Dividend Aristocrats List 2023 (All 68 Stocks by Dividend Yield)

S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats

The S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats, established in 2005, consist of companies from the S&P 500 that have consistently raised their dividends for at least 25 years. To be eligible for this category, a company must be –

  • Membership in the S&P 500 Index
  • The dividend must be increased for 25 consecutive years or more.
  • Must have a minimum float market capitalization (FMC) of at least $ 3 billion, and
  • The average daily trading value should be $5 million for the first three months.

S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats List

We are providing a list of all 68 companies in the S&P 500 Aristocrats for your reference. The list includes the Company’s Name, Stock Price, Dividend Yield, and the number of Consecutive Dividend Years for each company. For more information can help you download this excel sheet…

^SPDAUDPS&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats
NamePriceDividend YieldYears of Dividend Increases
VF Corp.$12.06.80%50
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc$16.05.30%47
3M Co.$99.55.25%64
Leggett & Platt, Inc.$10.74.98%51
International Business Machines Corp.$170.74.90%27
Realty Income Corp.$52.34.40%26
T. Rowe Price Group Inc.$116.94.19%36
Amcor Plc$9.94.10%3
Abbvie Inc$158.34.00%51
Franklin Resources, Inc.$23.14.00%43
Essex Property Trust, Inc.$258.04.00%27
Federal Realty Investment Trust.$98.73.90%55
Stanley Black & Decker Inc$86.03.79%55
Kimberly-Clark Corp.$131.83.62%51
Medtronic Plc$81.43.32%45
Clorox Co.$131.33.30%45
Consolidated Edison, Inc.$93.93.30%48
Chevron Corp.$156.93.20%36
Exxon Mobil Corp.$113.53.10%40
Coca-Cola Co$62.12.90%60
J.M. Smucker Co.$110.42.72%26
PepsiCo Inc$179.32.70%50
Johnson & Johnson$149.72.68%60
Cincinnati Financial Corp.$117.12.60%62
Atmos Energy Corp.$114.02.60%39
Target Corp$144.42.59%54
Procter & Gamble Co.$165.52.59%66
Sysco Corp.$72.92.50%52
Cardinal Health, Inc.$96.12.50%35
Colgate-Palmolive Co.$93.72.50%60
Hormel Foods Corp.$34.82.46%57
Aflac Inc.$86.82.30%41
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.$84.62.30%25
Emerson Electric Co.$112.52.30%66
McDonald`s Corp$257.92.21%47
Air Products & Chemicals Inc.$263.02.20%41
Automatic Data Processing Inc.$251.52.20%48
General Dynamics Corp.$296.52.20%31
NextEra Energy Inc$75.32.20%26
Illinois Tool Works, Inc.$241.52.13%58
Genuine Parts Co.$145.72.13%66
Lowe`s Cos., Inc.$217.52.08%60
McCormick & Co., Inc.$72.22.01%35
A.O. Smith Corp.$84.12.00%29
PPG Industries, Inc.$131.01.94%51
Archer Daniels Midland Co.$60.71.90%47
Abbott Laboratories$104.21.80%51
Caterpillar Inc.$350.71.80%29
Pentair plc$82.51.66%45
Walmart Inc$64.81.60%49
Becton, Dickinson And Co.$230.41.50%51
Linde Plc$432.31.42%29
Chubb Limited$263.11.40%29
Dover Corp.$184.31.40%67
Ecolab, Inc.$233.11.40%31
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.$106.41.30%26
Nucor Corp.$171.51.20%50
Brown-Forman Corp.$0.00001.20%39
W.W. Grainger Inc.$954.71.20%51
Expeditors International Of Washington, Inc.$116.71.20%27
Nordson Corp.$237.91.11%59
Sherwin-Williams Co.$303.11.07%44
Cintas Corporation$696.11.00%40
S&P Global Inc$436.30.98%50
Brown & Brown, Inc.$89.10.80%29
Roper Technologies Inc$544.60.61%30
Albemarle Corp.$123.00.60%27
West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.$328.60.30%30

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Top Sector Weight of Dividend Aristocrats

The highest weightage in the Dividend Aristocrats comes from the Consumer Staples sector, where it is at the top with 21.9%, while the Energy sector with a 3% weightage is at the bottom –

Top Sector Weight of Dividend Aristocrats jan 20233

Top S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF

S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETFs

The Dividend Aristocrats Index has beaten the S&P 500 five times since its first dividend in early 2014. The index tracks the highest-ranked U.S. stocks with at least 25 consecutive years of increasing dividends or repurchases. Since ProShares launched this fund in December 2014, it’s produced a positive return—even during slowing total returns for the S&P 500 – while charging consistent annual expense ratios.

Should You Invest In Dividend Aristocrats

When investing in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that focus on dividends, there are two ways to look at company size and whether you are a long-term or short-term investor. The best way is to consider a long-term investment approach and go with equity index funds or choose blue-chip companies that provide high dividend pays.

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