Dividend Stocks in North- and South America

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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
Hubbell 2.48
First Financial 2.48
Lincoln National 2.48
Kroger 2.48
Federated National Holding Co 2.47
Td Ameritrade Holding 2.47
Tompkins Financial 2.47
Tiffany 2.47
Unitil 2.47
Altra 2.46
United Community Banks 2.46
Royal Caribbean Cruises 2.46
Douglas Emmett 2.46
Siliconware Precision Industries 2.45
Cnb Financial 2.45
Telephone & Data Systems 2.45
Abb 2.45
Deluxe 2.45
Canadian Tire 2.45
Bank Of America 2.45
Pason Systems 2.44
Republic Bancorp 2.44
Wgl Holdings 2.44
First Financial Northwest 2.43
Kaiser Aluminum 2.43
Amtrust Financial Services 2.43
Worthington Industries 2.43
Southwest Gas 2.43
Essex Property Trust 2.43
Target 2.43
Intel 2.43
Arc Resources 2.43
Nexpoint Residential Trust 2.42
Johnson Controls International 2.42
Texas Instruments 2.42
Johnson Controls 2.42
Southwest Georgia Financial 2.41
General Cable 2.41
Ps Business Parks 2.41
Infosys 2.41
Ameriserv Financial 2.40
Snap-on 2.40
Community Bank System 2.40
First Industrial Realty Trust 2.39
Kennametal 2.39
Prosperity Bancshares 2.39
Independent Bank 2.39
East West Bancorp 2.39
Guess? 2.39
Cogeco 2.39

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