All Stocks That Pay Dividends in 2021

Many small investors look for a way to increase their exposure to dividend stocks, but to be frank; it’s not very easy to find a list of the best dividend-paying stocks right now. To tell you the truth, this is not going to be such a list either. But what I’ve gathered here is a very comprehensive and nice list of some of the best stocks that pay dividends in 2021.

How to invest in dividend stocks

Investing in dividend stocks is one of the most popular ways to invest of all time. It’s simple, efficient, and provides a decent return on investments. Generally speaking, there are two ways to invest in dividend stocks: through mutual funds or by purchasing individual dividend stocks.

If you have a small amount of money to invest in dividend stocks, it is best to do it through individual stock picks. You can choose a few on our list below. If you have a substantial amount to invest, I would suggest buying at least 10-15 individual dividend stocks or, even better, buy a high-dividend ETF.

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All Stocks That Pay Dividends in 2021

Those are all great dividend stocks that we love. Dividend yield and market cap as of Aug 20, 2021.

CompanyTicker Market CapDividend Yield
Altria Group Inc.MO88.96B7.13%
ONEOK Inc.OKE21.96B7.59%
Realty Income CorpO27.86B3.95%
Gaming and Leisure Properties IncGLPI11.06B5.68%
Exxon Mobil CorporationXOM223.24B6.60%
AT&T Inc.T196.56B7.56%
Universal CorpUVV1.19B6.46%
Safety Insurance Group, Inc.SAFT1.23B4.38%
Gilead Sciences, Inc.GILD89.86B3.96%
Regency Centers CorpREG10.94B3.70%
Merck & Co., Inc.MRK198.61B3.31%
Kimberly Clark CorpKMB46.78B3.28%
Southwest Gas Holdings Inc.SWX4.25B3.31%
Bank of Hawaii Corp.BOH3.37B3.37%
Corning IncorporatedGLW34.92B2.35%
Bank of America CorpBAC338.19B2.09%
Annaly Capital Management, Inc.NLY12.16B10.45%
Kimco Realty CorpKIM12.93B3.23%
Kilroy Realty CorpKRC7.58B3.07%
Pfizer Inc.PFE273.61B3.20%
Johnson & JohnsonJNJ470.08B2.37%
Coca-Cola CoKO245.44B2.95%
Walmart IncWMT420.63B1.47%
Bank of N T Butterfield & Son LtdNTB1.64B5.41%
People’s United Financial, Inc.PBCT6.71B4.66%
AbbVie IncABBV208.40B4.41%
Amgen, Inc.AMGN127.42B3.14%
Bristol-Myers Squibb CoBMY152.24B2.86%
Metlife IncMET51.65B3.19%
UnitedHealth Group IncUNH403.46B1.36%
Verizon Communications Inc.VZ229.24B4.53%
Novartis AGNVS229.86B3.43%
Broadcom IncAVGO194.27B3.04%
BHP Group PLCBBL162.58B5.29%
Royal Bank of CanadaRY185.76B3.31%
UNILEVER N.V.UL146.84B3.61%
Sanofi SASNY132.66B3.67%
IBMIBM123.71B4.75%
3M CoMMM113.04B3.03%
GlaxoSmithKline plcGSK104.38B5.28%
Vale SAVALE94.87B8.97%
Duke Energy CorpDUK82.23B3.69%
Enbridge IncENB75.54B7.15%
Bank of Nova ScotiaBNS96.45B4.52%
ConocoPhillipsCOP70.22B3.28%
Dominion Energy IncD63.92B3.19%
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co LtdTAK52.66B5.05%
Exelon CorporationEXC47.71B3.14%
Dow IncDOW45.16B4.62%
General Mills, Inc.GIS36.51B3.39%

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