Ibm Dividends 2017 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Ibm Dividends 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
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

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