Dow Ex Dividend 2016 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Dow Ex Dividend 2016

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
Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund 4.82
Nevsun Resources 1.760 4.82
Brookfield Canada Office Properties 0.420 4.80
Ishares Jpmorgan Usd Emerging Markets Bond Fund 4.76
Templeton Global Income Fund 4.74
Ford Motor 1.590 4.74
Liberty Property Trust 1.000 4.73
Sabine Royalty Trust 0.220 4.71
Ferrellgas Partners Lp 2.270 4.71
Firstenergy 0.710 4.69
Glaxosmithkline 0.860 4.68
Enduro Royalty Trust 0.480 4.66
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 0.150 4.66
Aircastle 1.270 4.66
Pitney Bowes 2.150 4.66
Iao Kun Group 1.630 4.65
Meridian Bioscience 1.020 4.64
Grupo Aeroportuario Del Centro Norte B. De C.v. 1.460 4.62
Kronos Worldwide 2.260 4.62
Bce 0.610 4.62
Aviva 1.560 4.62
Canon 0.470 4.61
Outerwall 0.280 4.61
Philip Morris International 0.460 4.60
Southern Company 0.430 4.60
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust 1.510 4.58
Quad Graphics 1.710 4.57
Ishares Dow Jones International Select Dividend Index Fund 4.56
Buckle 1.540 4.56
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Lp 1.120 4.55
Urstadt Biddle Properties 0.820 4.53
Magellan Midstream Partners 0.780 4.53
Credit Suisse Group 2.840 4.52
Transact Technologies 1.060 4.51
Pembina Pipeline 0.960 4.50
Liberty All Star Equity Fund 4.49
Vermilion Energy 0.870 4.49
Statoil Asa 1.130 4.48
Cone Midstream Partners Lp 0.220 4.46
Siliconware Precision Industries 0.500 4.45
Ppl 0.390 4.44
Duke Energy 0.840 4.44
Xerox 0.310 4.43
Diamondrock Hospitality 1.080 4.43
Aegon 1.910 4.42
Retail Properties Of America 0.940 4.40
Host Hotels & Resorts 1.310 4.40
Caretrust Reit 1.140 4.40
Verizon Comm 0.810 4.40
Oneok 1.720 4.39

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Articles featuring Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund (VBF):

Dividends & Income Digest: These Aren't Your Grandpa's Investments - Adam Aloisi On Bonds

After a bit of a hiatus in August, the High Yield Income Ideas series is back. This time, Adam Aloisi gives us the lowdown on bonds. He's written extensively on income investing for Seeking Alpha, focusing most recently on broad dividend equity strategies, REITs, closed-end funds and market sentiment relative to dividend growth investing. With bonds, Adam says, no matter how "safe" they may seem, you still need to know what you're doing. In other words, these aren't... Read more

What's The US Yield Curve Signaling?

In recent weeks, the difference in yields between 10-year and 2-year U.S. Treasuries has hit post financial crisis lows, as evident in the chart below. Declining long-term yields have primarily driven this drop, as expectations for a near-term Federal Reserve (Fed) rate increase have plummeted amid poor May U.S. jobs growth and Brexit worries. This difference in yields, otherwise known as the "2s10s" spread or curve, historically has been viewed as a barometer of the economic... Read more

U.S. Bond Market Week In Review: Is The Yield Curve Still A Valid Recession Predictor? Edition

This week, I'll be focusing exclusively on the treasury market's performance. Let's start with a slope of the overall yield curve: The 30-2 spread is currently 178 - nowhere near inversion. The standard interpretation of this is that we're nowhere near a recession. The 10-2 spread confirms that interpretation: The difference between the 10-year and 2-year treasury is 96 basis points: we again have a fair amount of room to run before the yield curve signals... Read more

The Persistence Of Low Bond Yields

As the Federal Reserve prepared to raise interest rates last year, fears were rampant that rising interest rates would hurt bond investments by driving up bond yields (bond prices and bond yields move in opposite directions). Yet bond yields have actually declined since the Fed took action in December. Even after a recent uptick amid receding fears of a global recession the yield on 10-year treasury bonds is below 2%, a very low level by historical standards. Should investors still be concerned... Read more

Swap Rates Below Bond Yields? What Does It Mean?

US interest rate swaps, popular derivatives that track government bond yields, have experienced a spectacular collapse this month with an array of reasons being suggested by traders. This market emerged during the 1980s and has become a fundamental part of finance. Like bonds sold by companies, swap rates have historically traded at a premium over Treasury yields - seen as the risk-free rate for pricing other types of debt and derivatives. Now dealers and users of US swaps, such as... Read more

Salary Versus Dividends: How to Extract Company Profits and Reduce Your Tax Bill By Thousands

This unique tax guide reveals how company directors can save thousands in tax by choosing the best mix of salary, bonus and dividends. Other options, like directors loans, have recently opened up, giving company directors the chance to make massive tax savings through the timing and structure of their pay. This guide shows you how to reduce ALL the taxes you face as a company owner: income tax, national insurance, corporation tax and capital gains tax.
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