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Compare the dividend stocks in the NYSE 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: 2017/9/19 00:34:49 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 21.93
Stonemor Partners L.p. 21.15
Westmoreland Resource Partners Lp 18.91
Eca Marcellus Trust I 18.60
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust 17.66
Mv Oil Trust 17.48
Sandridge Permian Trust 17.31
Orchid Island Capital 16.87
Arlington Asset Investment 16.70
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 16.09
Navios Maritime Acquisition 15.87
Ngl Energy Partners Lp 15.29
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 15.27
Sandridge Mississippian Trust I 14.83
Suburban Propane Partners 14.63
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 14.44
Usa Compression Partners Lp 13.64
Triangle Capital 13.04
Voc Energy Trust 13.02
Medley Management 13.01
Greenhill & Co 12.54
Alon Usa Partners Lp 12.34
Cbl & Associates Properties 12.33
American Midstream Partners Lp 12.13
New Residential Investment 12.10
Western Asset Mortgage Capital 11.85
North European Oil Royalty Trust 11.82
Wp Glimcher 11.79
Energy Transfer Partners 11.68
Eagle Point Credit 11.61
Ellington Financial 11.53
Cypress Sharpridge Inv 11.39
Centurylink 11.38
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 11.34
Zweig Fund 11.22
New Senior Investment Group 11.18
Pennymac Mortgage Inv Trust 11.09
Ellington Residential Mortgage Reit 11.09
Medley Capital 10.92
Summit Midstream Partners Lp 10.90
Global Partners 10.88
Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment 10.82
Fs Investment 10.80
Nustar Energy 10.77
Frontline 10.75
Genesis Energy Lp 10.68
Arc Logistics Partners Lp 10.58
Stage Stores 10.53
Zweig Total Return Fund 10.50
Chimera Investment 10.48

Articles featuring Cornerstone Total Return Fund (CRF):

The Pace Of Dividend Cuts Midway Through 2017-Q3

Now that we're just past the halfway point for the third quarter of 2017, let's take a quick look to see how the pace of dividend cuts in 2017-Q3 compares with the year-ago quarter of 2016-Q3. The following chart shows the data we compiled for both periods from Seeking Alpha's Dividend News resource and the Wall Street Journal's Dividend Declarations database. Compared to the third quarter of 2016, the pace of dividend cuts in the third quarter of 2017 is slightly... Read more

The Yield Curve Is Now Useless As A Recession Indicator

The yield curve has always had an excellent forecasting record. The Fed’s own wacky policies may have skewed this early-warning system’s reliability, but an interpretive adjustment can restore its usefulness. This indicator has allowed me to predict the last two recessions. Here’s what it tells us now—and here’s why you should interpret it through a slightly different lens. Why The Yield Curve Is No Longer What It Used to Be The yield curve is... Read more

2017 - Q3 Starts With Faster Pace For Dividend Cuts

It's still early in the third quarter of 2017, but compared to the third quarter of a year ago, distressed U.S. firms experiencing distress are cutting their dividends at a slightly accelerated pace. Compared to the two previous quarters of 2017, however, 2017-Q3 is seeing a faster pace of dividend cuts than 2017-Q2 did but is about on the same pace as 2017-Q1. Looking at the firms that have announced dividend cuts in 2017-Q3 into 25 July 2017, all but one are concentrated in... Read more

Global Flash PMI Ticks Up: A Catalyst For Bond Yields

The July round of flash manufacturing PMIs showed a slight but important rebound in the "global flash manufacturing PMI" (an indicator we put together based on the Markit readings). Our data show the global flash reading up +0.4pts to 54.3 - which is the highest reading since February this year, thus while the move is not huge, it is very important that the indicator has begun to accelerate again after a period of consolidation. On the detail, it was driven by a stronger US: +1.2pts... Read more

Watch The Yield Curve

The yield curve consists of the interest rates on treasuries plotted against their respective maturities. Normally, the yields are greater the longer the term is because it means the investor's money is tied up for longer. As maturities lengthen, so do risks, which an investor is compensated for with the higher yield. A commonly used indicator is the spread between the 10 and 2 year treasury yields, which (the inversion of 10/2 year yields) has been a leading indicator of the last five... Read more

Why Is The Yield Curve Flattening?

After months of ignoring the Fed and focusing solely on the new administration in Washington, the spotlight is back on Chair Yellen. The Fed continues to tighten monetary police by inching up the benchmark rate. We now have a "1" in front of our fed funds rate for the first time in more than 8 years. This is the 15th tightening cycle since the Second World War. In all but three of those cycles, a recession followed. During the typical recession the S&P 500 falls by nearly... Read more

10-Year Treasury Yield Drops Despite Fed Rate Hike

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday hiked interest rates again, asserting that moderate economic growth will continue for the foreseeable future. But confidence appeared to be in short supply via the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield, which slumped amid rising demand for this safe-haven asset. Tighter monetary policy doesn’t usually promote a robust round of bond purchases, but yesterday’s trading broke with tradition. The 10-year yield fell for the first time in over a week, dropping... Read more

When Low Bond Yields Don't Prop Up Stocks

A common justification for high stock valuations is that interest rates are low, and likely to stay that way. But low or falling rates and bond yields haven't always resulted in lofty stocks. In fact, in at least one notable case, falling bond yields have done virtually nothing to prop up stocks. US stocks are trading at high multiples. But do (still) low rates really justify them? Almost all current fund managers got into the business after the early 1980s… some much later. That... Read more

Forget The Yield Curve, Watch Property Prices To Get Bank Stocks

In this article we look at how global property price trends influence financial sector stocks, and perhaps more interestingly - what the outlook is. The chart comes from a broader discussion on global property price trends in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report. The chart below shows a monthly view of global GDP weighted property price growth (year over year) vs the Thomson Reuters global bank stock index. There is a clear link, and some important reasons why they... Read more

Dismal Data And Inverted Yield Curve Signal Recession

Watching any financial media the past couple weeks is full of bullish stock market news. The Dow hit a new record a couple days ago, and nothing seems to shake the market's bullish confidence. But there are deep problems brewing within the economy. And these problems are causing a divergence between the stock and bond markets... ...but remember the bond market takes a longer-term view of what's going on. I think people are taking a longer-term view on our economy, our... Read more

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