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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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Healthcare Yields Of 3% To 4.8% From Top 10 WallStars In November

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Analysts Projected 14.7% To 40.7% Net Gains For Top Ten Healthcare WallStars By November 2019 Five of ten top dividend-yielding Healthcare stocks were verified as being among the top ten gainers for the coming year based on broker 1-year target prices. (They are tinted gray in the chart above). Thus, this yield-based forecast for Healthcare WallStars as graded by Wall St. proved 50% accurate. Projections based on estimated dividend amounts from $1000... Read more

'Safer' Dividend Healthcare Top WallStar Gainers Are Gilead, Sanofi, Amerisource, Anthem, And Johnson, Per Broker May Targets

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Estimated Top Ten Healthcare "Safer" Dividend WallStars to Net 11.3% to 27.4% Gains To May 2019 Six of ten top 'safer' dividend Healthcare WallStars by yield (shaded in the chart above) were verified as being among the top ten gainers for the coming year. Thus, based on analyst 1-year target prices, the dog strategy for this Health group graded out as 60% accurate in May. Projections based on estimated dividends from $1000 invested in the ten highest... Read more

6 Dividend Industrials Undervalued By Levered Free Cash Flow

One way a stockholder feels comfortable investing in industrials is by knowing that the company has a solid cash position after payments on debt. Here levered free cash flow plays an important role in paying for dividends and further expansion of the business. To create the list below we researched industrial stocks that paid a dividend of at least 1% but not more than 5%. This allowed us to stay away from the riskier high yield space. Additionally, we looked for those industrial companies that... Read more

8 Large Caps Yielding More Than 3% Undervalued By LFCF/EV

Interested in finding high yield large caps to add to your portfolio for the new year? We ran a screen on large-cap companies (market caps above $10 billion) for those yielding more than 3%. Large cap companies are considered more stable than their smaller counterparts. We then screened for those stocks that are undervalued by levered free cash flow/enterprise value. This will provide a starting point for your analysis. This ratio gives us the money that the business can use to grow and pay... Read more

Best Dividend Yield And Growth Opportunities From Germany

The German Economy Germany is the largest economy in Europe and the fifth-largest in the world when measured by purchasing power parity (after U.S., China, India and Japan). It is the world's second-largest exporter (larger than U.S. or Japan) and second only to China. The country has a very high standard of living and a comprehensive system of social security. In addition, the country has a highly qualified labor force and a very high level of innovation. The unemployment in Germany is... Read more

The Best Class Of Dividend Stocks: Midsized Companies With Favorable Valuations

Except for REITs, double-digit high yielders are sometimes too good to be true. They have problems keeping the dividend that high. It is those with great yield (3-8%), favorable valuation (low enterprise value/EBITDA ratio), medium sized ($5 billion to $20 billion) companies that may be the best class of dividend stocks for the long run. The following companies have been profitable. They have a very favorable valuation with EV/EBITDA ratio below 10. And they pay a nice dividend between 3-8%.... Read more

Revisiting Top Paying Dividend Stocks - Size Matters

I recently wrote an article listing the top paying dividend stocks from a range of industries. The purpose of the article was to provide readers with a list of stocks to investigate as potential additions to their portfolios. One of the comments suggested that I track their performance to see how dividend yield might correlate to future performance. While I can start tracking this most recent list, I can also review the performance of the previous set of top paying dividend stocks from my July... Read more

Under-Followed Dividend Growth Stocks From The Netherlands

The Dutch Economy The Netherlands is a member of the European Union and has a very strong economy. It ranks 7th in GDP per capita and is among the world's top 10 exporting countries. Rotterdam is Europe's largest port. The Netherlands had a very important role during the colonial period of the 17th to the early 20th century and controlled significant trade routes. In fact, the world's oldest stock is considered to be that of a Dutch company - The Dutch East Indies Company (Vereenigde... Read more

The Best Yielding Consumer Dividend Stocks With Highest Expected Earnings Growth

Stocks from the consumer goods sector are characterized by low volatility and stable dividends, but they also have a slow growth especially due to the aftereffects of the financial and debt crises. I made a screen of the sector by the best yielding stocks with highest expected growth for the next five years. I decided to select only stocks whose earnings per share are expected to grow by more than 10 percent for the next five yearsand their dividend yields are above 3 percent. Exactly... Read more

9 High Dividend Stocks Growing By At Least 10%

Investors like high dividend stocks - they help offset losses or boost returns and can even be used as a source of income if they are stable enough. Between 1927 and 2009, high dividend stocks on average returned 13.04%, beating the market by 1.36% per year. However, if companies don't grow, or the stocks themselves don't otherwise produce consistent returns, then all those dividends will count for nothing. High growth stocks tend to lose more than the market during recessions, but quickly... Read more

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