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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
Northern Trust 1.83
Starbucks 1.82
Tessera Technologies 1.82
Iberiabank 1.81
Lancaster Colony 1.81
Lakeland Financial 1.81
Wendy's 1.80
Horizon Bancorp (in) 1.79
Bob Evans Farms 1.76
Flexsteel Industries 1.76
Guaranty Bancorp 1.76
Mid Penn Bancorp 1.76
Andersons 1.75
Forrester Research 1.74
Washington Federal 1.74
York Water 1.74
Independent Bank 1.73
Silicom 1.73
Argo Group International 1.72
Barrett Business Services 1.72
Comcast 1.72
Heritage Financial 1.72
National Interstate 1.72
Wd-40 1.72
Bankfinancial 1.71
Home Bancshares 1.71
Steel Dynamics 1.71
Whole Foods Market 1.71
First Midwest Bancorp 1.70
Ruth's Hospitality Group 1.70
Simmons First National 1.70
Great Southern Bancorp 1.68
Renasant 1.68
Bank Of Marin Bancorp 1.67
First Financial Bankshares 1.67
Texas Roadhouse 1.67
First Community 1.66
First Merchants 1.66
Sb Financial 1.66
Avago Technologies 1.65
Lance 1.64
Pacific Continental 1.64
Superior Uniform 1.64
Banner 1.63
Jack In The Box 1.63
Bank Of The Ozarks 1.63
Codorus Valley Bancorp 1.62
Trico Bancshares 1.62
Scholastic 1.61
G&k Services 1.60

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