2016 Interest Yield Nyse Dividend Stocks in the United States

2016 Interest Yield Nyse

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
Hannon Armstrong 0.540 6.02
Iron Mountain 0.990 6.02
Lasalle Hotel Properties 1.900 5.99
Bancroft Fund 5.97
Hersha Hospitality Trust 0.720 5.96
Dreyfus Strategic Municipals 5.95
Mobile Telesystems Ojsc 1.410 5.95
Jmp Group 0.850 5.95
Eni 1.600 5.93
Sabra Healthcare Reit 0.470 5.91
Teekay Tankers 1.690 5.91
Oneok Partners Lp 1.160 5.90
Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate 5.88
Spdr Barclays Capital High Yield Bond Etf 5.88
Enterprise Products 0.660 5.87
Orchids Paper Products 1.380 5.86
Cato 1.270 5.85
Mfs High Income Municipal Trust 5.83
Permian Basin Royalty Trust 1.210 5.81
Rlj Lodging Trust 1.040 5.79
Franklin Universal Trust 5.78
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust 0.610 5.76
Cia Energetica De Minas Gerais 3.720 5.76
United-guardian 0.260 5.73
National Research 0.280 5.72
Tessco Technologies -0.410 5.71
Mplx Lp 1.180 5.68
Vodafone Group 0.440 5.67
Kite Realty Group Trust -0.080 5.67
Western Asset Managed Municipals Fund 5.64
Western Gas Partners 0.940 5.64
Ishares S&p Us Preferred Stock Index Fund 5.62
Manning & Napier 1.180 5.61
Bgc Partners 1.860 5.60
Kohl's 1.200 5.59
Pitney Bowes 1.670 5.59
Main Street Capital 0.600 5.58
Geo Group 1.320 5.55
Natural Resource Partners Lp 1.750 5.55
Dorchester Minerals L.p. 1.560 5.52
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 1.820 5.47
Cim Commercial Trust 0.040 5.47
Urstadt Biddle Properties 0.770 5.46
Glaxosmithkline 0.230 5.46
Epr Properties 0.550 5.45
Vermilion Energy 1.470 5.42
American Science And Engineering 0.200 5.41
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 0.440 5.40
Bladex 1.160 5.40
Outfront Media -0.030 5.38

Articles featuring Hannon Armstrong (HASI):

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Hannon Armstrong: Why A Drop In Share Price Creates A High-Yield Buying Opportunity

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Screening For Dividend Growth Investments: My Current Buy List

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Growing 15%, Yielding 7%, Yet Trading At Its Lowest Multiple?

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