It is pretty rare for Singapore stocks to have a consistent track record of paying dividends. Unlike in the US where there are hundreds of companies classified as Dividend Aristocrats (companies that have increased their dividend payments for 25 consecutive years or more) and a handful of Dividend Kings (companies that have increased their dividend payments for 50 consecutive years or more), Singapore stocks typically do not have a good track record of consistent dividend payments.

 

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Royston Tan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as Royston_Tan.

https://newacademyoffinance.com/singapore-dividend-stocks/

(For those interested, you can check out the site for the graphical representation of their dividend track record)

It is pretty rare for Singapore stocks to have a consistent track record of paying dividends. Unlike in the US where there are hundreds of companies classified as Dividend Aristocrats (companies that have increased their dividend payments for 25 consecutive years or

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