2 Top Dividend Stocks to Generate Growing Passive Income
The TSX Index is home to many top dividend stocks that have strong track records of paying investors reliable and growing dividends for a TFSA portfolio focused on passive income. TC Energy
TC Energy (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) has a market capitalization of $64 billion and operates more than $100 billion in assets that generate steady revenue and cash flow.
The company is primarily known for its vast natural gas transmission and storage operations in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The 93,000 km of natural gas pipelines and extensive gas storage facilities make TC Energy a key player in the natural gas sector where international demand for liquified natural gas (LNG) is expected to be driver of long-term growth.
TC Energy has started to leverage its expertise in pipelines and storage to move into new markets, such as hydrogen and carbon capture.
The company put $7 billion in new capital projects into service in 2021 and is working on an additional $22 billion that will drive revenue and cash flow growth over the medium term. TC Energy is targeting annual dividend increases of 3-5%.
The current annualized distribution of $3.48 per share provides a 5.3% dividend yield at the time of writing. Fortis
Fortis (TSX:FTS) (NYSE:FTS) might not offer the highest dividend yield today, but the stock still deserves to be a core holding for investors seeking steady passive income.
The utility company operates $57 billion of power generation, electric transmission, and natural gas distribution assets in Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean. Nearly all of the revenue comes from regulated businesses. This means cash flow to support dividend payments tends to be predictable and reliable.Fortis has $20 billion in capital projects on the go with others under consideration that could get added to the plan in the next few years. The […]
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