Stocks That Pay Monthly Dividends

Jun 24 13:06 2019 Print This Article

Dividend and income investors, particularly those in retirement, know the importance of distribution frequency when it comes to selecting the securities they invest in.  Although most companies pay quarterly dividends, there is a sizable amount of companies that pay their dividends monthly which makes the flow of income a lot smoother for investors. For this blog post we will address the pros and cons of monthly dividend investing and provide a downloadable list of securities that pay dividends monthly at the end of the article for members to access.

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