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Dividend Stocks That March to a Different Beat

Posted by D4L | Saturday, November 02, 2013 | | 0 comments »

I’m always on the lookout for dividend stocks that can fill up my calendar, as I’d prefer to retire with income for every month of the year. Profitable Investing’s Richard Band provided guidance on drawing up such a plan by choosing three dividend stocks based on when they make their payouts so you can schedule something of a monthly income plan.

It’s a great idea, but something to note is that while most dividend stocks you’ll come across pay out on a quarterly basis, not all of them do. And that’s why it’s always important not just to check a dividend stock for yield, but the frequency of payouts within a given year. The following three stocks are great additions to a dividend portfolio — they just march to a different beat: Monthly Dividend: Realty Income (O), Semiannual Dividend: Accenture (ACN) and Annual Dividend: Nestle (NSRGY).

Source: Investor Place

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