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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.

Articles featuring Duke Realty (DRE):

An 8.1% Yield REIT That Benefits From The 'Amazon' Trend

This report has been produced together with High Dividend Opportunities author Jussi Askola. Lexington Realty Trust (LXP) is a diversified REIT in transition to becoming an industrial REIT, similar to Gramercy Property Trust (GPT), which we recommended to our investors and readers and sold after the buyout offer from Blackstone (BXMT). Gramercy got bought out by Blackstone which saw an opportunity to buy a soon-to-be industrial REIT at a deep discount to peers. The least we can... Read more

How To Retire With Dividend Stocks And Recession Fears

One challenge I frequently hear about from retirees is producing reliable income during retirement. They may be focused on the total yield of their portfolio or they may be dealing with the required minimum distributions from tax advantaged retirement accounts. The beautiful thing about the stock market today is the sale prices available on REITs. Investors are so enamored with the idea that yields are rising and therefore REITs must fall that they stopped paying attention to the... Read more

REITs And Homebuilders Plunge As Yields Shoot Higher

Real Estate Weekly Review The REIT ETFs (VNQ and IYR) finished the week lower by 3%, erasing the 1% gain last week, resuming a post-tax-reform slide that has seen the REIT index retreat to levels last seen in early 2016. The 10-year yield surged 18 basis points, reaching the highest level in more than three years as investors expect upward pressure on economic growth, wages, and inflation due to the tax reform package. The S&P 500 (SPY) dipped nearly 3% this week while homebuilders (XHB)... Read more

Should You Buy Duke Realty And Its 3.1%-Yielding Dividend?

Investment Thesis Duke Realty (DRE) is a publicly listed REIT that owns a portfolio of industrial properties in the United States. The company is expected to continue to grow its revenue due to strong demand for industrial spaces. The REIT has a healthy balance sheet that allows it to expand its portfolio through accretive acquisitions and development. Duke Realty has a good track record of increasing its dividend consistently. The REIT’s dividend yield of 3.1% is safe with a healthy payout... Read more

Dividends In Danger? Let's Restart This Series

Wow. Where does the time go? The last time I wrote a Dividends in Danger article was in September 2011. A recent exchange in a comment stream convinced me to restart this series. As before, I will act mostly as a scribe, reporting what readers and other authors say about dividends that may be in danger. The idea is to consolidate information into one place and provide an opportunity to talk about it. To get restarted, rather than go through SA's recent articles, I am presenting here... Read more

REIT Dividends Are Like Snowballs: All You Need Is Wet Snow And A Long Hill

Last week fellow Seeking Alpha writer David Van Knapp and I were both quick to defend a ridiculous article that was meant to derail the all important dividends paid by real estate investment trusts (REITs). As any "semi-intelligent" investor knows, REITs distribute (by law) at least 90 percent of their taxable income to shareholders annually in the form of dividends and that is what makes the 53 year-old asset sector so special. Accordingly, any company that qualifies as a REIT is permitted to... Read more

The Best Dividends On August 13, 2012

Here is a current overview of the best yielding stocks with a market capitalization of over $2 billion that have their ex-dividend date on the next trading day. So if your broker settles your trade today, you will receive the next dividend. A full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks on August 13, 2012. In total, 67 stocks and preferred shares go ex-dividend - of which 34 yield more than 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 4.37%. The ex-dividend... Read more

20 Mid Cap Dividend Stars, Sliced And Diced

We continue to investigate dividend alternatives to fixed income investments. It's important not to overstate the impact of dividend stocks -- they are different than bonds -- but increasingly a portfolio with a bias towards dividends is an important part of a retirement portfolio where some form of income stream is important. The Street.com came up with 20 mid-cap dividend stars, which appeals to me on two levels: We previously examined a three stocks with dividends and growth and found... Read more

5 High Yield Stocks That Can Keep Paying Big Dividends

In this article I have chosen five stocks based off their high dividend yields, pay-out ratios and growth prospects for future on a relative value basis. While investors love dividend stocks these days, however they should consider a company's ability to maintain a high dividend yield in coming years too. Add cheap valuations to high dividend yielding stocks with sustainable outlook, and one gets a formula for outperforming markets indices. Here is my analysis on such stocks. Pitney Bowes, Inc.... Read more

8 High Dividend Stocks With High Institutional Ownership

Stocks with high institutional ownership are a good way for “do-it-yourself” investors to get the inside scoop on what people “in the know” are investing in. Granted, institutional investors typically have elaborate strategies at work, and may own a stock for decades or minutes. While the percentage of institutional ownership is just a snapshot, it is a good starting place. The sorts of investors included under the term “institutional” are people with a massive wealth of resources – like... Read more

The 250 Personal Finance Questions for Your 20s & 30s

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