Dividend Stocks in North- and South America

Dividend Date Calendar

Compare the highest dividend yielding stocks in North- and South America 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
Bb Seguridade 5.37
Blackrock New Jersey Municipal Bond Trust 5.36
Tapestry 5.36
Physicians Realty Trust 5.36
Royal Dutch Shell A 5.35
Compass Minerals International 5.35
Aircastle 5.34
Schlumberger 5.34
Transcanada 5.34
Micron Solutions 5.33
Urstadt Biddle Properties 5.33
Avon Products 5.33
New York Comm Bancorp 5.31
Medical Properties Trust 5.30
Star Gas Partners Lp 5.29
Gap 5.28
Bldrs Europe 100 Adr Index Fund 5.27
Ishares Iboxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond Fund 5.27
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 5.26
Umh Properties 5.26
Grupo Mexico 5.26
Hsbc 5.25
Independence Realty Trust 5.25
Gabelli Global Healthcare & Wellnessrx Trust 5.24
Horizon North Logistics 5.24
Kohl's 5.24
Altisource Residential 5.24
Royal Dutch Shell B 5.23
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust 5.23
Las Vegas Sands 5.22
First Trust/fidac Mortgage Income Fund 5.22
Simon Property Group 5.21
New Ireland Fund 5.19
Nicholas Financial 5.18
Kar Auction Services 5.17
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 5.17
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 5.17
Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce 5.17
Hanmi Financial 5.16
Tessco Technologies 5.15
National Health Investors 5.14
Grupo Aval 5.14
Domtar 5.13
Umpqua 5.10
Franklin Universal Trust 5.09
Brandywine Realty Trust 5.08
Power Financial Corp 5.06
Mfs High Income Municipal Trust 5.05
Banco Santander 5.05
Western Asset Managed Municipals Fund 5.04

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