Highyield Stocks Nyse Dividend Stocks in the United States

Highyield Stocks Nyse

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
Air Products & Chemicals 1.120 2.17
Conocophillips 0.970 2.17
Capella Education 0.480 2.16
Alaska Air Group 0.720 2.15
Prudential 0.940 2.15
Mts Systems 1.080 2.15
Lincoln Electric 1.270 2.15
Hawthorn Bancshares 0.240 2.15
Enterprise Bancorp 0.620 2.15
Albemarle 0.800 2.15
German American Bancorp 0.530 2.14
Western New England Bancorp 0.600 2.14
Sensient Technologies 0.680 2.14
Reliance Steel & Aluminum 1.380 2.14
Sun Communities 0.180 2.14
Thomson Reuters 0.660 2.12
Aflac 0.690 2.12
Trico Bancshares 0.610 2.11
Norfolk Southern 1.060 2.11
Petroleo Brasileiro 0.760 2.11
Spdr Dow Jones Industrial Average Etf Trust 2.10
Ishares Msci Acwi Index Fund 2.10
Central Valley Community Bancorp 0.080 2.09
Mb Financial 0.880 2.09
Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk Pt 0.490 2.09
Discover Financial Services 1.030 2.09
Futurefuel 0.580 2.08
Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers 0.840 2.08
Novartis 0.830 2.08
Peoples Bancorp Of North Carolina 2.07
Hawkins 1.170 2.07
Nordic American Tanker 0.840 2.07
Rpm International 1.080 2.07
Carter's 0.840 2.06
J2 Global Communications 1.010 2.04
Employers Holdings 0.700 2.04
Avery Dennison 1.000 2.04
Capital City Bank Group 0.930 2.03
Wendy's 0.850 2.03
Sysco 0.450 2.03
Quest Diagnostics 0.700 2.03
Astrazeneca 2.03
Hershey 0.250 2.03
Bank Of Marin Bancorp 0.460 2.02
Hartford Financial Services Group 0.890 2.02
Gerdau 1.840 2.02
Dover 0.610 2.02
Kla-tencor 1.750 2.02
Celanese 2.01
Medtronic 1.050 2.01

Articles featuring Air Products & Chemicals (APD):

A Dividend Growth Analysis Of The Dividend Champions

Overview In this article I present my first analysis of the Dividend Champions. The Dividend Champions are U.S. stocks that have grown their dividend for 25+ years in a row. This is a fairly select list as only 107 companies have successfully done so. This is out of the over 4,000 companies listed on stock exchanges at the end of 2018. These companies have survived periods of inflation, stock market crashes, global crisis and deep recessions. They may not have grown revenue and earnings per... Read more

The Retirees' Dividend Portfolio - John And Jane's July Taxable Account Update: Looking To The VIX Index

August is starting off on a pretty rough note even after the market received its expected rate cut from the Federal Reserve. With this, there have been suggestions that the S&P 500 could be headed south as major support somewhere lies somewhere between 2600 and 2800. This means that I expect to see some interesting value propositions across a number of sectors. It has been a while since I looked at the VIX index (there isn't much need to look at it when the markets are acting... Read more

The Most Undervalued And Overvalued Dividend Champions - August 2019

Summary A stock with a yield higher than usual may be undervalued. A stock with a yield lower than usual may be overvalued. Here is the July 2019 list of the most undervalued and overvalued Dividend Champions based on a comparison to historical yield. In June 2015, I started a series of articles in which I highlight the stocks from the Dividend Champions list that have the highest and the lowest Percent Above Average Yield (PAAY) over the past year and over the past five years.... Read more

The Retirees' Dividend Portfolio - John And Jane's June Taxable Account Update: The Danger Of Making Assumptions

Introduction Assumptions can be a useful tool when trying to examine the impact of a hypothetical scenario, especially when investing. For instance, it would be necessary to use assumptions when forecasting expected dividend income. When I perform a task like this, I like to establish a range that I can reasonably expect will occur. Worst-case scenario Baseline scenario Above-average scenario The point of making different assumptions is to build a range that we expect our true scenario... Read more

The Most Undervalued And Overvalued Dividend Aristocrats - July 2019

In June of 2015, I started a series of articles in which I highlight the stocks from the Dividend Champions list that have the highest and the lowest Percent Above Average Yield (PAAY) over the past year and over the past five years. PAAY is a measure of how much a stock is above (high PAAY, undervalued?) or below (low PAAY, overvalued?) its usual yield, and can be an indication that the stock is mispriced. My most recent article with the list can be found here: under and overvalued Dividend... Read more

A Mathematician Plays the Market

Paulos offers a hilarious account of how the stock market both follows and defies mathematical principals. He offers an engaging overview of everything from 'betas' to the efficient market hypothesis.
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