Top 5 Stock On Dow Index In 2017 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Top 5 Stock On Dow Index In 2017

Compare the dividend stocks in the United States by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Public Service Enterprise 0.530 3.42
Merck & Co 0.690 3.42
Donegal Group 0.790 3.40
Valley National Bancorp 0.850 3.40
Dte Energy 0.300 3.40
Qualcomm 1.220 3.40
Sun Life Financial 0.620 3.39
Kimberly-clark 0.610 3.39
Alliant Energy 0.420 3.39
Procter & Gamble 0.630 3.38
United Parcel Service 0.750 3.37
Metlife 0.970 3.36
Garmin 0.750 3.36
Coca-cola 0.700 3.36
Tessco Technologies 0.430 3.35
Unitil 0.400 3.35
Portland General Electric 0.370 3.35
Premier Financial Bancorp 3.33
Coca-cola Enterprises 0.500 3.33
Spok Holdings 0.890 3.32
Toronto-dominion Bank 0.520 3.32
Ing Groep 0.730 3.32
Grupo Aeroportuario Del Centro Norte B. De C.v. 0.700 3.31
Glen Burnie Bancorp 0.040 3.31
Sl Green Realty 0.790 3.31
Newell Rubbermaid 1.300 3.31
Rogers Communications 0.560 3.31
Nisource 0.500 3.31
American Software 1.100 3.30
Mattel 0.550 3.30
Emc Insurance Group -0.070 3.29
Fnb Corp 0.840 3.29
Umpqua 0.940 3.28
Kohl's 1.330 3.28
Fidelity National Financial 0.580 3.28
Ameren 0.430 3.28
Cnooc 0.880 3.28
General Electric 0.970 3.28
Cyrusone 0.710 3.27
Unilever 0.820 3.27
Prudential Financial 1.300 3.27
Cms Energy 0.410 3.27
Lyondellbasell Industries 1.060 3.26
National Fuel Gas 0.670 3.26
Ames National 0.520 3.25
Southside Bancshares 0.660 3.25
Leggett Platt 0.880 3.25
Spire 0.350 3.24
Otter Tail 0.440 3.23
Xcel Energy 0.310 3.23

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