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Compare the dividend stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), also referred to as the Industrial Average, the Dow Jones, the Dow index, or simply the Dow, is a stock market index to gauge the performance of the industrial sector within the American economy.
Two-thirds of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's 30 component companies are manufacturers of industrial and consumer goods.

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.

Articles featuring Exxon Mobil (XOM):

Kiplinger's 'Most Reliable Dividend Stocks On Earth' For April

Kiplinger Investing offers "insights for investors" online. This "World's Most Reliable" list was compiled by Kiplinger in October 2018, data was updated 4/2/20.These most reliable dividend stocks on Earth, also known as International “Dividend Aristocrats,” have raised dividends at least five straight years (Canadian firms), 10 years (E.U.-based firms) or 25 years (U.S. firms).98 select dividend stocks ranged 0%-24.72% in annual yield and ranged 0%-160.6% in... Read more

BP's Dividend Is Safe For The Moment - Buy

The grand question about the oil giants in the face of the coronavirus and price war threats is how long will it all last?That feeds through into how sustainable the dividend yield is. And the oil giants are worth buying if those dividends will be maintained.BP has just told us that they will cut capital expenditure, save money, but that the dividend will stay if it's a medium-term-only problem. BP is a buy.The big question Do we face a temporary hiccup in the economy or a... Read more

Why Oil Majors' 7-11% Dividend Yields Could Be In Danger

Oil majors underperformed the market significantly over the last years, increasing their dividend yield significantly to 7-12%.Investors are questioning the sustainability of dividends as oil prices dropped to a 18-year low and a recovery is not in sight due to the COVID-19 pandemic and price war.In this article, I will create a model based on operational and financial parameters, which will try to predict whether the company will cut its dividends.The results are worrying. BP and... Read more

Chevron: 7% Dividend Yield With A Potential 20% Upside

Oil price will eventually bounce back, but it is hard to predict the timing.Only oil companies with low cost of production, a strong balance sheet and good oil assets can have a high probability of survival.Among the three low-cost producers, including Chevron, Occidental Petroleum and Exxon Mobil, Chevron seems to be the best pick.We estimate the share price could have a 20% upside from the current price. Chevron (CVX) has been hit severely in the stock market, caused by the... Read more

Dividend Investors: These 5 Aristocrats Are Trading At Historic Discounts

Dividend Aristocrats are solid investments during a crisis due to their solid performance during such times in the past.The reliable income can help investors to keep their cool while their portfolios are in the red, and dividend reinvestment is even more attractive while prices are low.Investors should take a closer look at these stocks that provide above average income yields while their business models are relatively recession-resilient.Article Thesis During times of crisis,... Read more

Dividend Aristocrat Performance: March 2020

Components of the S&P 500 that have paid steadily increasing dividends for at least 25 years have outperformed the broader market over time. This article demonstrates that historic outperformance and lists the current Dividend Aristocrat constituents and their recent returns. While the Dividend Aristocrats have outperformed in the last six down years for the broad market, the strategy underperformed in March and thus far for full year 2020. March was the worst absolute month... Read more

WisdomTree U.S. Large Cap Dividend ETF: Visibility Limited, But Shares Are Getting Attractive

DLN invests in large-cap and giant-cap dividend stocks in the United States.Many of these stocks have consistently increase their dividends in the past many years.DLN’s shares are trading at a slight discount to their historical average.ETF Overview WisdomTree U.S. Large Cap Dividend ETF (DLN) focuses on large-cap and giant-cap dividend stocks in the United States. DLN tracks the WisdomTree U.S. Large Cap Dividend Index. The fund selects 300 largest companies by market cap from... Read more

Don't Let The Dividend Safety/Growth Blind You

The lesson that many investors adopted following the GFC was to focus on income and (almost) care less about price appreciation.We always claimed that total return is the only true way that may be used. Any other way is a voluntary self-deception.For almost 11 years, the DGI style has made miracles, causing investors to be blinded to the most basic aspects aspects of investing.And then, Covid-19 showed up, and the rest is already (a painful) history.Many investors have adopted... Read more

Dividend Aristocrat Round-Up (Focus On Kimberly-Clark) For 3/16-3/20

Most aristocrats are done this week.Some consumer staples and utilities did well.I focus on Kimberly-Clark and put it on the watch list.Top dividend yields for the week Helmerich & Payne (HP): 21.58% Tanger Factory Outlet (SKT): 20.65% Meredith Corp. (MDP): 14.9% Exxon (XOM): 10.63% Chevron (CVX) Bottom dividend yields for the week: West Pharmaceutical (WST): +49% Tootsie Roll (TR): 1% RLI Corp. (RLI): 1.25% Sherwin-Williams (SHW): 1.30% Ecolab (ECL): 1.33%... Read more

Shell's Juicy 15% Yield Stands Out Among Majors

Oil prices will remain low in the near term, but it seems likely that they will recover to pre-crisis levels in the long run.Shell has shown that it remain highly cash flow positive even in a low oil price environment.Shell can maintain its dividend at the current level through this crisis.Article Thesis Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-A) (RDS-B), one of the biggest oil and gas producers in the world, has seen its share price slump so much that its dividend now yields more than 15%. The... Read more

How to Make Money by Fast Trading

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