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February Top Staples Dividend Payers

Brandie Wetzel

Consumer staples such as household and personal products have relatively stable demand over time – people don’t stop cleaning their houses during an economic downturn! Therefore, these companies provide a strong reliable stream of constant income which is a great diversifier during economic downturns. I’ve made a list of other value-adding dividend-paying stocks in the consumer staples industry for you to consider for your investment portfolio.

Portmeirion Group plc (AIM:PMP)

PMP has a good dividend yield of 3.31% and pays 53.01% of it’s earnings as dividends . PMP has increased its dividend from £0.1425 to £0.3225 over the past 10 years. They have been consistent too, not missing a payment during this 10 year period. Continue research on Portmeirion Group here.

AIM:PMP Historical Dividend Yield Feb 15th 18

Finsbury Food Group Plc (AIM:FIF)

FIF has a solid dividend yield of 2.61% and the company currently pays out 42.10% of its profits as dividends . While the yield has dropped at times in the last 10 years, dividends per share during this time have increased overall from £0.02 to £0.03. The company’s future earnings growth looks promising, with analysts expecting earnings growth over the next three years to reach 51.39%. More detail on Finsbury Food Group here.

AIM:FIF Historical Dividend Yield Feb 15th 18

Telford Homes Plc (AIM:TEF)

TEF has an alluring dividend yield of 4.05% and their payout ratio stands at 45.44% . Although there has been some volatility in the company’s dividend yield, the DPS over a 10 year period has increased from £0.094 to £0.157. If analysts are correct, Telford Homes has some strong future growth on the horizon with an expected increase in EPS of 59.16% over the next three years. More detail on Telford Homes here.

AIM:TEF Historical Dividend Yield Feb 15th 18

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The author is an independent contributor and at the time of publication had no position in the stocks mentioned.