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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.



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Stock name Dividend yield
Cvs Caremark 2.93
Hollyfrontier 2.93
Alexandria Real Estate Equities 2.92
Ntt Docomo 2.92
Eaton 2.92
First Industrial Realty Trust 2.92
Pnm Resources 2.92
Abb 2.91
Mdu Resources Group 2.90
Pepsico 2.90
Rayonier 2.90
Stewart Information Services 2.90
Vectren 2.90
Hni Corp 2.89
Suncor Energy 2.89
Nextera Energy 2.87
Prologis 2.87
Southwest Gas 2.87
Entravision Communications 2.86
Gap 2.86
Haverty Furniture 2.86
Genuine Parts 2.85
Greif 2.84
Bancolombia 2.83
Miller Industries 2.83
Grupo Aeroportuario Pac 2.83
Penske Automotive Group 2.83
Nordstrom 2.82
Cf Industries 2.81
Idacorp 2.81
Eli Lilly 2.81
Cousins Properties 2.79
Apache 2.78
Marathon Petroleum 2.78
Spdr Dow Jones International Real Estate Etf 2.77
New Jersey Resources 2.76
Orion Engineered Carbons 2.76
Unilever 2.76
Bemis 2.75
Teekay 2.75
Douglas Emmett 2.73
Legg Mason 2.73
Ryder System 2.73
Ternium 2.73
China Telecom 2.72
Cohen & Steers 2.71
Marine Products 2.71
Myers Industries 2.71
Sanofi-aventis 2.71
Canadian Natural Resources 2.69

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