Dow 30 Dividend Stocks Dividend Stocks in the United States

Dow 30 Dividend Stocks

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
First Business Financial Services 0.390 2.27
Ultrapar Participacoes 0.810 2.27
Equity Lifestyle Properties 0.420 2.27
Hormel Foods 0.630 2.27
Walgreens Boots Alliance 1.150 2.27
York Water 0.730 2.26
Republic Bancorp 0.800 2.26
Oceanfirst Financial 0.640 2.26
Fauquier Bankshares -0.110 2.26
Texas Instruments 1.270 2.26
Banco Santander 0.940 2.26
Validus 0.600 2.25
Colgate Palmolive 0.500 2.25
Western Digital 1.160 2.24
Nokia Oyj 0.660 2.24
Arthur J Gallagher 0.710 2.24
Source Capital 2.24
Nucor 1.110 2.24
Spdr S&p Dividend Etf 2.23
Flexsteel Industries 0.870 2.23
Cathay General Bancorp 0.840 2.23
Lockheed Martin 0.840 2.23
Delta Air Lines 0.990 2.23
Southern Copper 1.030 2.23
Medtronic 0.850 2.23
3m 1.080 2.23
Suntrust Banks 1.150 2.22
Eaton Vance 1.140 2.22
Associated Banc-corp 0.720 2.22
Mercantile Bank 0.810 2.21
Connecticut Water Service 0.220 2.21
First Commonwealth Financial 0.850 2.21
Resource Capital 0.660 2.21
Deswell Industries 2.20
Brookline Bancorp 0.570 2.20
Companhia De Bebidas (ambev) 0.610 2.20
Infosys 0.480 2.20
Wal-mart Stores 0.800 2.19
Sociedad Quimica Y Minera De Chile 0.970 2.18
Silicon Motion Technology 0.880 2.17
Union First Market Bankshares 0.920 2.17
American International Group 0.630 2.17
First Defiance Financial 0.690 2.16
Capella Education 0.480 2.16
S&t Bancorp 0.640 2.16
Copa 0.920 2.16
Brady 0.680 2.16
Vanguard Emerging Markets Etf 2.15
Adams Resources & Energy 1.140 2.15
Sasol 1.270 2.15

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