Top Highest Dividend Stocks In Dow S&p Nasdaq Dividend Stocks in the United States

Top Highest Dividend Stocks In Dow S&p Nasdaq

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
Flir Systems 0.990 1.41
Stmicroelectronics 1.490 1.40
Franco-nevada 0.390 1.39
Air Lease 1.150 1.39
Tractor Supply 1.030 1.39
Marcus 0.320 1.39
Aptargroup 1.030 1.39
Brooks Automation 1.400 1.38
Stewardship Financial -0.230 1.37
Bel Fuse 1.080 1.37
Griffin Land & Nurseries 1.37
Pzena Investment Management 1.270 1.37
Lindsay 1.130 1.37
Gildan Activewear 0.380 1.37
Wd-40 0.850 1.36
J & J Snack Foods 0.740 1.36
Unitedhealth Group 1.070 1.36
Scripps Networks Interactive 0.300 1.36
Novo Nordisk A/s 0.440 1.36
Hb Fuller 1.020 1.36
Raven Industries 1.050 1.35
Kaman 1.050 1.35
Cohu 1.280 1.35
Estee Lauder 1.010 1.35
Innospec 0.850 1.34
Sei Investments 0.650 1.34
First Financial Bankshares 0.590 1.33
Lithia Motors 0.940 1.33
Greene County Bancorp 0.110 1.32
Nelnet 0.790 1.32
Alliance Data Systems 1.140 1.32
Enersis Americas 0.270 1.31
Csx 1.110 1.31
Terex 1.620 1.30
Kansas City Southern 0.910 1.30
Intercontinental Hotels Group 0.790 1.30
Expeditors Int 1.170 1.30
Selective Insurance Group 0.760 1.29
Royal Gold 0.430 1.29
Kemper 0.690 1.29
Citrix Systems 0.850 1.29
Lance 0.100 1.28
Kelly Services 0.670 1.28
Bel Fuse 0.610 1.28
Westlake Chemical 1.420 1.28
Ashland 0.710 1.28
Rli 0.760 1.27
Crh 0.660 1.27
Church & Dwight 0.450 1.27
Utah Medical Products 0.940 1.27

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