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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: 2019/10/18 00:33:08 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Eca Marcellus Trust I 11.27
Delek Logistics Partners Lp 11.22
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 11.19
Quad Graphics 11.17
Gaslog Partners Lp 11.08
Knot Offshore Partners Lp 11.07
Enable Midstream Partners Lp 10.85
Mfa Financial 10.81
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical 10.77
Global Partners 10.73
Hugoton Royalty Trust 10.62
Geo Group 10.56
Ellington Residential Mortgage Reit 10.53
Sunoco Lp 10.51
Enel Generacion Chile 10.50
Whitehorse Finance 10.49
Permian Basin Royalty Trust 10.48
Energy Transfer Partners 10.46
Gabelli Equity Trust 10.41
Suburban Propane Partners 10.31
Liberty All Star Equity Fund 10.30
Genesis Energy Lp 10.30
Chimera Investment 10.23
Stellus Capital Investment 10.16
Css Industries 10.08
Macquarie Infrastructure 10.04
Westwood Holdings Group 10.01
Western Gas Partners 9.98
Holly Energy Partners Lp 9.93
Bancroft Fund 9.90
Corecivic 9.83
Tallgrass Energy Partners 9.80
B&g Foods 9.75
H&q Healthcare Investors 9.71
Terra Nitrogen 9.69
Dreyfus High Yield Strategies 9.63
Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance 9.57
Hercules Tech Growth Cap 9.55
Ship Finance International 9.50
Ellington Financial 9.44
Kayne Anderson Energy Development 9.37
Targa Resources 9.30
Mplx Lp 9.28
Barnes & Noble 9.23
Xinyuan Real Estate 9.22
Arbor Realty Trust 9.21
Aberdeen Asia-pacific Income Fund 9.11
Briggs & Stratton 9.06
Mfs Intermediate Income Trust 9.01
Ah Belo 9.01

Articles featuring Eca Marcellus Trust I (ECT):

Dividends By The Numbers For September 2019 And Q3 2019

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Cumulative Dividend Cuts At The Midpoint Of Q2 2019

We're just past the midpoint of the second quarter of 2019, where the pace of dividend cuts that have been announced to date in our near real-time sampling of these declarations is well ahead of the same point of time a year earlier in the second quarter of 2018. The following chart illustrates the cumulative number of dividend cuts by day of quarter for both 2018-Q2 and 2019-Q2, where we find that the cumulative number in 2019-Q2 is running near the threshold that would indicate recessionary... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For May 2018

For dividends in the U.S. stock market, May 2018 fell pretty much in the middle of every other May during the previous five years. Nothing particularly exciting or worrying, just a pretty solid month for dividend-paying stocks overall. Let's run through the numbers for May 2018's dividends... 3,648 U.S. firms declared their dividends during May 2018, which is up from April 2018's 3,388 and which is also up from May 2017's 3,536. In May 2018, 43 firms in the U.S. announced... Read more

Sampling Dividend Cuts In February 2016

While we're waiting for S&P's official tally of all the dividend cut declarations made in February 2016, which should be posted sometime later today, we thought we'd get a jump on what to expect by extracting a sample of the dividend cuts that our primary sources for real-time dividend cut announcements recorded during February 2016 to get a sense of what that report is likely to indicate. The picture isn't good - the pace of dividend cuts during the current quarter of 2016-Q1 has now... Read more

Dividend Cuts Piling Up

Did you know that there has been at least one dividend cut announcement on each and every single trading day in February 2016? It's true! The only weekday that didn't have one was Monday, 15 February 2016, which didn't have one because U.S. markets were closed for trading for the President's Day holiday. That said, the number of dividend cuts announced in this first quarter of 2016 is now greater at this point of time than the number that were announced in the first quarter of a year... Read more

5 Low Debt, Small Cap Dividend Stocks Pulling In Profits

Dividend stocks at the small-cap level can fit the bill for investors who are looking for both growth and additional income. Especially, if the dividend stocks offer moderate to high yields. To find small-cap dividend stocks that appear to be well positioned for growth, we first looked at profit and took a close look at both the rate of income generated from assets as well as operational efficiency. All of the companies in our list today have the positive attribute of increasing profitability... Read more

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7 Stocks With Yields Over 10% Go Ex-Dividend Next Week

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4 Profitable Stocks With 9%+ Yields Trading Below Fair Value

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5 Inexpensive Energy Stocks Yielding Over 8%

When I begin to screen stocks I look for two things, high yields over 8% and low P/E ratios preferably under 20 (however I'll make a few exceptions from time to time). That being said, these five energy stocks should certainly enhance any portfolio, especially when it comes to their dividends. Whiting USA Trust I (WHX) - Founded in 2007 and based in Houston, Texas, WHX currently trades at a P/E ratio of 5.76 and yields 16.7% ($2.39) making the stock very inexpensive by most standards. Analysts... Read more

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