These are companies that have a history of consistently increasing their dividends for at least 25 consecutive years.
Companies that have a track record of consistently increasing dividends but may not meet the strict criteria for Dividend Aristocrats.
Established, well-known companies with strong financials may have the capacity to increase dividends.
Utility companies often have stable cash flows, making them potential candidates for dividend increases.
Companies in stable industries like consumer goods and services may consider raising dividends.
Some technology companies have started paying dividends and may consider increasing payouts.
Certain well-established financial institutions may have the capacity to increase dividends.