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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).

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization and is operated by NYSE Euronext. NYSE Euronext has more than 8000 listed issues.


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 Las Vegas Sands (LVS):

My Dividend Growth Portfolio: Q2 2019 Summary

Introduction It's time to summarize another quarter. The last quarter was very volatile. After the S&P 500 plunged by over 6.5% in May, it more than recovered in June reaching a new all-time high. Unlike the first quarter the gains were very erratic. Year to date the S&P 500 is up 18.6%, and my portfolio showed gains consistent with the broader market. While it's not my ultimate benchmark, I still compare my performance to the S&P 500 as it shows an alternative way of... Read more

Jobs Day, Tesla Deliveries And Dazzling Dividends (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions and other key events that could impact stocks. The Wall Street Breakfast Sponsored by If you are interested in listening to Stocks To Watch to start your Sunday (you can read the full Stocks To Watch here), look for us in the following places: iTunes (find all Seeking Alpha Podcasts here) Stitcher SoundCloud... Read more

The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - John's May Update: When It Becomes Hard To Find A Good Deal

In last month's article regarding John's retirement accounts, The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - John's April Update: Focus On The Blended Yield, I mentioned that I was extremely interested in Valero Energy (VLO) and Parker Hannifin (PH) as two potential candidates worth increasing John's exposure to. The VLO position was increased to a total of 150 shares but we ultimately chose to not add any shares of PH. With a new month upon us and a stock market that has rallied (at least in some... Read more

Dividend Challenger Highlights: Week Of June 23

Introduction The Dividend Champions list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts, and the latest edition may be found here. However, since this list is only produced once per month, the data in it can quickly get out of date. Furthermore, with close to 900 companies on the list, the sheer amount of data can quickly become overwhelming. In this weekly series, I highlight recent and upcoming dividend related activity for companies... Read more

Dividend Challenger Highlights: Week Of June 16

Introduction The Dividend Champions list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts, and the latest edition may be found here. However, since this list is only produced once per month, the data in it can quickly get out of date. Furthermore, with close to 900 companies on the list, the sheer amount of data can quickly become overwhelming. In this weekly series, I highlight recent and upcoming dividend related activity for companies... Read more

3 “Cash Cow” Dividend Stocks Yielding Up to 21%

You Can Milk These Dividend Stocks for Bigger Yields If you want to earn more income in the stock market, then you want to invest in this quiet niche: “cash cows.” Regular readers know I write about these firms often. The companies represent mature businesses that owners can milk for ongoing dividends. Think of industries like toothpaste, pipelines, or cigarettes. These firms don’t have a lot of growth prospects, but they still gush cash flow. As a result, some of these... Read more

My Dividend Growth Portfolio: Q1 2019 Summary

Introduction It's time to summarize another quarter. The last quarter was one of the best quarters in the past decades. The S&P 500 is up by over 13% and the gains were very consistent with low volatility. My portfolio returns were similar to the broader over the first quarter, and I did it with a lower beta. While it's not my ultimate benchmark, I still compare my performance to the S&P 500 as it shows an alternative way of investing. My main goal is to achieve a growing stream... Read more

5 Safe And Cheap Dividend Stocks To Invest This Month (Retirement Series)

The markets have recovered strongly from a near-bear market scenario on Christmas Eve last year. The trend has been only upwards since the New Year, as visible from the below chart. Most market participants see this to be a clear sign that bulls are back in control, while some believe it to be a bear market bounce rally. Only time will tell. Nonetheless, there is no denial that sentiment has improved to the point that most stocks are no longer cheap. S&P 500 ETF (SPY) 6-month... Read more

12 Dividend Increases: January 21-25, 2019 (Part 2: Remaining Sectors)

Monitoring dividend increases for stocks on my watch is one way to identify candidates for further analysis. Companies that regularly increase their dividends show confidence in future earnings growth potential. I use the CCC List as a starting point and apply the following screens: Dividend Yield ≥ 1.0% Market cap ≥ $1 billion No stocks that are being acquired No Over-The-Counter or Pink Sheet stocks This past week, 30 companies that decided to increase their dividends passed... Read more

My Dividend Growth Portfolio - Q4 2018 Summary

Introduction It's time to summarize another quarter, and another year. The last quarter was extremely volatile in the stock market. It started with new highs, continued with sharp declines and ended a little higher than the lows. I don't believe that this was such an extreme scenario. I believe that we as investors got used to the low volatility and forgot how it feels when the stock market is being volatile. Up until the last quarter I was lagging the S&P 500 when it comes to my... Read more

Stock Fundamentals On Trial : Do Dividend Yield, P/E and PEG Really Work?

Are high Dividend Yield, low Price / Earnings (P/E) ratio, and low Price / Earnings to Growth (PEG) ratio good indicators of future share price performance -- as conventional wisdom would suggest? Did high yield stocks (the Yield Stars) perform much better than low yield stocks (the Yield Dogs) in recent years? Did low P/E stocks (the P/E Stars) perform much better than high P/E stocks (the P/E Dogs)? What about PEG Stars vs. PEG Dogs? In this book I put company fundamentals on trial, using real historic data and specially annotated charts as evidence. In weighing up the evidence I consider whether the buy-and-hold investor had any advantage over the market timer, and whether stock picking would have been more effective than index investing.
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