Who pays more dividends Coke or Pepsi?
At current share prices, Coca-Cola's dividend yields 3.27%, nearly half a percentage point more than PepsiCo's. Coca-Cola's payout ratio is slightly higher at 85%, so it has less room for dividend hikes unless its profits expand. Further, the company's annual sales have been declining in recent years.
How often do Pepsi pay dividends?
Pepsi currently pays dividends 4 times per year. And they do so every year.
Does PepsiCo pay quarterly dividends?
(NASDAQ: PEP) today declared a quarterly dividend of $1.075 per share of PepsiCo common stock, a 5 percent increase versus the comparable year-earlier period. PepsiCo has paid consecutive quarterly cash dividends since 1965, and 2021 marks the company's 49th consecutive annual dividend increase.
As the saying goes, slow and steady wins the race. The stock offers a solid 2.9% dividend yield, and has increased its dividend for 49 years in a row. The company's dividend is very safe and the stock is suitable for risk-averse income investors.
While PEP has a lower payout ratio and a stronger five-year dividend growth rate, KO has the higher yield. Should the current five-year dividend growth rates prevail for another half decade, not a given, Pepsi will have a yield on current cost of 4.18% versus 3.78% for Coca-Cola. I consider this a virtual tie.
Tesla has never declared dividends on our common stock. We intend on retaining all future earnings to finance future growth and therefore, do not anticipate paying any cash dividends in the foreseeable future.
How often are dividends paid? In the United States, companies usually pay dividends quarterly, though some pay monthly or semiannually. A company's board of directors must approve each dividend. The company will then announce when the dividend will be paid, the amount of the dividend, and the ex-dividend date.
Consumer staple stocks like PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) can be a great addition to any long-term portfolio, as they are known to hold up well in recessions and provide consistent dividend increases over the years.
AbbVie pays a quarterly dividend of $1.30, which translates to $5.20 per share annually. For 2021, the company anticipates that its diluted earnings per share will fall within a range of $6.04 and $6.14 -- well above its annual payout. At worst, the payout ratio would be about 86%.
Coca-Cola is a Dividend King, an elite appellation for a list of companies that have raised their dividends annually for more than 50 years -- in Coke's case, for 59 years. That said, its forward dividend yield at the current dividend growth rate stands at 3.04%.
The company's upcoming dividend is US$0.55 a share, following on from the last 12 months, when the company distributed a total of US$2.20 per share to shareholders. Calculating the last year's worth of payments shows that Walmart has a trailing yield of 1.5% on the current share price of $145.23.
In terms of valuation, our take is that PEP is undervalued. Compared to a 5-year average P/E ratio of 26x, the current consensus EPS estimates imply a forward P/E of 25x for 2021 and 23x for 2022. By this measure, shares are trading at a discount compared to historical valuation levels.
Net sales surged 20.5% year over year to $19.22 billion, topping expectations of $17.96 billion. Organic revenue, which strips out the impact of foreign currency, acquisitions and divestitures, rose 12.8%.
The Pepsi Bottling Group
KO Wins on Yield Over Time, but PEP is still the All-round Winner. Over the last 5 years, we could see that KO's dividend yield has generally outperformed PEP, although their current yields are almost identical: KO 3%, PEP 2.9%.
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The first is that PepsiCo is a much larger company than Coca-Cola. The second is that PepsiCo grew its revenue in the fourth quarter and in 2020, which puts it in a much better position than Coke going into 2021. The revenue strength was driven by a 5.7% surge in organic sales that beat the consensus by 4.1%.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) does not pay a dividend.
Key Points. Coca-Cola's dividend yield is 3%. Coca-Cola stock is trading at a decade-low price-to-free cash flow.
New Brunswick, NJ (January 4, 2021) – Johnson & Johnson today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend for the first quarter of 2021 of $1.01 per share on the company's common stock.
In order to receive the preferred 15% tax rate on dividends, you must hold the stock for a minimum number of days. That minimum period is 61 days within the 121-day period surrounding the ex-dividend date. The 121-day period begins 60 days before the ex-dividend date.
Dividend yields over 4% should be carefully scrutinized; those over 10% tread firmly into risky territory. Among other things, a too-high dividend yield can indicate the payout is unsustainable, or that investors are selling the stock, driving down its share price and increasing the dividend yield as a result.