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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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Top 50 Communication Services By June Yield Were Led By Telefonica And Telecom Argentina, American Telecoms Placed 8 And 9

Actionable Conclusion (1-10): Analysts Predicted 7.6-75.8% Net Gains From Top Ten Communication Services Equities To June 2019 Four of ten top gaining Communication Services WallStars, based on analyst 1-year target prices, were also among the top ten dividend yielders for the coming year (as tinted in the chart above). Thus, the yield-based forecast for Communication Services, as graded by Wall St. wizards, was 40% accurate. Projections, based on estimated dividends from $1000 invested in... Read more

32 Of 74 Communication Services Equities Show 'Safer' Dividends For April

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Analysts Estimate Top Ten Communications Services 'Safer' Dividend Stocks To Net 3.32% to 41.23% Net Gains By April, 2019 Six of ten top-yield "safer" dividend communication services dogs (tinted gray in the chart above) were among the top ten gainers for the coming year based on analyst 1 year target prices as of 4/11/18. Thus, the yield strategy for this group, as graded by analyst estimates for this month, proved 60% accurate. Projections based on estimated... Read more

How Western Digital Became The Technology April Favorite Dividend Dog

Technology SML Dogs of April Yield (dividend / price) results from here verified by Yahoo Finance were calculated as of April 5, 2016 for Small, Mid, & Large cap Technology stocks. Small cap firms were valued at $200M(illion) to $2B(illion); Mid cap firms were worth $2B to $10B; Large caps were valued above $10B. Those yield results led to three actionable conclusions discussed below. Fifty For the Money Since late 2011 this report series has applied dog dividend methodology to... Read more

Why Invest In Asia-Pacific Dividend Stocks

The current dividend yield on the S&P is 2.30% as of Dec 20, 2013. Compared to this low yield, some markets in the Asia Pacific region have higher yields, while others have similar low yields. The dividend yields of select Asian countries according to data from Financial Times are listed below: Australia - 4.1%China - 4.5%Hong Kong - 2.9%Indonesia - 2.7%India - 1.7%Philippines - 1.9%South Korea - 1.1%Taiwan - 2.7%Thailand - 3.3% Investors generally invest in Asian stocks mainly for price... Read more

10 Emerging Asia Dividend Stocks To Consider

Emerging market stocks have traditionally been favored by investors for their price appreciation potential. Most emerging markets were not known for high dividend yields and investors did not focus their attention on emerging market stocks for their dividend yields. However that need not be the case now as many emerging market companies pay high and consistent dividends similar to those in developed markets. The following chart shows the Dividend Per Share (DPS) and Earnings Per Share (EPS)... Read more

U.S. Vs. Foreign Stocks: A Dividend Yield Comparison

Foreign stocks have traditionally had higher dividend yields than U.S. stocks due to a variety of reasons. While U.S. firms prefer to retain excess earnings for future growth, companies in other countries tend to pay out a higher portion of earnings to investors in the form of dividends. In some countries such as Australia, favorable tax treatment of dividends also encourages firms to payout more. The current yield on the S&P 500 is 2.06%. For many years the dividend yield on the S&P 500 has... 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

10 High Yield Foreign Dividend Paying Stocks To Consider

The dividend yield on the S&P 500 is around a measly 2.0%. For investors looking to earn higher income from investing in equities, foreign stocks provide attractive investment opportunities. Generally, foreign stocks have had higher dividend yields when compared to U.S. stocks due to many reasons. The following chart shows that U.S. equities had a dividend yield of just 2% at the end of 2011 while global income stocks had yields of over 5%: Click to enlarge: Source: A global search... Read more

3 International Dividend Stocks for the Beginning Investor

It doesn't matter if you're new to investing or have been doing it for a lifetime -- you need to understand the business models of the companies you invest in. Understanding how a company makes money greatly reduces your overall investing risk. In that spirit, today we're going to look at three companies with great dividends and easy-to-understand business models, focusing on businesses that have been around for a while and look as if they're going to stay around -- because what good is a... Read more

Asia’s Best Yielding Dividend Companies - An Overview

The growth of the economy is slowing but it seems that we will reach a soft-landing. Recently published forecasts of the economic growth show that the highest GDP growth will be realized in Asia and Latin America. Europe should get a negative growth due to the debt crisis. I’ve tried to screen all listed stocks with headquarter in Asia (American Depositary Receipts) by the best yielding stocks. There are 308 Asian companies of which 70 pay dividends. In order to restrict my criteria, I... Read more

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