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What is the FTSE 100 declared Dividend Index?

The FTSE 100 Declared Dividend Index represents the cumulative value of ordinary declared cash dividends announced and paid by the individual constituents of the underlying FTSE 100 Index, calculated in terms of index points. No adjustment for withholding taxes will be made. Market Specifications Trading Screen Product Name

What is the average dividend yield for the FTSE 100?

It all hinges on the average dividend yield I can get from the market. At the moment, the FTSE 100 average yield is 3.55%. But if I discount some stocks that don’t pay any income at the moment, and tilt to a more active portfolio, I can increase this to 5-7%.

Are FTSE 100 dividend stocks a red flag?

High debt can be a red flag for dividend stocks, as it may impact a company’s ability to make future payouts. The FTSE 100 has a reputation for being home to many companies which, whilst not offering spectacular growth prospects, do pay handsome dividends. But what are the best FTSE 100 dividend stocks for 2024?

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