Vod Dividend 2016 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Vod 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
Bt Group 0.720 4.89
Gramercy Property Trust -0.270 4.88
Ryman Hospitality Properties 0.990 4.86
Hollyfrontier 1.610 4.86
Western Gas Equity Partners Lp 0.820 4.85
National Health Investors -0.040 4.84
Eqt Midstream Partners Lp 1.330 4.83
Cedar Fair Lp 0.420 4.83
Ellsworth Fund 4.82
Rr Donnelley & Sons 2.080 4.77
Bce 0.450 4.77
National Retail Properties 0.090 4.77
Target 0.250 4.75
Amtrust Financial Services 1.970 4.74
Tsakos Energy Navigation 0.570 4.74
Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce 0.830 4.74
Telecomunicacoes De Sao Paulo 1.200 4.73
Total 1.240 4.73
Telefonica 1.800 4.72
Crown Crafts 0.500 4.71
Ishares Jpmorgan Usd Emerging Markets Bond Fund 4.68
Bhp Billiton Ltd 1.650 4.68
Dsw 1.520 4.67
General Cable 3.160 4.66
Pembina Pipeline 1.180 4.66
Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund 4.64
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust 0.990 4.63
Alon Usa Energy 2.510 4.63
Cal-maine Foods 0.590 4.62
Aviva 1.560 4.62
Hsbc 1.310 4.61
Outerwall 0.280 4.61
Onebeacon Insurance Group 0.140 4.61
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb -0.030 4.60
Archrock 2.500 4.57
Realty Income -0.040 4.57
Penns Woods Bancorp 1.920 4.56
Altisource Residential 1.360 4.56
Schweitzer-mauduit International 1.350 4.55
Mercury General 0.520 4.55
Enbridge 1.150 4.54
Lamar Advertising 0.980 4.53
Southern Company 0.050 4.53
Terra Nitrogen 0.810 4.52
Baldwin & Lyons 0.160 4.52
Big 5 Sporting Goods 0.690 4.51
Investors Real Estate 0.410 4.51
Getty Realty 0.290 4.51
Domtar 1.490 4.50
National Grid -0.070 4.50

Articles featuring Bt Group (BT):

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BT: Undervalued With A 4.7% Current Yield

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A 'Mini-List' For Dividend Growth

One of the persistent, ongoing debates for income investors is the choice between dividend growth and dividend yield. Higher-yield stocks often include traditional bond-like investments such as utilities, telecoms and other regulated industries with limited growth potential. In today's environment of high valuations and a general flight to safety, most traditional "high-yield" stocks are well out of reach. Of course, there are a good deal of leveraged high-yield plays that are... Read more

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