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Is there a simple way to find a bond fund or stock 'historical dividend'? I often see that a stock has paid dividends --- consecutive quarters, and have also read a lot about using whether or not a stock is increasing dividends regularly as part of the purchase decision.

I hold some bond funds, and would like to be able to look at historical dividends on my holdings and prospective holdings. Same for stocks. I could play endless statistical games with this data (and probably would)!

I find the data once in a while in a companies web site. But not often.

Where can I get it consistantly?

Or can I?
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