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Best Dividend Shares United States

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
Peoples Bancorp Of North Carolina 2.05
Papa John's International 0.680 2.05
Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk Pt 0.490 2.05
Standard Motor Products 0.600 2.05
Qep Resources 0.970 2.05
Hartford Financial Services Group 0.890 2.05
Hormel Foods 0.330 2.05
Sun Communities 0.180 2.05
Lifetime Brands 0.180 2.04
Employers Holdings 0.700 2.04
Tyco Electronics 1.110 2.04
Hawkins 1.170 2.03
Raytheon 0.720 2.03
Air Products & Chemicals 1.120 2.03
Cincinnati Financial 0.690 2.03
Avery Dennison 1.000 2.02
Medtronic 1.050 2.02
Mts Systems 1.080 2.01
Bank Of Marin Bancorp 0.460 2.01
Mueller Water Products 0.810 2.01
Kkr & Co Lp 0.750 2.01
Honeywell International 0.900 2.01
Central Securities 2.00
Praxair 1.390 2.00
Dr Pepper Snapple Group -0.170 2.00
Scotts Miracle-gro 0.830 1.99
Analog Devices 1.130 1.99
Bank Of Commerce 1.98
Pentair 0.830 1.98
Cimarex Energy 0.700 1.97
Paccar 1.410 1.97
Eastern 1.96
Deere 1.650 1.96
Nabors Industries 1.020 1.95
Allegiant Travel 0.670 1.95
Astrazeneca 1.94
Assurant 0.480 1.94
Chubb 0.760 1.94
Stanley Black & Decker 1.320 1.94
Rocky Brands 0.390 1.93
Allstate 0.630 1.93
Cott 0.280 1.92
Wendy's 0.850 1.92
Compx International -0.520 1.92
Mondelez International 0.720 1.92
Avnet 0.710 1.91
Cypress Semiconductor 1.670 1.91
Cohu 1.280 1.91
Nexstar Broadcasting Group 0.480 1.90
Kearny Financial 0.090 1.90

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