Dow Jones Top 50 Growth Dividend Stocks in the United States

Dow Jones Top 50 Growth

Compare the dividend stocks in the United States by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

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.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Vale 3.140 0.38
Olympic Steel 3.930 0.38
Daxor 1.440 0.38
Thermo Fisher Scientific 0.970 0.37
Cognex 1.500 0.37
Callaway Golf 1.120 0.37
Aaron's 1.080 0.37
Cabot Oil & Gas 0.780 0.36
Winmark 1.120 0.35
First Citizens Bancshares 2.380 0.35
Insteel Industries 3.120 0.34
Asa 0.34
Universal Health Services 1.130 0.33
Patterson-uti Energy 3.220 0.31
Consolidated-tomoka Land 1.650 0.31
Lennar 1.290 0.31
Anadarko Petroleum 1.880 0.31
Ixys 1.720 0.30
Mgp Ingredients 1.950 0.30
Teck Resources 1.480 0.30
Alamos Gold 0.890 0.29
Maximus 1.730 0.29
Gerdau 3.320 0.29
Belden 2.580 0.29
Mercadolibre 0.950 0.28
Multi-color 1.120 0.28
Kmg Chemicals 1.260 0.28
Range Resources 0.840 0.28
Pegasystems 1.780 0.27
Cimarex Energy 1.960 0.27
Minerals Technologies 2.650 0.27
Gamco Investors 1.350 0.27
Northeast Bancorp 0.560 0.26
Circor International 2.030 0.26
American Vanguard 2.420 0.26
Cia De Minas Buenaventura 0.950 0.25
Acuity Brands 1.820 0.25
Sk Telecom 0.530 0.24
Leucadia National 1.960 0.23
Heico 1.910 0.21
Eqt 1.890 0.21
Hecla Mining 2.070 0.20
Titan International 1.730 0.19
Sony 1.010 0.18
Central Securities 0.17
Encore Wire 3.250 0.17
Textron 1.230 0.17
Advance Auto Parts 0.660 0.16
Yanzhou Coal Mining 2.330 0.16
Phillips-van Heusen 0.240 0.16

Articles featuring Vale (VALE):

Iron Ore Defeating The Doomsday Scenario Part 2 - Rising Free Cash Flows And The Return Of The Dividends

In the first part of this series, I tried to demonstrate that iron ore miners were a typical example for a successful contrarian investment. More importantly, despite last year's gains, I am still bullish on the sector, at least mid-term. I believe that earnings and cash flows will continue to rise and that these developments are not fully priced in yet. There is still plenty of room for positive surprises which should lift stocks higher, for example growing dividends. A Look at the... Read more

Digging Deeper Into Vale SA's Dividend Update

Vale SA (NYSE: VALE), the world's largest iron ore producer, wants to change its dividend policy. In a statement released on Wednesday, the Rio de Janeiro-based company said that it would propose changing the dividend policy that currently focuses on promising a minimum annual payout to one that aligns shareholder returns with cash generation. In other words, the company will abandon its practice of suggesting a minimum dividend payment at the start of each year. Instead, it now wants... Read more

Cherry Picking Brazilian Equities: A Dividend Approach

Typically, Brazilian companies are generous when it comes to paying dividends. According to Brazilian Corporate Law, shareholders are entitled to receive at least 25% of distributable income, which corresponds to net income less legal reserves, as dividends. Dividends distributed may be lower or non-existent in case the board explains to the general assembly of shareholders that dividend distribution is not consistent with the financial situation of the company. In such case, income which... Read more

Vale: No Dividend In 2016

Vale's (NYSE: VALE) shares remain under serious pressure and have already lost more than 30% of their value since the beginning of the year. The speed of the decline is surprising even for a Vale skeptic like me. If someone showed me Vale's chart and did not tell the name of the company (supposing I did not see the chart before), I would have said that the market questions the long-term solvency of the company. Iron ore prices won't recover this year The consistent flood of... Read more

5 Dividend Stocks Best Avoided

I'm a big believer in dividend stocks. In fact, it's rare that I buy a stock that doesn't pay a dividend. Nothing does a better job of keeping management honest than the responsibility of paying shareholders a regular dividend.But that said, not all dividend stocks are created equal. The "perfect" dividend stocks are ones that pay a competitive current yield but also have a good track record of raising the dividend every year. A high-yielding stock that doesn't... Read more

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