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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: 2017/10/18 23:08:07 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
United Fire & Casualty 2.40
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 2.38
Sinclair Broadcast Group 2.38
Walgreens Boots Alliance 2.38
Cvb Financial 2.37
Haynes International 2.37
Viacom 2.37
Capella Education 2.36
Flushing Financial 2.36
Hasbro 2.35
Cnb Financial 2.34
Aceto 2.33
C.h. Robinson 2.33
Investors Bancorp 2.33
Petmed Express 2.33
Consolidated Water 2.32
Huntington Bancshares 2.30
Western Digital 2.30
Empire Resources 2.29
Essa Bancorp 2.29
Fulton Financial 2.29
Mcgrath Rentcorp 2.29
Capitol Federal Financial 2.28
First Business Financial Services 2.27
Glacier Bancorp 2.27
Kewaunee Scientific 2.27
Fifth Third Bancorp 2.26
American National Bankshares 2.25
Union First Market Bankshares 2.25
Astro-med 2.24
Brookline Bancorp 2.24
C&f Financial 2.23
Mts Systems 2.23
Span-america Medical Systems 2.21
Kla-tencor 2.20
Ohio Valley Banc 2.20
Artesian Resources 2.19
A. Schulman 2.18
Mercantile Bank 2.16
Oceanfirst Financial 2.16
Hawkins 2.15
Bank Mutual 2.13
Intersil 2.13
Republic Bancorp 2.13
Mondelez International 2.12
Texas Instruments 2.12
Camden National 2.11
Columbia Banking System 2.11
Chemical Financial 2.10
S.y. Bancorp 2.10

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