Top Us Stocks For 2017 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Top Us Stocks For 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
Ppg Industries 0.790 1.53
Juniper Networks 0.760 1.53
Walt Disney 0.970 1.53
Clifton Savings Bancorp 0.510 1.52
La-z-boy Chair 1.100 1.52
Bancfirst 0.750 1.51
Amerisourcebergen 0.880 1.51
Strattec Security 1.50
Altra 0.920 1.50
Prudential 0.930 1.50
Pathfinder Bancorp 0.010 1.50
Sealed Air 0.770 1.50
Novo Nordisk A/s 0.890 1.50
Intercontinental Hotels Group 0.860 1.50
Avery Dennison 0.880 1.50
Halliburton 1.120 1.49
Oracle 1.100 1.49
Open Text 0.560 1.48
Td Ameritrade Holding 1.110 1.48
South State 0.820 1.48
Huntsman 1.230 1.48
General Dynamics 0.980 1.48
Bank Of America 1.120 1.48
Bel Fuse 1.040 1.47
Legacytexas Financial Group 0.760 1.47
Bank Of The Ozarks 0.950 1.47
Donaldson 0.870 1.47
Texas Roadhouse 1.030 1.46
Teekay Offshore Partners Lp 0.630 1.46
Simulations Plus 0.770 1.45
Resmed 1.040 1.45
Central Valley Community Bancorp 0.390 1.45
Ameriserv Financial 1.45
Brooks Automation 1.800 1.45
Umb Financial 0.680 1.45
Hooker Furniture 0.190 1.45
Raytheon 0.920 1.45
Broadridge Financial Solutions 0.750 1.45
Ruth's Hospitality Group 0.370 1.44
Employers Holdings 0.420 1.44
Raven Industries 0.990 1.44
Bel Fuse 0.530 1.44
Mueller Industries 0.790 1.44
Fomento Economico Mexicano Sab De Cv 0.510 1.44
Superior Uniform 1.44
Matthews International 0.890 1.43
Barrett Business Services 0.530 1.43
Tenaris 1.300 1.43
Simpson Manufacturing 0.700 1.43
Harris 0.550 1.43

Articles featuring Ppg Industries (PPG):

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