Top 250 Highest Dividend Yielding Stocks

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Compare the 250 highest dividend yielding stocks 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
Newtek Business Services 8.59
Macquarie Infrastructure 8.59
Commonwealth Bank Aus 8.56
Mtn Group 8.55
Irsa Inversiones Y Representaciones 8.52
Prosiebensat.1 Media 8.52
Transcend Information 8.51
Holly Energy Partners Lp 8.50
Volta Finance 8.49
China Petr. & Chem. 8.49
Intesa Sanpaolo 8.47
L Brands 8.44
L. Brands 8.44
United Bank 8.44
Credit Suisse Asset Management Income Fund 8.43
Calamos Global Total Return Fund 8.41
Xinyuan Real Estate 8.39
Andeavor Logistics Lp 8.39
Mfs Multimarket Income Trust 8.39
Enlink Midstream Partners L.p. 8.39
Solar Senior Capital 8.36
Senior Housing Properties 8.36
Whitestone Reit 8.35
Ciner Resources Lp 8.31
Cielo 8.31
Fortress Income Fund Ltd (a) 8.31
Tupperware Brands 8.30
Intu Properties 8.29
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank 8.28
Transmontaigne Partners 8.25
Bezeq Israeli Telecom 8.24
Pak Elektron 8.23
Goldman Sachs Bdc 8.22
Arbor Realty Trust 8.21
Fauji Cement 8.21
Western Gas Partners 8.21
Pier 1 Imports 8.19
Archrock Partners Lp 8.19
Evraz 8.18
Spectra Energy Partners Lp 8.15
Alliancebernstein Holding Lp 8.14
Hub Power 8.13
New Zealand Refining 8.11
Super Retail Group 8.09
China Petroleum & Chemical 8.08
Enable Midstream Partners Lp 8.06
Anz Banking 8.05
Centrica 8.04
Compass Diversified 8.02
Mcb Bank 8.00

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