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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).

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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: 2019/11/21 23:07:04 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Manhattan Bridge Capital 7.71
Calamos Strategic Total Return Fund 7.66
Oaktree Strategic Income 7.51
Capital Southwest 7.21
Student Transportation 7.07
Centerra Gold 7.04
Stonecastle Financial 7.02
Gaming And Leisure Properties 7.02
Golub Capital Bdc 6.89
Gladstone Investment 6.73
America First Tax Exempt Investors Lp 6.62
Royce Focus Trust 6.62
Gladstone Commercial 6.56
Beasley Broadcast Group 6.54
Spartan Stores 6.52
Pacwest Bancorp 6.49
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb 6.43
Bed Bath & Beyond 6.35
Petmed Express 6.18
Golden Ocean Group 6.15
Crown Crafts 5.99
Oha Investment 5.97
Innophos 5.91
Patterson 5.79
United-guardian 5.74
Nve 5.72
Oritani Financial 5.61
Pope Resources 5.59
Kraft Heinz 5.52
Flexsteel Industries 5.46
Deswell Industries 5.38
Bldrs Europe 100 Adr Index Fund 5.27
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 5.26
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 5.17
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 5.17
Hanmi Financial 5.16
Tessco Technologies 5.15
Umpqua 5.10
Lamar Advertising 4.98
Ark Restaurants 4.90
Goodyear Tire & Rubber 4.90
Baldwin & Lyons 4.87
Hopfed Bancorp 4.85
National Research 4.85
United Bancorp 4.85
Citizens Holding 4.81
Golar Lng 4.76
Kewaunee Scientific 4.73
Baldwin & Lyons 4.72
Transglobe Energy 4.71

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