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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.

Last updated: 2018/3/21 23:07:03 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Caseys General Stores 0.91
Enterprise Financial Services 0.91
Alico 0.90
Fanhua 0.90
First Bancorp 0.90
Intuit 0.90
Kearny Financial 0.90
Synalloy 0.90
Techne 0.90
Wintrust Financial 0.88
Atrion 0.87
Nordson 0.87
Pricesmart 0.87
First Savings Financial Group 0.85
U.s. Global Investors 0.84
Marketaxess 0.84
Pinnacle Financial Partners 0.84
Investors Title 0.83
Nature's Sunshine Products 0.83
Dnb Financial 0.81
Sei Investments 0.81
Ross Stores 0.80
Financial Engines 0.78
Jb Hunt Transport 0.78
Shenandoah Telecommunications 0.78
Woodward 0.78
Powershares Qqq Trust Series 1 0.76
Aaon 0.73
Ameris Bancorp 0.73
Shire 0.73
Wsfs Financial 0.73
Golar Lng 0.72
Mantech International 0.72
Werner Enterprises 0.72
Littelfuse 0.70
Sirius Xm Radio 0.70
Applied Materials 0.68
Hingham Institution For Savings 0.66
Spartan Motors 0.66
Astec Industries 0.65
The Ensign Group 0.65
Qad 0.65
Pan American Silver 0.64
Mks Instruments 0.63
Century Bancorp 0.62
Formula Systems (1985) 0.62
Johnson Outdoors 0.62
Lemaitre Vascular 0.62
Qad 0.62
Sun Hydraulics 0.62

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