Reit Nyse Top Dividend Stocks in the United States

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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
Cheesecake Factory 1.000 2.38
First Financial Bancorp 0.890 2.38
Middlesex Water 0.710 2.38
Cnb Financial 0.810 2.38
Hewlett Packard 1.450 2.38
Mexico Fund 2.37
Macatawa Bank 0.650 2.37
Cvb Financial 0.890 2.37
Bb&t 1.020 2.37
United Microelectronics 0.630 2.36
Viacom B 0.370 2.36
Sierra Bancorp 0.630 2.36
Oil-dri Corp Of America 0.450 2.36
First Capital 0.070 2.36
Atmos Energy 0.330 2.36
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering 0.650 2.35
Salisbury Bancorp 0.340 2.35
Codorus Valley Bancorp 2.34
Abbvie 1.410 2.34
Aqua America 0.570 2.34
Superior Industries 1.130 2.34
Essa Bancorp 0.570 2.33
Popular 0.920 2.33
Timken 0.990 2.33
Petroleum & Resources 2.33
Conagra Foods 0.600 2.33
Mge Energy 0.450 2.33
Bristol-myers Squibb 0.730 2.33
Berkshire Hills Bancorp 0.660 2.32
Camden National 0.390 2.32
Statoil Asa 1.010 2.32
Fulton Financial 0.660 2.32
Scotts Miracle-gro 0.770 2.31
Cna Financial 0.880 2.31
Franklin Resources 1.140 2.31
Hasbro 0.650 2.31
Air Products & Chemicals 0.940 2.30
Maxim Integrated 1.030 2.30
Guaranty Bancorp 0.580 2.29
Vale 1.180 2.29
Hubbell 0.700 2.29
Telephone & Data Systems 0.840 2.29
Relx 0.550 2.29
Park Electrochemical 0.350 2.29
Aflac 0.650 2.29
S.y. Bancorp 0.520 2.28
Nic 0.510 2.28
First Financial 0.810 2.28
Adtran 0.670 2.28
Ugi 0.510 2.28

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