High Dividend Stocks Dow Dividend Stocks in the United States

High Dividend Stocks Dow

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
National Oilwell Varco 1.420 0.55
Coca-cola Bottling 0.840 0.54
Encana 1.260 0.54
Teleflex 1.100 0.53
Landstar System 0.910 0.53
Esco Technologies 0.340 0.52
Cia De Minas Buenaventura 0.650 0.52
Celadon Group 0.710 0.52
Teck Resources 1.300 0.52
Ormat Technologies 0.620 0.50
Hdfc Bank 0.930 0.49
Sm Energy 1.710 0.49
Loews 0.970 0.49
Banco Bradesco 0.970 0.48
Meta Financial Group 0.710 0.47
Mesa Laboratories 0.080 0.47
Analogic 0.750 0.47
Nrg Energy 1.030 0.46
Blackbaud 0.820 0.46
Ametek 0.850 0.46
Marten Transport 0.530 0.45
United States Steel 1.420 0.45
Jones Lang Lasalle 0.730 0.45
Qcr 0.44
Gold Resource 0.440 0.44
Curtiss-wright 1.050 0.44
Cubic Corp 0.810 0.44
Chemed 0.720 0.43
Ypf 0.900 0.41
Emcor Group 0.810 0.41
Deltic Timber 0.680 0.41
Activision Blizzard 1.440 0.41
Patterson-uti Energy 1.950 0.40
Patterson-uti Energy 1.950 0.40
Insteel Industries 0.880 0.40
Heartland Express 0.600 0.40
Consolidated-tomoka Land 0.140 0.39
Alamos Gold 0.670 0.38
Eagle Materials 1.120 0.38
Alamo Group 0.630 0.38
Asa 0.37
Perkinelmer 1.150 0.36
Fortive 0.950 0.36
Ebix 0.630 0.35
Dynamic Materials 0.550 0.35
Mosaic 1.200 0.35
Acuity Brands 1.050 0.35
Delphi Automotive Plc 0.970 0.34
Olympic Steel 1.070 0.34
Gulf Island Fabrication 0.970 0.34

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