The following is a list of the best performing monthly dividend stocks that gained at least 10% during Q2 2021. These monthly dividend stocks have dividend yields ranging between 2.2 % to 9.4%. Not too bad for top monthly dividend performers. And to ensure enough liquidity, we only included companies that trade at an average daily volume greater than 100,000 shares. The resulting list contains 7 stocks that have gained an average of 16% during the quarter. If you are interested in more monthly dividend stock ideas, feel free to check today’s Top 7 Monthly Dividend Stocks.
Best Monthly Dividend Stocks 2021 Table Description: The following table includes and can be sorted on: company name, market cap, dividend yield, intraday stock price, and the intraday stock price percent change. This live table is updated throughout the trading day. To be alerted when our 2021 Best Monthly Dividend Stocks table is updated, sign up for our free Dogs of the Dow Newsletter.
Best Monthly Dividend Stocks FAQ
What are the best monthly dividend stocks for 2021?
The best dividend stocks for Q2 2021 are Ellington Financial, Gladstone Commercial, Gladstone Land, Pembina Pipeline, Shaw Communications, SL Green Realty, and STAG Industrial.
Are any of the best monthly dividend stocks for 2021 REITs?
Yes. 4 out of the 7 best monthly dividend stocks for 2021 are REITs with an average dividend yield of 4.3% and average price gain during Q2 2021 of 18%. These best monthly dividend REITs are Gladstone Commercial, Gladstone Land, SL Green Realty, and STAG Industrial.
What is the highest dividend yield on the 2021 Best Monthly Dividend Stocks list?
Ellington Financial has the highest dividend yield. It ended the quarter with a 9.4% yield and 19.6% gain for Q2 2021.
Can monthly dividend stocks cut their dividends?
Yes. In fact, on April 15th, 2000, Vermillion Energy suspended its monthly dividend until further notice. Monthly dividend stocks can also change their frequency. As an example, in May 2021, Enerplus announced a change in payment frequency from monthly to quarterly.