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

The Nasdaq Stock Market, also known as the Nasdaq or Nasdaq index, is the second-largest U.S. stock exchange and is operated by the Nasdaq OMX Group. Nasdaq has more than 3500 listed issues.


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 E*trade Financial (ETFC):

4 Stocks With Very High Total Yield

The Concept of Total Yield Is Becoming More Important More companies are employing stock buybacks as a method of rewarding shareholders (as well as management). Over $1 trillion was spent on share repurchases by public companies in 2018, according to a study by Bank of America, quoted in Yahoo! Finance. This is up 91%. Many technology and financial companies use buybacks, and the sectors are expanding that employ them, according to the study. This article focuses on the concept of total... Read more

Top 4 Dividend Stocks For March

As we enter a new month, I run backtests on sectors and stocks of interest to find seasonal patterns. While seasonal patterns alone are not enough reason to push capital into an ETF or a stock, they do help with entry points. Although I am primarily a trader, one of my most requested article types for Seeking Alpha is dividend lists. Because a number of dividend stocks appeared as having strong entry points in March on my watch list, today I will dig through them to present you my top four... Read more

A Simple Step That Pays Huge Dividends

Last week I wrote an article about getting better returns on your investment by knowing your strengths and weaknesses. You can read that article by clicking HERE. Today, I'm going to share another way that you can easily improve your stock market returns. It will take a few minutes of extra work upfront, but down the road it will lead to dramatically better returns for your stock and bond investments. What am I talking about? Simple, keep an eye on your portfolio's costs. Some mutual fund... Read more

No-Dividend Stocks Crushing The Market: Top List

It was barely a decade or so ago that dividends were shunned as old-school. In 2002 just 351 of the companies in the S&P 500 paid a dividend, a steep come-down from the 425-450+ that was the norm from the '80s through the Internet 1.0 boom and bust. Fast forward through a couple of bear markets and the Federal Reserve's rate repression that has flattened interest income for retirees and nervous Baby Boomers, and dividends are back in vogue. Way back. The number of S&P 500 companies paying a... Read more

E*TRADE Financial Corporation Obtains Regulatory Approval to Dividend Bank Capital to Its Parent Company

E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC) today announced that its subsidiary, E*TRADE Bank, has received regulatory approval to dividend capital to the Companyís Parent. The capital distribution will take place during September, in the amount of $100 million. The Company intends to seek approval for similar distributions of $100 million per quarter, over the near term.... Read more

The Most Promising Dividends in National Brokerages

Dividend payers deserve a berth in any long-term stock portfolio. But seemingly attractive dividend yields are not always as fetching as they may appear. Let's see which companies in the brokerage industry offer the most promising dividends. Yields and growth rates and payout ratios, oh my! Before we get to those companies, though, you should understand just why you'd want to own dividend payers. These stocks can contribute a huge chunk of growth to your portfolio in good times and bolster... Read more

The Most Promising Dividends in National Brokerages

Yields and growth rates and payout ratios, oh my!Before we get to those companies, though, you should understand just why you'd want to own dividend payers. These stocks can contribute a huge chunk of growth to your portfolio in good times, and bolster it during market downturns. As my colleague Matt Koppenheffer has noted: "Between 2000 and 2009, the average dividend-adjusted return on stocks with market caps above $5 billion and a trailing yield of 2.5% or better was a whopping 114%. Compare... Read more

Juice Your Returns With Dividends

In recent weeks I've been discussing how to estimate expected stock returns. So far I've looked at pinning down growth and dealing with valuation multiples. Today, we'll put the cherry on top by looking at dividends and share count. There's nothing wrong with strong earnings growth and the potential of selling your shares at a higher price in the future. However, particularly after the experience of the past decade, many investors are realizing that a company that actually pays them regularly... Read more

Dividends Arenít Enough: Brokers

I love cash. As an investor, nothing makes me happier than a company that returns money to shareholders, rather than spending it recklessly on a CEOís pet projects or an ill-fated acquisition. Historically, investors have often looked at a stockís dividend yield to identify these shareholder-friendly enterprises. But I prefer a slightly different metric -- one proven to further maximize investor returns. A 2007 study in The Journal of Finance suggests that investors should also factor net... Read more

Invest Like a Billionaire: If You are Not Watching the Best Investor in the World, Who are You Watching?

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