Dividend Stocks in North- and South America

Tsx Ranked By Dividend

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
Bank Of Montreal 4.33
Banco De Bogota 4.33
Nordstrom 4.32
Canadian Natural Resources 4.32
Citizens & Northern 4.31
Blackrock Municipal Income Investment Quality Trust 4.31
Powershares International Dividend Achievers Portfolio 4.30
Ennis 4.30
Enel Americas 4.30
Highwoods Properties 4.29
Corus Entertainment 4.28
Fnb Corp 4.28
Peoples Bancorp 4.27
Hcp 4.27
Gabelli Global Deal Fund 4.26
Globe Specialty Metals 4.26
Olin 4.26
Eni 4.26
Retail Opportunity Investments 4.25
Manulife Financial 4.25
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Lp 4.25
H&r Block 4.25
Lloyds Banking Group 4.24
Harley-davidson 4.24
Blackrock Muniyield California Insured Fund 4.23
Gasco 4.23
Washington Trust Bancorp 4.22
Wells Fargo 4.22
Apache 4.22
Dws Strategic Income Trust 4.20
Cogent Communications Group 4.20
Carnival Plc 4.20
Spok Holdings 4.20
Park National 4.20
Transcanada 4.20
Southern Company 4.19
Blackrock Muniholdings Quality Fund 4.18
Msc Industrial Direct 4.18
Comerica 4.18
Blackrock Municipal Bond Trust 4.17
Cemig 4.17
Donegal Group 4.16
Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund 4.16
Boston Private Financial 4.15
Mesa Royalty Trust 4.15
Grupo Aval Acciones Y Valores 4.15
Vornado Realty Trust 4.15
Ryder System 4.15
China Mobile Ltd 4.15
Blackrock Muniholdings Quality Fund Ii 4.14

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