Intel is one of the Nasdaq-listed companies that pays its shareholders the most regularly. The company has been paying a dividend to its shareholders every year for many years. On this page, we propose to discover more information about Intel's dividend with its precise amount, its history over 10 years or its yield to allow you to better evaluate the profitability of this stock for your portfolio.
The last known dividend paid by Intel to its shareholders is the dividend paid in 2022 for the year 2021. The amount of this dividend was $1.46 per share. It was paid to shareholders in four separate instalments.
In the previous year, 2021 and fiscal 2020, the dividend that was paid by Intel to its stockholders was $1,392 per share. It has therefore increased in one year.
Intel compensates its shareholders each year with a dividend that is paid out based on the previous year's results. Before being paid to shareholders, the dividend must be decided in terms of amount by the company's Board of Directors and then voted on by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting.
Like most publicly traded companies in the US, Intel pays its dividend four times a year. This is a quarterly payment schedule.
Thus, in 2022, the first detachment occurred on 04 February with a payment on 1 March, the second detachment occurred on 05 May with a payment on 1 June, the third detachment occurred on 04 August with a payment on 1 September and the last detachment occurred on 04 November with a payment on 1 December.
For the moment, Intel has not yet communicated the amount of the next dividend that will be paid to the holder of its share. It should be remembered that the amount of the dividend for Intel shares is decided after the official publication of the company's results for the previous financial year.
It will therefore be necessary to wait until the first quarter of 2023 for these results to be published and for Intel to decide on the amount it will pay to its shareholders.
Intel has been paying a dividend to its shareholders every year for many years now, without interruption. Intel has paid its shareholders every year since 1992, which means that it has paid a dividend every year for the past 30 years. To help you understand the evolution of the amount, here is a quick history of dividends paid to Intel shareholders over the last 10 years.
Looking at the evolution of this Intel share dividend from year to year, we can see a normal progression over one year, but a rapid progression in the medium or long term. Thus, the Intel dividend has increased by 4.89% over one year. Over the last 5 years, the average increase has been 6.23% per year. Finally, over the last 10 years, it has increased by 5.31% per year.
If you want to know the profitability of the Intel share for your stock market portfolio, it is advisable not to focus on the amount of the dividend of this share, but on its yield. This is obtained by dividing the dividend amount of the Intel share by the share price at the time of issue.
For example, the current dividend yield on Intel shares is 5.08%.
It is also interesting to know the distribution rate of Intel to its shareholders. Currently, the company pays out 44.66% of its profits as dividends. This means that it keeps part of its income for investment purposes.
Over the past 10 years, Intel Group has paid a dividend with an average yield of 2.99%, which is a little below its 2022 yield. Here is its history:
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