10 Most Volatile Stocks Dividend Stocks in the United States

10 Most Volatile Stocks

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

Articles featuring National Oilwell Varco (NOV):

Top Dividend Raises And Cuts For March 2018

Dividend growth investing is a popular model followed by the investing community to build assets. Companies which not only pay dividends, but raise them year after year have been shown to perform better overall for investor returns. As part of my due diligence, I closely monitor all companies that raise dividends (or cut them) and this article shares the dividend amount changes announced by companies. Note that only companies with a market cap of $2B+ are included, as the list of... Read more

National Oilwell Varco: A Dividend Cut Success Story

Last year I wrote an article about GNC Holdings (GNC) and my covered call option writing strategy to exit my position without getting harmed post dividend cut. That article can be read here. Although many commenters applauded my strategy, many did not like it either. Many investors felt it was too risky to “wait” to exit out of my GNC position due to the rapid price movement and wild volatility. Every time GNC reported earnings, the stock price either dropped by 20% or rose by 20%... Read more

Prem Watsa's Dividend Stock Portfolio: Every Holding Analyzed

In many pursuits, newcomers are so far removed from the experts that it is difficult to learn from the best. This is not the case with investing. Investors can easily learn from (and imitate) the investment decisions of successful institutional investors – the best in the business. One example of this is Prem Watsa. As the Chief Executive Officer of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. (OTCPK: FRFHF), a Canadian insurance company, Watsa is the portfolio manager for an impressive... Read more

National Oilwell Varco: A Dividend Increase Would Be Reckless

Financial markets have been spurred by record low rates, rising oil prices and President Trump's promise of infrastructure investing and lower taxes. There has been an eight year bias to the long side, which has encouraged activist investors to devise public relations campaigns to spur stocks. The latest PR campaign apparently involves National Oilwell Varco (NYSE: NOV) increasing its dividend: Early last week, NOV was up just over 5% on news that Ackman's hedge fund may have taken... Read more

Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend on 11/30/2016

The following is a list of companies trading ex-dividend on Wednesday, November 30th:Navient (NASDAQ: NAVI) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.16 per share, or $0.64 annualized. The dividend will be payable on December 16, 2016, to stockholders of record on December 2, 2016, with an ex-dividend date of November 30, 2016. The annual yield on the dividend is 4.4 percent.Get daily under-the-radar research with StreetInsider.com's Stealth Growth Insider Get your 2-Wk Free Trial... Read more

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