Dividend Stocks in North- and South America

Cys Investments Dividends

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
Sierra Bancorp 2.72
Foot Locker 2.72
Kla-tencor 2.72
Oil-dri Corp Of America 2.71
Provident Financial 2.70
Caterpillar 2.70
United Fire & Casualty 2.69
Telecomunicacoes De Sao Paulo 2.69
Bancolombia 2.69
Huaneng Power International 2.68
Garmin 2.68
Macatawa Bank 2.67
Jm Smucker 2.67
Ps Business Parks 2.67
Alexandria Real Estate Equities 2.67
Fastenal 2.67
Cisco Systems 2.67
Vanguard Emerging Markets Etf 2.66
Tim Participacoes 2.66
Zions Bancorporation 2.66
Auburn National Bancorp 2.66
Johnson Controls International 2.66
Johnson Controls 2.66
Vectren 2.66
Black Hills 2.66
Westamerica Bancorp 2.65
Mutualfirst Financial 2.65
Unilever 2.65
Thor Industries 2.65
Illinois Tool Works 2.65
Essa Bancorp 2.64
Simmons First National 2.64
Corning 2.64
China Telecom 2.64
Abb 2.64
Himax Technologies 2.64
Spectrum Brands 2.63
Marlin Business Services 2.63
Union First Market Bankshares 2.63
Lockheed Martin 2.63
Johnson & Johnson 2.63
First Industrial Realty Trust 2.62
First Defiance Financial 2.61
Intact Financial 2.61
First Financial 2.61
Tredegar 2.61
Consultatio 2.61
Unitil 2.61
Lakeland Financial 2.60
Southwest Gas 2.60

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