PG Dividend Type Payments

Procter & Gamble dividend

Although PG has no upcoming (meaning, Board-approved and announced) dividends, you can sell covered calls on Procter & Gamble to create 12 extra dividend type payments per year to boost its yield. Let's look at some recent prices (last updated Wed 4:16 PM ET):

Procter & Gamble (PG)
Bid Ask Last Change Volume P/E Market Cap
99.01 99.39 99.28 -0.71 8.7M 24 250B

PG Dividend-Like Income Using Covered Calls

With PG at 99.28, here's a table showing how big the annual "dividend" (ie. total annual call premium received) would need to be to attain 3%, 5%, and 10% annual yields. Also shown is the equivalent number of cents/day necessary to achieve each yield:

Annual Yield Annual Premium Cents/Day
3% 2.98 0.8
5% 4.96 1.4
10% 9.93 2.7

So now we need to find out of the money covered calls that pay at least the prescribed cents/day amount of time premium. That will generate income and, because they are out of the money, leave room for some upside potential on the stock. Here are some examples:

3% Yield On PG Using Covered Calls
Expiration Strike Call Bid Days Cents/Day Upside Potential
Feb 22 101.00 0.03 3 1.0 1.61 (1.6%)
Mar 1 101.00 0.21 10 2.1 1.61 (1.6%)
5% Yield On PG Using Covered Calls
Expiration Strike Call Bid Days Cents/Day Upside Potential
Feb 22 100.00 0.15 3 5.0 0.61 (0.6%)
Mar 1 101.00 0.21 10 2.1 1.61 (1.6%)
10% Yield On PG Using Covered Calls
Expiration Strike Call Bid Days Cents/Day Upside Potential
Feb 22 100.00 0.15 3 5.0 0.61 (0.6%)
Mar 1 100.00 0.52 10 5.2 0.61 (0.6%)

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