S&P Global (SPGI) is an impending Dividend King. It has paid a dividend annually since 1937 and has increased its dividend annually for at least the last 48 years. Two more consecutive years of dividend increases and SPGI will enter the exclusive Dividend King group of companies.
Some investors, however, may rule it out as a potential investment because of its sub 1% dividend yield.
As investors, we have our respective objectives and goals which influence our investment decision-making process. If dividend income is of primary importance, it is understandable why SPGI may not be an ideal investment.
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Disclosure: I am long SPGI and MCO in accounts held within the FFJ Portfolio.
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