D-Day Diary of a Dividend Diva

I point out from time to time some upcoming bursts of attractive dividends that I call "Dividend D-Days". The dividend D-day represents an attractive day to book a lot of income, with so many good dividends hitting at one time. The next D-day is June 26, so I figured I should point it out now, giving you a few trading days to build your positions.

The table below shows the upcoming dividends for that day. I will admit I cheated and also included two coming on June 25 -- mainly because one is Philip Morris International (PM), one of my favorites. The tobaccos are always a good group to rotate through, because the yields are fairly good but they also trade well....114 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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