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Nasdaq Historical Dividend Yield

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.



Last updated: 2017/8/19 00:34:48 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 22.22
Stonemor Partners L.p. 22.07
Westmoreland Resource Partners Lp 18.39
Mv Oil Trust 18.26
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 17.53
Orchid Island Capital 17.37
Sandridge Permian Trust 17.31
Navios Maritime Acquisition 16.81
Arlington Asset Investment 16.72
Eca Marcellus Trust I 16.67
Ngl Energy Partners Lp 16.42
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust 16.41
Suburban Propane Partners 15.02
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 14.81
Sandridge Mississippian Trust I 14.61
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 14.49
Usa Compression Partners Lp 13.86
Alon Usa Partners Lp 13.79
Ship Finance International 13.33
Stage Stores 13.24
Triangle Capital 12.89
Cbl & Associates Properties 12.77
Medley Management 12.70
American Midstream Partners Lp 12.60
North European Oil Royalty Trust 12.31
Arc Logistics Partners Lp 12.28
Voc Energy Trust 12.19
Energy Transfer Partners 11.98
New Residential Investment 11.88
Frontline 11.74
Summit Midstream Partners Lp 11.65
Western Asset Mortgage Capital 11.62
Zweig Fund 11.60
Wp Glimcher 11.49
Cypress Sharpridge Inv 11.49
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 11.43
Eagle Point Credit 11.35
Mesa Royalty Trust 11.32
Nustar Energy 11.30
Cvr Energy 11.23
Global Partners 11.21
Ellington Financial 11.17
Plains All Am. Pipeline 11.17
New Senior Investment Group 11.15
Greenhill & Co 10.98
Ellington Residential Mortgage Reit 10.95
Sunoco Lp 10.81
Genesis Energy Lp 10.80
Pennymac Mortgage Inv Trust 10.79
Nustar Gp Holdings 10.63

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