Currently a company that pays a special dividend will throw off the calculation for the "Increase Percent" for the next quarter as the absolute dividend will be smaller. If you see a value such as a large negative (suggesting a dividend cut), this may be the case but please verify for yourself.
|Streak||Years of consecutive dividend increases per the U.S. Dividend Champions spreadsheet|
|Forward Yield||This is the the current listed yield multiplied by the announced increase. Be aware the same current limitation exists if the previous payment included a special dividend.|
|Ex-Div Date||The date you have to own the stock before. Be aware that ex-dividend days on a Monday means you need to hold shares by market close the previous Friday.|
|Streak Category||(If one is listed) Taken from the CCC list:
|52 Week Low / High||The lowest / highest price seen for the ticker within the past year.|
|PE Ratio||The price divided by the latest TTM (trailing twelve month) GAAP earnings.|
|% Off Low / High||In percentage terms, how close the stock is to it's yearly low or high based on current pricing.|
This data is currently only sourced from the "CCC" sheet and will not be populated for companies that do not have a historical streak of increasing their dividends.
|Yield||This is the current yield, not the forward looking yield used on the "Dividend Stocks" tab.|
|1 Yr / 3 Yr / 5 Yr / 10 Yr DG||This is the dividend growth percent for the stated time periods.|