Dividend Increases · Investing

Dividend increases: OHI + VFC

This is my first post regarding dividend increases of stocks I own. Its almost magical to realise that I did not have to do ANYTHING to receive extra money. Man I love this DGI stuff.

So for me (somewhat older increase which I had not processed) OHI:


Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI) declares $0.65/share quarterly dividend, 1.6% increase from prior dividend of $0.64. Forward yield 8.27% Payable Nov. 15; for shareholders of record Oct. 31; ex-div Oct. 30.

I hold 13 shares of OHI. So that gives me $0.01 x 4 x 13 = $0.52 extra per year.

And last week VFC also announced their increase:


V.F. Corporation (VFC) declares $0.46/share quarterly dividend, 9.5% increase from prior dividend of $0.42. Forward yield 2.77% Payable Dec. 18; for shareholders of record Dec. 8; ex-div Dec. 7.

I hold 6 shares of VFC. So that gives me $0.04 x 4 x 6 = $0.96 extra per year.

These two increases add $1.48 – 15% (foreign witholding tax) = $1,26 to my total forward income. My new forward income is: $170,93 + $1,26 = $172,19!

I found this source for dividend increases: http://dennismccain.weebly.com/dividend-increases which seems to be pretty accurate. I hope this is also useful for someone else.

4 thoughts on “Dividend increases: OHI + VFC

  1. I know it’s always great to get paid without doing much work, thanks to dividends 🙂 but always keep monitoring and keep risk under control.

    I own both VFC and OHI, Had to recently trim my OHI position in half after their awful ER. I think there is more trouble brewing for OHI. I feel comfortable with my current OHI exposure, but will be keeping a close eye on it.

    As for VFC, l can’t say enough good things about it 🙂 it’s one of my best performing stocks after INTC and BA.

    Take care and good luck to us all.

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    1. Hi Mr. ATM, you are absolutely right about keeping an eye on things. The only bad thing for me about vfc is that I didn’t buy more in the first place! It’s one of my few holdings that actually increases in value.


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