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Prudential Financial (PRU) : FINANCIALS
Prudential was recently reviewed by Simply Safe Dividends. It’s a service I’ve been using for the last couple of years for research and tracking of my portfolios. It’s not an inexpensive service but I think what they do is unique and it has been well worth the price for making research simple. They re-affirmed their opinion that Prudential Financial’s dividend is safe and gave a short analysis backing up their opinion.
During the pandemic, Prudential reviewed the potential losses its investment portfolio would incur over a three-year recession cycle. Management concluded that credit losses over that period would be $2.4 billion, or less than one year of Prudential’s free cash flow. This suggests Prudential will not be one of the firms that need to raise more capital during most downturns.
Regardless, Prudential’s been working to reduce its sensitivity to interest rates as well as the equity markets. They’ve done so by essentially eliminating the “living benefit” from its annuity products, which replaced fixed payouts to policyholders with variable payouts that fluctuate with the market, and by selling more straightforward life insurance policies with fewer guarantees.
As the firm transforms its flagship insurance and annuity businesses, management is also looking to grow its investment management arm (22% of earnings) and accelerate its global expansion plans into high-growth developing markets in Asia and Latin America.Simply Safe Dividends
Below is table showing my holdings in Prudential and it’s performance so far.
|Medium Yield |
|% of Portfolio|
|% of Income|
|Yield on Cost|
For more information on Simply Safe Dividends its founder Brian Bollinger appeared on The NewRetirement Podcast back in 2019.
|American Finance Trust (AFIN)||$102.85|
|W.P. Carey (WPC)||$97.65|
|Franklin Resources (BEN)||$84.84|
|Leggett & Platt (LEG)||$80.64|
|Main Street Capital (MAIN)||$45.51|
|Bank OZK (OZK)||$41.90|
- Walgreens (WBA) announced its next dividend of $0.4775 per share, a 2.1% increase over the company’s previous payout of $0.4675.
- Fastenal (FAST) announced its next dividend of $0.28 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- Enterprise (EPD) announced its next dividend of $0.45 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- P&G (PG) announced its next dividend of $0.8698 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- Coca-Cola (KO) announced its next dividend of $0.42 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- New Jersey Resources (NJR) announced its next dividend of $0.3325 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- Orchid Island Capital (ORC) announced its next dividend of $0.065 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- Con Ed (ED) announced its next dividend of $0.775 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- Pepsi (PEP) announced its next dividend of $1.075 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- BP Midstream Partners LP (BPMP) announced its next dividend of $0.3475 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
- USA Compression (USAC) announced its next dividend of $0.525 per share, in line with the company’s previous payout.
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