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Best Nyse Dividend Stocks 2017

Compare the dividend stocks in the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

Dividend Aristocrats are companies in the S&P 500 that have increased dividend payouts to shareholders every year for the last 25 years. The S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats is the most prestigious list of dividend stocks, the top dividend stocks S&P 500. The Dividend Aristocrats index is a member of the S&P Dividend Aristocrats index series.
Only regular dividend payments will be considered when determining the calendar year total dividend payments of a company. Special cash dividends will not be considered for eligibility purposes on a historical and ongoing basis.


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: 2017/11/21 00:42:55 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
At&t 5.81
Hcp 5.52
Target 4.13
Exxon Mobil 3.84
Chevron 3.69
Kimberly-clark 3.39
Archer-daniels-midland 3.25
Cardinal Health 3.24
Emerson Electric 3.22
Leggett Platt 3.16
Coca-cola 3.16
Consolidated Edison 3.14
Genuine Parts 3.13
Procter & Gamble 3.12
Pepsico 2.81
Nucor 2.76
Abbvie 2.73
Cincinnati Financial 2.72
Grainger, W.w. 2.59
Clorox 2.53
T. Rowe Price Group 2.44
Johnson & Johnson 2.43
Vf Corp 2.41
Sysco 2.40
Air Products & Chemicals 2.35
Medtronic 2.31
Mcdonalds 2.26
Walgreens Boots Alliance 2.25
Wal-mart Stores 2.24
Colgate Palmolive 2.21
Aflac 2.15
Lowes Companies 2.09
Hormel Foods 2.05
Adp 2.05
3m 2.05
Pentair 2.02
Dover 2.00
Franklin Resources 1.98
Illinois Tool Works 1.97
Abbott Laboratories 1.93
Mccormick 1.89
Chubb 1.88
Ppg Industries 1.59
Stanley Black & Decker 1.54
Brown-forman 1.39
Becton Dickinson 1.32
Ecolab 1.13
Cintas 1.09
S&p Global 1.03
Sherwin-williams 0.87

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AT&T Inc.: The Highest-Yielding Dividend Aristocrat Deserves Your Attention

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The MnM Portfolio, October 2017 - Another Solid Month In Dividend Growth Land

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40 Dividend Stocks Battling Into 2018

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Dividend Champions: 12 Increases Expected By January 31

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Dividend Champion Portfolio November Update

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A True Assessment Of AT&T's Dividend Risks

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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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