In this article we look at another 5 dividend stocks from the FTSE 100 with high dividend yields, we are not financial advisors. We urge you to do your work and own investigating and if you feel the need seek financial advice
Again, you should take a look at the following criteria
- Check the company’s earnings and revenues are growing
- Making sure the company has not got any large debts
- Looking at the dividend history
- Check the earnings per share divided by dividends per share
- Check the dividends per share divided by earnings per share
In the 5 examples below we show the cost per share at the time we wrote the article, the total value of the company’s shares (market capitalisation), the price to earnings ratio and the dividend yield at the time of writing based on the company’s last reported dividend and the current buy price
We also display the last 5 dividends, this i sto highlight the value and you can get a rough idea if there is a trend or not bear in mind the last 2 years and the difficult circumstances around the world
1. Antofagasta – 6.47%
Antofagasta plc is a Chilean multinational. It is one of the most important conglomerates of Chile with equity participation in Antofagasta Minerals, the railroad from Antofagasta to Bolivia, Twin Metals in Minnesota and other exploration joint ventures in different parts from the world. Antofagasta is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
2. PHOENIX GROUP HOLDINGS PLC – 7.82%
Phoenix Group Holdings plc (formerly Pearl Group plc) is a provider of insurance services based in London, England. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
Phoenix Group comprises a number of regulated life companies in the UK:
- Phoenix Life, a closed life insurance business covering Phoenix Life and Phoenix Life Assurance (former Pearl Assurance)
- Phoenix Wealth, the UK-based pensions and investments previously offered by AXA Wealth
- Standard Life
- ReAssure, covering ReAssure and ReAssure Life and also including Ark Life
3. Anglo American – 6.01%
Anglo American plc is a British listed multinational mining company with headquarters in London, England. It is the world’s largest producer of platinum, with around 40% of world output, as well as being a major producer of diamonds, copper, nickel, iron ore and steelmaking coal. The company has operations in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.
Anglo American has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. The company has a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
In the 2020 Forbes Global 2000, Anglo American was ranked as the 274th -largest public company in the world
4. Legal & General – 7.24%
Legal & General Group plc, commonly known as Legal & General, is a British multinational financial services and asset management company headquartered in London, England. Its products and services include investment management, lifetime mortgages (a form of equity release), pensions, annuities, and life assurance. As of January 2020, it no longer provides general insurance following the sale of Legal & General Insurance to Allianz.
It has operations in the United Kingdom and United States, with investment management businesses in the Gulf, Europe and Asia.
Legal & General is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), the asset management arm of L&G, is the 10th largest investment management firm in the world by AUM.
It is also the second largest institutional investment management firm in Europe
5. M&G – 8.90%
M&G plc is an investment manager headquartered in the City of London. Since its de-merger from Prudential plc, it has been listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
M&G operates two fully owned subsidiaries: M&G Real Estate, providing global real estate investment services, and Infracapital, a specialised infrastructure investment firm