STOXX North America Select Dividend 40 Dividend Stocks STOXX North America Select Dividend 40

Nasdaq Top Dividends 2016

Compare the dividend stocks in the STOXX North America Select Dividend 40 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The STOXX North America Select Dividend 40 Index offers investors the ideal tool to track high-dividend-yielding companies across North America.

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: 2016/9/28 00:33:32 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Centurylink 7.88
Igm Financial 6.15
Pepco Holdings 5.08
Power Financial Corp 5.07
Can. Imp. Bank Of Commerce 4.81
Power Corp. Of Canada 4.79
Mattel 4.75
At&t 4.65
New York Comm Bancorp 4.60
Shaw Communications 4.53
Verizon Comm 4.30
Great-west Lifeco 4.28
Ppl 4.26
Pitney Bowes 4.22
Entergy 4.18
Southern Company 4.18
Firstenergy 4.18
Duke Energy 4.14
Bank Of Montreal 4.02
Altria Group 3.82
Reynolds American 3.79
Public Service Enterprise 3.74
Exelon 3.66
Transcanada 3.63
Pfizer 3.50
Consolidated Edison 3.41
American Electric Power 3.36
Ameren 3.29
Dte Energy 3.18
Scana 3.07
Merck & Co 2.92
Kimberly-clark 2.90
Bristol-myers Squibb 2.69
Genuine Parts 2.67
Cincinnati Financial 2.56
Eli Lilly 2.51
Annaly Capital Management 1.33

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