on the list as the successor organization. In addition, Otis Worldwide Corporation (OTIS) and Carrier Global Corporation (CARR) were spun off as part of the transaction. As a result, neither OTIS nor CARR are on the list.

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Some Details on the Dividend Champions 2023

Two MLPs and Six REITs on the Dividend Champions 2023 List

The 2023 Dividend Champions list contains quite a few banks, utilities, consumer defensive, and industrial companies. 

The list now includes two Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs): Enbridge (ENB) and Enterprise Products Partners (EPD). These two companies are relatively new additions.

The Dividend Champions list has six Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs): Essex Property Trust (ESS), Federal Realty Investment (FRT), National Retail Properties (NNN), Realty Income (O), Universal Health Realty (UHT), and W. P. Carey (WPC).

There were seven REITs at the start of 2020, but Urstadt-Biddle Properties (UBA) and Tanger Factory Outlets (SKT) cut their dividends due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and thus were removed from the list.

Related Articles About REITs on Dividend Power

Dividend Champions Sector Breakdown

Companies from the Financial sector have the most significant representation on the Dividend Champions 2023 list, with 31 companies, followed by the Industrial sector, with 30 companies. The Consumer Defensive sector has 19, and Utilities has 15 Companies. The lowest representation is from the Technology and Communication Sectors, with three and two companies, respectively.

Dividend Champion Sector Analysis

Financials tend to have stable and generally rising earnings over time. There are 18 regional banks, six insurance companies, three asset managers, and two financial data & stock exchanges on the list of Dividend Champions. Regional banks are often conservative; further, they have room to expand, allowing for earnings per share and dividend growth. Insurance and asset manager companies have sticky customers and grow with time.

Industrial companies tend to have somewhat more volatile earnings and cash flows, but many have conservative payout ratios allowing them to grow the dividends during recessions and economic downturns. There are 11 specialty industrial machinery and three conglomerates on the list.

Consumer Defensive companies tend to have predictable earnings and cash flows that grow slowly with time. Many did well during the COVID-19 pandemic. Larger companies in this sector tend to acquire smaller ones leading to industry consolidation. There are five household & personal products companies and four packaged food companies on the list, including several well-known ones.

Dividend Champion Industry Analysis

Market Size of the Dividend Champions 2023

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 capitalization is Exxon Mobil (XOM), and the smallest by market capitalization is First Financial (THFF). As mentioned before, the list does not include some small OTC stocks.

What do I like About the Dividend Champions 2023?

The Dividend Champions 2023 list is a screen for further investigating stocks for a dividend growth portfolio. It is a list of companies with stable businesses that have competitive advantages and have returned cash to shareholders consistently through dividends and, in some cases, buybacks over an extended period.

The list is not as exclusive as the Dividend Kings list. Still, 134 companies out of about 6,000 total companies on the NYSE and NASDAQ is roughly 2.23%. This percentage points to the success of these companies.

In addition, the list changes slowly. However, even during extreme economic duress, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, only a handful of companies dropped off the list each year. This fact points to the resiliency of the businesses on the Dividend Champions 2023 list and management’s commitment to the dividend.


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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 Alerus Financial (ALRS), Brown-Forman (BF.B), Casey’s General Stores (CASY), C. H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW), and Fastenal (FAST). These stocks will become Dividend Champions assuming they raise their dividend in 2023

List of Dividend Champions 2023 – Updated 03/10/23

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

TickerCompany NameNo. YearsDividend Yield (%)10-yr Dividend Growth Rate (%)Payout Ratio (%)TTM P/E RatioMarket Cap (millions)
ABMABM Indus562.003.9027.8015.5$2,946
ADMArcher-Daniels Midland482.309.0020.7010.2$43,265
ADPAutomatic Data Processing482.3011.1057.8028.4$88,501
AOSA.O. Smith301.8019.6075.0044.6$10,181
APDAir Products & Chemicals412.509.7063.5028.3$63,493
AROWArrow Financial304.003.5036.609.1$447
ARTNAArtesian Resources312.103.2057.5027.9$502
ATOAtmos Energy392.607.8049.0019.8$16,041
AWRAmerican States Water691.808.4071.9041.2$3,206
BDXBecton, Dickinson511.606.3065.9045.1$66,117
BENFranklin Resources434.4012.0059.7014$13,669
BKHBlack Hills534.105.1060.6015.5$4,068
BMIBadger Meter310.8010.2037.3052.6$3,488
BROBrown & Brown290.809.8017.8023.2$15,647
CAHCardinal Health282.806.1039.09n/a$18,220
CBSHCommerce Bancshares551.806.9026.5015.6$7,470
CBUCommunity Bank System313.305.0050.0015.6$2,905
CFRCullen/Frost Bankers303.106.1036.7012.7$7,179
CHDChurch & Dwight Co271.306.9061.8050.5$20,687
CHRWC.H. Robinson Worldwide252.505.7030.2013.2$11,462
CINFCincinnati Financial632.705.4065.09n/a$17,472
CNICanadian National Railway282.0013.9054.4021.6$78,510
CSLCarlisle Companies471.3014.1014.5013.5$12,139
CTBICommunity Trust Bancorp434.504.4036.608.6$704
CWTCalifornia Water Servs Gr561.905.0056.5031.8$3,120
EBTCEnterprise Bancorp292.908.0023.209.1$389
EDConsolidated Edison493.502.8067.5020.2$33,377
EMREmerson Electric662.502.4026.1017.6$47,477
EPDEnterprise Prods Partners267.604.0075.2010.3$55,768
ERIEErie Indemnity332.007.2070.5040.7$12,176
ESEversource Energy253.606.3063.0018.8$26,699
ESSEssex Property Trust294.307.20140.4034.3$13,838
EXPDExpeditors Intl281.309.1016.1012.9$16,387
FDSFactSet Research Systems250.9011.1031.1037.3$15,666
FELEFranklin Electric311.0012.0019.4023.2$4,253
FLICFirst of Long Island275.906.6040.007.1$321
FRTFederal Realty Investment564.404.0091.3020.8$7,970
FULH.B. Fuller541.208.4021.9020.4$3,570
GDGeneral Dynamics322.408.4030.7018$60,327
GPCGenuine Parts672.305.9042.8019.7$23,193
GWWW.W. Grainger521.008.0022.4022.8$34,443
HRLHormel Foods572.8012.5058.6022.1$21,479
ITWIllinois Tool Works602.2013.2051.6024$71,428
JKHYJack Henry & Associates331.5014.9040.5029.4$10,353
JNJJohnson & Johnson612.906.4065.2022.9$400,851
LANCLancaster Colony611.708.4087.4053.5$5,449
LECOLincoln Electric Holdings281.5012.3028.5021.1$9,754
LEGLeggett & Platt525.704.3076.3013.7$4,131
LOWLowe's Companies612.1020.7035.6019.3$118,294
MATWMatthews International282.608.7030.90n/a$1,090
MDUMDU Resources Gr323.002.6048.3016.5$6,092
MGEEMGE Energy482.204.5051.8024.1$2,676
MGRCMcGrath RentCorp312.006.8038.1020$2,290
MKCMcCormick & Co362.208.7058.3028.5$19,288
MSAMSA Safety521.405.1039.7029.3$5,243
NEENextEra Energy292.5011.0081.0035.5$148,167
NFGNational Fuel Gas523.402.7028.508.5$5,111
NJRNew Jersey Resources283.006.9051.0018$5,012
NNNNational Retail Props345.003.40114.3023.2$7,942
NWNNorthwest Natural Hldg674.100.6076.1018.5$1,666
ORealty Income304.803.50209.1044.4$41,758
ORIOld Republic Intl424.003.1040.4010.9$7,408
OZKBank OZK273.6016.3027.708.3$4,398
PBProsperity Bancshares253.509.8036.8010.9$5,677
PGProcter & Gamble672.605.0061.6024.5$329,926
PHParker Hannifin671.6012.0051.1034.5$42,869
PPGPPG Indus521.907.7055.8029.9$30,375
RBCAARepublic Bancorp253.707.5029.708.8$801
RNRRenaissanceRe Holdings280.803.1020.27na$8,643
ROPRoper Techs290.6015.305.9046.3$45,479
RPMRPM International492.006.4039.1020.9$11,130
RTXRaytheon Technologies302.200.3061.4028$143,862
SBSISouthside Bancshares294.208.1041.6010.3$1,055
SEICSEI Inv311.5010.4023.8016.2$7,499
SJMJM Smucker262.707.0060.4022.8$16,161
SJWSJW Gr562.007.6059.0031.5$2,357
SONSonoco Prods413.405.0040.3012.2$5,635
SPGIS&P Global501.1012.4032.4032.6$109,534
SRCE1st Source362.707.5026.009.7$1,159
SWKStanley Black & Decker564.005.0044.6075.8$12,300
TDSTelephone and Data497.103.80n/an/a$1,167
THFFFirst Financial342.801.2018.606.7$472
TMPTompkins Finl373.504.7039.0011.6$990
TRTootsie Roll Industries560.804.5024.6041.5$3,119
TRIThomson Reuters301.603.2064.5042.9$57,951
TROWT. Rowe Price Gr374.6012.4071.3015.9$23,918
UBSIUnited Bankshares484.001.5051.3013$4,903
UHTUniversal Health Realty385.801.40185.6032.2$679
UMBFUMB Financial312.405.9016.707.2$3,110
WABCWestamerica Bancorp303.301.3037.0011.2$1,371
WBAWalgreens Boots Alliance485.805.7038.00n/a$28,712
WPCW.P. Carey255.404.90141.4026.5$16,723
WSTWest Pharmaceutical Servs300.207.209.3042.6$24,358
WTRGEssential Utilities322.707.4062.7024.2$11,299
XOMExxon Mobil413.404.8026.808.1$435,351
YORWThe York Water261.803.9056.2031.9$637

Dividend Calendar for the Dividend Champions 2023

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

TickerCompanyEx-Dividend DateDiv. Record DateDividend Payment DateDividend FrequencyNext Div. Payment Per ShareDividend Per Share
ABMABM Indus4/5/234/6/235/1/234$0.22 $0.88
ADMArcher-Daniels Midland2/8/232/9/233/2/234$0.45 $1.80
ADPAutomatic Data Processing3/9/233/10/234/1/234$1.25 $5.00
AFLAflac2/14/232/15/233/1/234$0.42 $1.68
ALBAlbemarle3/16/233/17/234/3/234$0.40 $1.60
ANDEAndersons3/31/234/3/234/24/234$0.19 $0.74
AOSA.O. Smith1/30/231/31/232/15/234$0.30 $1.20
APDAir Products & Chemicals3/31/234/3/235/8/234$1.75 $7.00
AROWArrow Financial3/2/233/3/233/15/234$0.27 $1.08
ARTNAArtesian Resources2/8/232/9/232/23/234$0.28 $1.11
ATOAtmos Energy2/16/232/20/233/6/234$0.74 $2.96
ATRAptarGroup2/1/232/2/232/23/234$0.38 $1.52
AWRAmerican States Water2/17/232/21/233/1/234$0.40 $1.59
BANFBancFirst3/30/233/31/234/17/234$0.40 $1.60
BDXBecton, Dickinson3/9/233/10/233/31/234$0.91 $3.64
BENFranklin Resources3/30/233/31/234/14/234$0.30 $1.20
BF.BBrown-Forman3/7/233/8/234/3/234$0.21 $0.82
BKHBlack Hills2/13/232/14/233/1/234$0.62 $2.50
BMIBadger Meter2/23/232/24/233/10/234$0.22 $0.90
BRCBrady4/6/234/10/234/28/234$0.23 $0.92
BROBrown & Brown2/2/232/3/232/15/234$0.12 $0.46
CAHCardinal Health3/31/234/3/234/15/234$0.50 $1.98
CATCaterpillar1/19/231/20/232/17/234$1.20 $4.80
CATCCambridge2/8/232/9/232/23/234$0.67 $2.68
CBChubb3/16/233/17/234/10/234$0.83 $3.32
CBSHCommerce Bancshares3/6/233/7/233/27/234$0.27 $1.08
CBUCommunity Bank System3/14/233/15/234/10/234$0.44 $1.76
CFRCullen/Frost Bankers2/27/232/28/233/15/234$0.87 $3.48
CHDChurch & Dwight Co2/14/232/15/233/1/234$0.27 $1.09
CHRWC.H. Robinson Worldwide3/2/233/3/234/3/234$0.61 $2.44
CINFCincinnati Financial3/16/233/17/234/14/234$0.75 $3.00
CLColgate-Palmolive4/20/234/21/235/15/234$0.48 $1.92
CLXClorox4/25/234/26/235/12/234$1.18 $4.72
CNICanadian National Railway3/9/233/10/233/31/234$0.57 $2.28
CSLCarlisle Companies2/16/232/17/233/1/234$0.75 $3.00
CTASCintas2/14/232/15/233/15/234$1.15 $4.40
CTBICommunity Trust Bancorp3/14/233/15/234/1/234$0.44 $1.76
CVXChevron2/15/232/16/233/10/234$1.51 $6.04
CWTCalifornia Water Servs Gr2/3/232/6/232/17/234$0.26 $1.04
DCIDonaldson2/9/232/10/232/27/234$0.23 $0.92
DOVDover2/27/232/28/233/15/234$0.50 $2.02
EBTCEnterprise Bancorp2/7/232/8/233/1/234$0.23 $0.92
ECLEcolab3/20/233/21/234/17/234$0.53 $2.12
EDConsolidated Edison2/14/232/15/233/15/234$0.81 $3.24
EMREmerson Electric2/16/232/17/233/10/234$0.52 $2.08
ENBEnbridge2/14/232/15/233/1/234$0.65 $2.60
EPDEnterprise Prods Partners1/30/231/31/232/14/234$0.49 $1.96
ERIEErie Indemnity4/4/234/5/234/20/234$1.19 $4.76
ESEversource Energy3/1/233/2/233/31/234$0.68 $2.70
ESSEssex Property Trust3/30/233/31/234/14/234$2.31 $9.24
EXPDExpeditors Intl11/30/2212/1/2212/15/222$0.67 $1.34
FDSFactSet Research Systems2/27/232/28/233/16/234$0.89 $3.56
FELEFranklin Electric2/1/232/2/232/16/234$0.22 $0.90
FLICFirst of Long Island3/15/233/16/233/24/234$0.21 $0.84
FRTFederal Realty Investment3/10/233/13/234/17/234$1.08 $4.32
FULH.B. Fuller2/6/232/7/232/21/234$0.19 $0.76
GDGeneral Dynamics4/13/234/14/235/12/234$1.32 $5.28
GGGGraco4/14/234/17/235/3/234$0.23 $0.94
GPCGenuine Parts3/2/233/3/234/3/234$0.95 $3.80
GWWW.W. Grainger2/10/232/13/233/1/234$1.72 $6.88
HRLHormel Foods1/13/231/17/232/15/234$0.28 $1.10
IBMIBM2/9/232/10/233/10/234$1.65 $6.60
ITWIllinois Tool Works3/30/233/31/234/13/234$1.31 $5.24
JKHYJack Henry & Associates3/7/233/8/233/24/234$0.52 $2.08
JNJJohnson & Johnson2/17/232/21/233/7/234$1.13 $4.52
KMBKimberly-Clark3/9/233/10/234/4/234$1.18 $4.72
KOCoca-Cola3/16/233/17/234/3/234$0.46 $1.84
LANCLancaster Colony3/8/233/9/233/31/234$0.85 $3.40
LECOLincoln Electric Holdings3/30/233/31/234/14/234$0.64 $2.56
LEGLeggett & Platt3/14/233/15/234/14/234$0.44 $1.76
LINLinde3/13/233/14/233/28/234$1.27 $5.10
LOWLowe's Companies1/24/231/25/232/8/234$1.05 $4.20
MATWMatthews International2/3/232/6/232/20/234$0.23 $0.92
MCDMcDonald's2/28/233/1/233/15/234$1.52 $6.08
MDTMedtronic3/23/233/24/234/14/234$0.68 $2.72
MDUMDU Resources Gr3/8/233/9/234/1/234$0.22 $0.89
MGEEMGE Energy2/28/233/1/233/15/234$0.41 $1.63
MGRCMcGrath RentCorp4/13/234/14/234/28/234$0.47 $1.86
MKCMcCormick & Co12/29/2212/30/221/9/234$0.39 $1.56
MMM3M2/16/232/17/233/12/234$1.50 $6.00
MSAMSA Safety2/13/232/14/233/10/234$0.46 $1.84
NDSNNordson2/17/232/21/233/7/234$0.65 $2.60
NEENextEra Energy2/27/232/28/233/15/234$0.47 $1.87
NFGNational Fuel Gas3/30/233/31/234/14/234$0.47 $1.90
NJRNew Jersey Resources3/14/233/15/234/3/234$0.39 $1.56
NNNNational Retail Props1/30/231/31/232/15/234$0.55 $2.20
NUENucor3/30/233/31/235/11/234$0.51 $2.04
NWNNorthwest Natural Hldg1/30/231/31/232/15/234$0.49 $1.94
ORealty Income2/28/233/1/233/15/2312$0.25 $3.05
ORIOld Republic Intl3/3/233/6/233/15/234$0.25 $0.98
OZKBank OZK1/13/231/17/231/24/234$0.34 $1.36
PBProsperity Bancshares3/14/233/15/234/3/234$0.55 $2.20
PEPPepsiCo3/2/233/3/233/31/234$1.15 $4.60
PGProcter & Gamble1/19/231/20/232/15/234$0.91 $3.65
PHParker Hannifin2/9/232/10/233/3/234$1.33 $5.32
PIIPolaris2/28/233/1/233/15/234$0.65 $2.60
PPGPPG Indus2/16/232/17/233/10/234$0.62 $2.48
RBCAARepublic Bancorp3/16/233/17/234/21/234$0.37 $1.50
RLIRLI2/27/232/28/233/20/234$0.26 $1.04
RNRRenaissanceRe Holdings3/14/233/15/233/31/234$0.38 $1.52
ROPRoper Techs1/6/231/9/231/23/234$0.68 $2.73
RPMRPM International1/19/231/20/231/31/234$0.42 $1.68
RTXRaytheon Technologies2/23/232/24/233/23/234$0.55 $2.20
SBSISouthside Bancshares2/15/232/16/233/2/234$0.35 $1.40
SCLStepan3/2/233/3/233/15/234$0.37 $1.46
SEICSEI Inv12/16/2212/19/221/5/232$0.43 $0.86
SHWSherwin-Williams2/24/232/27/233/10/234$0.61 $2.42
SJMJM Smucker2/9/232/10/233/1/234$1.02 $4.08
SJWSJW Gr2/3/232/6/233/1/234$0.38 $1.52
SONSonoco Prods2/21/232/22/233/10/234$0.49 $1.96
SPGIS&P Global2/23/232/24/233/10/234$0.90 $3.60
SRCE1st Source2/3/232/6/232/16/234$0.32 $1.28
SWKStanley Black & Decker3/6/233/7/233/21/234$0.80 $3.20
SYKStryker3/30/233/31/234/28/234$0.75 $3.00
SYYSysco4/5/234/6/234/28/234$0.49 $1.96
TDSTelephone and Data3/14/233/15/233/31/234$0.19 $0.74
TGTTarget5/16/235/17/236/10/234$1.08 $4.32
THFFFirst Financial1/5/231/6/231/13/232$0.54 $1.08
TMPTompkins Finl2/6/232/7/232/15/234$0.60 $2.40
TNCTennant3/2/233/3/233/15/234$0.26 $1.06
TRTootsie Roll Industries3/3/233/6/233/30/234$0.09 $0.36
TRIThomson Reuters2/22/232/23/233/16/234$0.49 $1.96
TROWT. Rowe Price Gr3/14/233/15/233/30/234$1.22 $4.88
UBSIUnited Bankshares3/9/233/10/234/3/234$0.36 $1.44
UGIUGI3/14/233/15/234/1/234$0.36 $1.44
UHTUniversal Health Realty3/17/233/20/233/31/234$0.71 $2.86
UMBFUMB Financial3/9/233/10/234/3/234$0.38 $1.52
UVVUniversal4/6/234/10/235/1/234$0.79 $3.16
WABCWestamerica Bancorp2/3/232/6/232/17/234$0.42 $1.68
WBAWalgreens Boots Alliance2/15/232/16/233/10/234$0.48 $1.92
WMTWalmart3/16/233/17/234/3/234$0.57 $2.28
WPCW.P. Carey3/30/233/31/234/14/234$1.07 $4.27
WSTWest Pharmaceutical Servs4/25/234/26/235/3/234$0.19 $0.76
WTRGEssential Utilities5/11/235/12/236/1/234$0.29 $1.15
XOMExxon Mobil2/13/232/14/233/10/234$0.91 $3.64
YORWThe York Water2/27/232/28/234/14/234$0.20 $0.81

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