VectorVest tracks the best dividend paying stocks each day.  Within VectorVest there is a WatchList entitled: The Dividend Payers WatchList.

The Dividend Payers WatchList tracks shares in Australia where the Dividend Yield is 3% or better and where the price is at least $2 or higher (to avoid any penny stocks).

A snapshot of the Dividend Payers WatchList is per above.  All the shares are sorted by the best combination of fundamentals and technicals.  This allows for you to concentrate on the best dividend paying stocks with a Dividend Yield of 2% or better.

Furthermore, VectorVest tracks both the interim Franking Credits paid (IFC% per the able above) and the Final Franking Credits paid (FFC% per the table above).

Taking a look at the first stock, Helia Group Ltd, this stock not only has a dividend yield in excess of 10%, but is rising in price as of January 2024.

Trial out VectorVest today and check in on the Dividend Payers Watchist each day!  CLICK HERE to take out a 30 day trial.

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