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The Complete List of Stocks That Pay Dividends In February


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Retirees face unique challenges when it comes to investing.

First among those is the desire to generate monthly income that remains relatively stable each month. Said another way, retirees aim to create a passive income stream that is very consistent in nature.

One way to achieve this is by creating a portfolio of dividend stocks that generates the same dividend income each month. This requires deliberately allocating a particular amount of capital to securities whose dividends are paid in each calendar month.

With this in mind, we’ve compiled a database of all stocks that pay dividends in February. You can download this list below:

 

The list of stocks that pay dividends in February available for download above contains the following metrics for each stock in the database:

Additionally, you can find and sort February paying dividend stocks using the table below.

Keep reading this article to learn more about using the February dividend stocks list to improve your investing outcomes.

How To Use The February Dividend Stocks List to Find Investment Ideas

Having a spreadsheet database with the names, tickers, and financial characteristics of every stock that pays dividends in the month of February can be extremely powerful.

This document becomes even more useful when combined with a rudimentary knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

With that in mind, this tutorial will demonstrate how you can use the February dividend stocks list to apply quantitative financial screens to this database of dividend stocks.

The first screen that we will implement is for stocks that pay dividends in February with price-to-earnings ratios below 15 and returns on equity above 20%.

Screen 1: Price-to-Earnings Ratios Below 15 and Dividend Yields Above 4%

Step 1: Download your list of stocks that pay dividends in February by clicking here. Apply Excel’s filter function to every column in the spreadsheet.

Step 2: Click on the filter icon at the top of the price-to-earnings ratio column, as shown below.

Step 3: Change the filter setting to “Less Than” and input 15 into the field beside it. This will filter for stocks that pay dividends in February that trade with price-to-earnings ratios below 15.

Step 4: Close out of the filter window (by clicking the exit button, not by clicking the “Clear Filter” button in the bottom right corner). Next, click the filter icon at the top of the dividend yield column, as shown below.

Step 5: Change the filter setting to “Greater Than” and input 0.04 into the field beside it. Since dividend yield is measured in percentage points, this is equivalent to filtering for stocks that pay dividends in February with dividend yields above 4%.

The remaining securities in this spreadsheet are stocks that pay dividends in February with price-to-earnings ratios below 15 and dividend yields above 4%

The next screen that we’ll demonstrate is for stocks that pay dividends in February with market capitalizations above $25 billion and 3-year betas below 1.

Screen 2: Market Capitalizations Above $25 Billion and 3-Year Betas Below 1

Step 1: Download your list of stocks that pay dividends in February by clicking here. Apply Excel’s filter function to every column in the spreadsheet.

Step 2: Click the filter icon at the top of the market capitalization column, as shown below.

Step 3: Change the filter setting to “Greater Than” and input 25000 into the field beside it. Since market capitalization is measured in millions of dollars in this database, this is equivalent to filtering for stocks with market capitalizations above $25 billion.

Step 4: Close out of the filter window (by clicking the exit button, not by clicking the “Clear Filter” button in the bottom right corner). Next, click on the filter icon at the top of the beta column, as shown below.

Step 5: Change the filter setting to “Less Than” and input 1 into the field beside it. This will filter for stocks that pay dividends in February with 3-year betas below 1.

The remaining stocks in this spreadsheet are stocks that pay dividends in February that have market capitalizations above $25 billion and 3-year betas below 1.

You now have a solid, fundamental understanding of how to use the February dividend stocks list to find investment ideas.

To conclude this article, we’ll recommend several alternative places to find high-quality dividend growth investment opportunities.

Final Thoughts: Other Useful Investing Databases

Having an Excel document that contains the name, tickers, and financial information for all stocks that pay dividends in February is quite useful – but it becomes far more useful when combined with other databases for the non-February months of the calendar year.

Fortunately, Sure Dividend also maintains similar databases for the other 11 months of the year. You can access these databases below:

Having an investment portfolio that generates a roughly equal amount of dividend income each month is very important for retirees.

It is also important to be diversified by sector. With this in mind, Sure Dividend maintains (and updates monthly) a free database for all 10 sectors of the stock market. You can access these databases below:

You may also be looking to invest in dividend growth stocks with high probabilities of continuing to raise their dividends each year into the future.

The following Sure Dividend databases contain the most reliable dividend growers in our investment universe:

If you’re looking for stocks with unique dividend characteristics, consider the following Sure Dividend databases:

A last (and very comprehensive) method for finding investment opportunities is by looking inside of the major domestic stock market indices. With this in mind, the following databases are useful for the investor who is willing to roll up their sleeves and perform some serious due diligence:

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