Dividend Stocks in North- and South America

Most Loser Stocks

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
Daktronics 2.59
T. Rowe Price Group 2.58
Mutualfirst Financial 2.58
Unilever 2.58
Hollyfrontier 2.58
M&t Bank 2.58
Dana Holding 2.57
International Bancshares 2.57
Collectors Universe 2.57
Xcel Energy 2.57
Diageo 2.57
Ohio Valley Banc 2.56
Meridian Bioscience 2.56
Emc Insurance Group 2.56
Ameren 2.56
Banregio Grupo Financiero 2.56
Peak Resorts 2.55
Haynes International 2.55
Douglas Dynamics 2.55
Bancolombia 2.55
Prologis 2.55
Essa Bancorp 2.54
Northern Trust 2.54
National Healthcare 2.54
Friedman Industries 2.54
Grupo De Inv. Suramericana 2.54
Illinois Tool Works 2.54
Renasant 2.53
Cyrusone 2.53
Timken 2.53
Superior Uniform 2.53
Teekay 2.53
Kilroy Realty 2.52
Axis Capital 2.52
Bankunited 2.51
Manpower 2.51
Cms Energy 2.51
Wvs Financial 2.50
Bok Financial 2.50
Cal-maine Foods 2.49
Imperial Oil 2.49
Horace Mann Educators 2.49
Capitol Federal Financial 2.49
Vina Concha Y Toro 2.49
Procter & Gamble 2.49
Hubbell 2.48
First Financial 2.48
Lincoln National 2.48
Kroger 2.48
Agnico-eagle Mines 2.48

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