S&P 500 ^GSPC
Alphabet GOOG
Nvidia NVDA
Tesla TSLA
Apple AAPL
Amazon AMZN
Microsoft MSFT

Considering that the dividend is the company's last resort for what to do with the money, I wouldn't expect that from a technology/growth company. They often have many better ways to handle the money.

Well, of course... but there are companies that have done it in spite of that

Which ones are they? I haven't been on the market that long.

I don't know what company could pay a better dividend over time, Apple is a nice example, but on the other hand I think it's nice that some just don't go that way on the dividend and rather invest it back for example and see more growth. Otherwise, I like what I see of you, I like what a "straromilec" you are 😂 and I would like to see your portfolio, because having 5k from dividends a year is already very nice. 👍 (even though I guess some dividend stocks are riskier)

Maybe $AAPL-0.7%

But he is already paying 🤔

that's right :)

It's hard to say, but I would guess that in a few years it could be $AAPL-0.7% and $GOOG-1.9%.

I don't dare guess. But as for a possible increase, I think the odds are $AAPL-0.7% for Apple.

I personally secretly believe $AMZN-0.2%, but that's a lot of shot in the dark

I'd rather bet on $GOOGL-1.8%

That's the last company I would have thought of :D

There's always a possibility, but if they're as "slow" as they are with innovations in the new IOS, I don't know...

I think they'll pick it up over time, but slowly.