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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: 2019/7/19 00:35:40 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Abbvie 6.26
At&t 6.13
Exxon Mobil 4.61
Hcp 4.59
Cardinal Health 4.27
Leggett Platt 4.07
Chevron 3.83
Archer-daniels-midland 3.47
Consolidated Edison 3.38
3m 3.30
Walgreens Boots Alliance 3.23
Coca-cola 3.07
Emerson Electric 3.03
Kimberly-clark 2.97
Franklin Resources 2.94
Genuine Parts 2.90
Target 2.90
Nucor 2.88
Johnson & Johnson 2.87
Pepsico 2.86
T. Rowe Price Group 2.79
Illinois Tool Works 2.61
Procter & Gamble 2.57
Clorox 2.41
Colgate Palmolive 2.33
Vf Corp 2.31
Mcdonalds 2.17
Medtronic 2.16
Sysco 2.15
Grainger, W.w. 2.11
Cincinnati Financial 2.09
Air Products & Chemicals 2.05
Hormel Foods 2.04
Dover 2.01
Chubb 1.99
Aflac 1.94
Adp 1.91
Pentair 1.87
Wal-mart Stores 1.85
Lowes Companies 1.80
Stanley Black & Decker 1.79
Ppg Industries 1.63
Abbott Laboratories 1.49
Mccormick 1.43
Becton Dickinson 1.22
Sherwin-williams 0.97
S&p Global 0.95
Ecolab 0.94
Brown-forman 0.91
Cintas 0.79

Articles featuring Dividend Aristocrat Abbvie (ABBV):

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A Real Dividend Growth Machine: 2019 Mid-Year Portfolio Review

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June Dividend Jubilee In The Rose 94 Stock Portfolio With Value Up 14.99% For First Half 2019

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Bunker Portfolio: A New Strategy And Our Latest Dividend Aristocrat

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The Best Dividend Stocks To Buy During The Rate Cut Rally

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My Dividend Growth Portfolio: Q2 2019 Summary

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Hunting For The Right Dividend Stock

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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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