Albany International – Today’s Dividend Increase For Wednesday, May 30th

Albany International – Today’s Dividend Increase For Wednesday, May 30th

Is it the calm before the “storm” of a mass of dividend increases in June? I don’t know, but today was a slow day with just Albany International announcing a dividend increase on it’s quarterly payout.

Albany International Corp. (ticker: AIN) operates as a textiles and materials processing company throughoutalbany international raises quarterly dividend the world with specialties in Machine Clothing design, manufacturing, and marketing of  paper machine clothing and process belts used in the manufacture not very exciting stock returns pay long run massive cash flowof paper and paperboard.

Albany raised it’s quarterly dividend by $.01 to $.14/share giving current investors about a 3% yield.

Sometimes it’s easy to overlook a stock like AIN because let’s face it, a 3% return just isn’t very exciting. But when you’re building a diversified portfolio, you shouldn’t overlook the less exciting holdings that pay a smaller dividend – often times it’s those “base” holdings that will outperform the market in a downturn while still paying the dividend quarter after quarter.

Company Ticker Yield New Old Frequency
Albany International AIN 3.0% .14 .13 Quarterly

Investment Considerations- Read Before Investing

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Keep in mind that adding shares of any of these special entities to tax deferred / retirement accounts may also present additional issues.

Remember to review all of the fundamentals of any company BEFORE investing – you shouldn’t simply buy a stock based on the dividend payout. If you have further questions about any stock mentioned her you should first consult with your CPA or tax planner / adviser before making any investments.

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