Best Dividend Stocks

High yield investing: invest in the stocks with the best dividend yields

Stocks with a high dividend yield can give a positive turn to your stock portfolio by giving you a steady income. promotes high dividend yield investing by giving you a free overview of the best dividend stocks. Here you can find the high dividend stocks 2023. Unlike other websites, not just one country or index is listed.
Every page dedicated to a country or index contains links to major financial sites (Bloomberg, Financial Times, Google Finance, Morningstar, Yahoo Finance, etc.) to make it easier for you to find the stock information you need. Of course, various financial indicators like Price/Earnings ratio and Dividend Yield are already shown on for your convenience.

Never forget your due diligence. Always verify all relevant information yourself before you invest in a company. doesn’t give you any investing advice, but shows you the best stocks for dividends 2023.

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield!
An extremely high dividend yield 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.
Inconsistent dividends, or suspended payments in the past, mean that the dividend yield can’t be counted on. Knowing whether dividend payments have increased year over year is essential to making a decision to buy. Please take this into consideration before you’re going to invest your money!

Top Dividend Yields

# S&P 500 Aristocrats FTSE 100 Nasdaq NYSE SSE TSX 60
1AbbvieImperial BrandsFangda Special Steel TechnologyTranscanada
3Exxon MobilBritish American TobaccoChina Petroleum & ChemicalBce
4HcpDirect Line Insurance GroupChina Shenhua EnergyBank Of Nova Scotia
5Cardinal HealthVodafone GroupYoungor GroupPembina Pipeline
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How To Deal With Dividend Withholding Tax

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