Investing in stocks with higher dividends is among the trading strategies to achieve passive income while simultaneously diversifying your portfolio. There’s nothing wrong with seeking a fixed income through stocks instead of engaging in daily trading.
The Milan Stock Exchange can assist in this regard, despite not being a large stock market. In general, the IT40 index, comprising the 40 most capitalized companies, has risen from 23,363 points on January 2nd to 29,486 points on Friday, the 17th, showing a significant increase of 26.22%.
Now, let’s consider companies that have planned, since their listing, the distribution of part of the profits obtained during the year, with a dividend payment occurring annually, quarterly, or semi-annually.
Several companies allow you, as a shareholder, to earn additional income based on the number of shares you hold. In this article, we have examined the companies in the Milan Stock Exchange and the FTSE MIB index to identify the highest dividends in Italy.
You’ll find a ranking of the top 15 listed companies that offer attractive profit distribution, along with a brief analysis of their annual performance and the dividend amount.