Dividend Dashboard Q2 2018

Each quarter, AJ Bell takes the forecasts for the FTSE 100 companies from all the leading city analysts and aggregates them to provide the dividend outlook for each company.

This report shows the sectors driving FTSE 100 profit growth, the dividend giants with the highest dividend payouts and the FTSE 100 firms with the best dividend growth records.

Dividend Dashboard Q1 2018

Each quarter, AJ Bell takes the forecasts for the FTSE 100 companies from all the leading city analysts and aggregates them to provide the dividend outlook for each company.

This report shows the FTSE 100 firms with the highest dividend yields, those with the best dividend growth records, earnings cover and why it is a concern as well as considering the annual income that can be generated from the FTSE 100.

Dividend Dashboard Q4 2017

Each quarter, AJ Bell takes the forecasts for the FTSE 100 companies from all the leading city analysts and aggregates them to provide the dividend outlook for each company. 

This report shows which FTSE 100 companies are forecast to pay the highest dividend yield, where dividend growth is forecast to come from next year, how to spot unsustainable dividends and those FTSE 100 companies with the longest runs of dividend increases.

Dividend Dashboard Q3 2017

Each quarter, AJ Bell takes the forecasts for the FTSE 100 companies from all the leading city analysts and aggregates them to provide the dividend outlook for each company. 

This report shows the dividend outlook for the UK's largest listed companies, the sectors and companies that are set to power FTSE 100 dividend payments, the FTSE 100 firms with the longest track records of dividend increases and those firms in the dividend danger zone.

Jim Jamieson

This was my first triathlon but certainly won't be my last. The event was fantastic and incredibly well run, I would recommend this event to anyone.
Looking forward to next year already :)

Ricky Taylor

I last competed at London in 2008 and know how fabulous an event it is. Since then I now have 2 fantastic little boys who have never witnessed a triathlon and London provided this platform to introduce triathlon to my kids. I was not dissapointed with so many activities for children and how family friendly it is. I was also encouraged by a great group of friends and my wife who had also signed up, which provided great motivation throughhout the year.

Annie Thomas

I haven't competed at the AJ Bell London Triathlon but I have worked on the swim for many years. I am constantly inspired by our magnificent team of volunteers who work incredibly hard all day after very early starts.

This year I was privileged to meet Corinne and be able to assist her smooth entrance and exit to and from the swim. She certainly humbled several other competitors and made them realise that, actually, their problems were non-existent really by comparison.

Sean Ellis

As an avid skier and lover of all things sea and mountain, I became aware of Snow-Camp a good few years ago, as they're based near my home in Brighton and this is the first opportunity I've had to really support them. I first learned to ski over 10 dark, rain-sodden, agonising Friday evenings at Woolwich dry ski slope and almost gave up several times. But with the right coach, I learned to change my attitude, persevere, not give up, and channel my negative energy into actually improving my skills. Once I got onto real snow in Austria for the first time, I never looked back.

Stephen Brown

This was my 2nd AJ Bell London Triathlon, this year it was all about beating the time I set in 2016. Training with my team from work really helped keep me going through the tough times and help motivate myself to try and beat them and my previous time.

Great event and organisation again this year and will definitely be back next year to improve my time again.

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