Data updated daily
Components updated annually

One of the challenges that retired self-determined investors face is building an investment portfolio that generates a similar amount of dividend income every month.

That challenge becomes much more manageable when investors have access to a database of stocks that pay dividends each calendar month.

This is where Sure Dividend comes in. We keep a list of stocks paying dividends in July, which you can download below:

The database of stocks paying dividends in July, available for download above, contains the following information for each stock in the database:

  • Last payment date in July
  • Dividend yield
  • Dividend payout ratio
  • Price / earnings ratio
  • Price-to-book ratio
  • Return on equity
  • Market capitalization
  • beta

Keep reading this article to learn more about how you can use our list of July dividend-paying stocks to help you make better portfolio management decisions.

Note: The components of the table and table above are taken from the Wilshire 5000 index, with data provided by Ycharts and updated annually. Securities outside of the Wilshire 5000 index are not included in the table and table.

Here’s how to use the list of stocks paying dividends in July to find investment ideas

It can be very useful to have an Excel document that includes the name, ticker, and financial information for every stock that pays dividends in July.

This document will even stronger in combination with in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

With that in mind, this tutorial shows how you can apply two useful investment screens to our database of stocks paying dividends in July.

The first screen we implement looks for stocks with high dividend yields and large market caps. Specifically, we’re going to look for stocks with returns over 3% and market caps over $ 10 billion.

Screen 1: Dividend yields over 3%, market caps over $ 10 billion

Step 1: Download your free list of stocks paying dividends in July by clicking on. click Here.

Step 2: At the top of the Dividend Yield column, click the filter icon as shown below.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 1

Step 3: Change the filter setting to “Greater than” and enter 0.03 in the field next to it, as shown below. This will filter for stocks that pay dividends with dividend yields above 3% in July.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 2

Step 4: Close the filter window (by clicking the exit button, Not by clicking the “Clear filter” button at the bottom right). Next, click the filter icon at the top of the Market Cap column as shown below.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 3

Step 5: Change the filter setting to “Greater than” and enter 10000 in the field next to it. Since the market capitalization in this table is measured in millions of US dollars, it is the same as filtering for stocks with a market capitalization of over US $ 10 billion.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 4

The remaining stocks in this table are stocks that paid dividends in July with a dividend yield of over 3% and a market capitalization of over $ 10 billion.

The next screen we’ll demonstrate is for stocks with dividend yields above 4% and payout ratios below 100%. This screen is useful for investors who need a dividend yield now but don’t want to take the risk of investing in companies with a payout ratio of over 100%.

Screen 2: dividend yields above 4%, payout ratios below 100%

Step 1: Download your free list of stocks paying dividends in July by clicking on. click Here.

Step 2: Click the filter icon at the top of the Dividend Yield column as shown below.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 5

Step 3: Change the filter setting to “Greater than” and enter 0.04 in the field next to it. This will filter for stocks that pay dividends with dividend yields above 4% in July.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 6

Step 4: Close the filter window (by clicking the exit button, Not by clicking the “Clear filter” button at the bottom right). Next, click the filter icon at the top of the payout percentage column as shown below.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 7

Step 5: Set the primary filter setting to “Less than” and enter 1 in the field next to it. This will filter for stocks that will pay dividends in July with a payout ratio of less than 100%.

Also change the secondary filter setting to “Greater than” and enter 0 in the field next to it. This will filter out stocks that negative Payout Ratios – which is even worse than stocks with payout ratios over 100%.

July Dividend Stocks Excel Tutorial 8

The remaining stocks in this table are stocks that will pay dividends in July with a dividend yield of over 4% and a payout ratio of between 0% and 100%.

You now have a solid understanding of how to use our database of July dividend-paying stocks to find investment ideas.

To conclude this article, we share a few more useful investment databases that you can use to improve your long-term investment results.

Final Thoughts: Other Useful Investment Resources

July isn’t a particularly special month of the year when it comes to dividend income. This article (and its database) are part of a comprehensive suite of dividend calendar solutions. You can access similar databases for the other 11 calendar months below:

It is very important for retirees and other income-oriented investors to diversify your dividend income by calendar month.

Another important part of diversification is investing in all major sectors of the stock market.

With this in mind, Sure Dividend maintains databases for the following stock exchanges, which are available for download below:

Diversification aside, our research suggests that stocks with a long history of steadily increasing dividend payments are the best place to find compelling investment opportunities.

The following databases are useful resources if this approach sounds attractive to you:

  • The Dividend Aristocrats: The Dividend Aristocrats are a group of elite dividend stocks of the S&P 500 with 25+ years of consecutive dividend increases
  • The Dividend Achiever: The requirement to be a Dividend Achiever is 10+ years of consecutive dividend increases, resulting in a stock universe that is less extensive but more diversified than the Dividend Aristocrats
  • The Dividend Kings: Considered the best of the best when it comes to dividend growth stocks, the Dividend Kings are a group of companies with over 50 years of consecutive dividend increases

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