Us High Dividend Blue Chips Dividend Stocks in the United States

Us High Dividend Blue Chips

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
Glaxosmithkline 0.500 5.01
Enbridge 0.710 4.99
Cal-maine Foods 0.900 4.96
Pembina Pipeline 1.420 4.95
Cia Energetica De Minas Gerais 1.610 4.94
Amtrust Financial Services 1.520 4.93
United-guardian 0.560 4.91
Baldwin & Lyons 0.780 4.90
Dsw 1.120 4.89
Bt Group 0.770 4.89
Ellsworth Fund 4.85
Altisource Residential 1.140 4.84
National Health Investors 0.420 4.83
Health Care Reit 0.990 4.83
Baldwin & Lyons 0.730 4.82
Essendant 1.180 4.78
Credit Suisse Group 1.080 4.78
Weingarten Realty Inv 0.680 4.77
Verizon Comm 0.650 4.77
Wpp 0.690 4.75
Las Vegas Sands 1.420 4.74
Hollyfrontier 1.380 4.74
Southern Company 0.310 4.74
Ltc Properties 1.030 4.73
American Software 1.000 4.72
Six Flags Entertainment 0.170 4.70
Astrazeneca 4.70
Staples 0.810 4.70
Taubman Centers 0.910 4.69
Umh Properties 0.940 4.69
Aircastle 1.380 4.67
Ventas 0.720 4.66
Tupperware Brands 1.550 4.65
British American Tobacco 1.400 4.64
Total 0.320 4.64
Citizens & Northern 0.630 4.62
Onebeacon Insurance Group 4.62
Aviva 1.560 4.62
National Retail Properties 1.050 4.62
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb -0.190 4.61
Outerwall 0.280 4.61
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust 0.580 4.61
Telefonica 1.030 4.59
Simon Property Group 0.840 4.57
National Grid 0.490 4.57
Ishares Jpmorgan Usd Emerging Markets Bond Fund 4.56
Target 0.790 4.56
Alon Usa Energy 2.290 4.55
Fortress Investment Group 0.020 4.52
Bce 0.570 4.52

Articles featuring Glaxosmithkline (GSK):

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Back To Winning Ways (March 2017 Review)

Outlook "May you live in interesting times" supposedly goes a Chinese proverb. However, this isn't a phrase of encouragement but instead a curse that the target may not know peace and tranquility. Well these are indeed interesting times with rising markets despite rising interest rates (so much for don't fight the Fed) and don't even get me started on politics. But March's meager market performance (S&P 500 returns of 0.34%) may be a sign of trouble ahead... Read more

The Most Popular European Dividend Stocks

In my last article, "The Most Popular Stocks In Dividend-Focused Mutual Funds," I surveyed 21 dividend-focused mutual funds to discover which U.S. dividend stocks are the most popular among active mutual fund managers. In the comment stream of that article, I received feedback that some folks would like to see the analysis repeated for European stocks. That sounded interesting to me as well! One note before we dive in - as with my U.S. analysis, this European study does not... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: New Rules For FOMO (February 2017 Review)

Outlook As regular readers know, my crystal ball is cloudy at best. However, since the election, my prognostication skills have been particularly poor as the 'animal spirits' of the market have been ignited in a way that has truly perplexed me. Sure, I am glad that my portfolio is up in 2017 and up almost 20% in the trailing 12 months (and my dividend stream is more solid than ever), but it is hard to not suffer from FOMO ("fear of missing out") when the market is up 14%... Read more

Lanny's January Dividend Income Summary

Wow, here we are everyone! We are 1/12th in the books and the engine is starting to make progress for 2017. It has been one wild month, being in the busy season - these are the days that last forever, but fly by at the same time. When you are working 60-80 hours per week, it feels like there is so much to do and going on that you can't seem to keep up, but yet, your days are longer, still yearning for more hours in the day. Now that January is in the books, however, that means that one... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Taking Profits As Market Valuations Flash Warnings (Jan 2017 Review)

Review and Outlook It's been a solid start to the year as the S&P 500's return of 1.9% was almost mirrored by my 1.5% return. After the dramatic returns of November and December, it makes sense to me that the markets would take a breather before deciding on the next move. No Trump talk from me this month - not because it isn't relevant, but because: 1) he is already the subject of thousands of mentions on Seeking Alpha, and 2) no one has any idea what is going to happen... Read more

Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term

In Be a Dividend Millionaire, founder Paul Rubillo helps you use dividend investing to build your nest egg with less risk! Learn why dividend stock investing works, discover how to find safe dividend yields, avoid "dividend traps", profit from knowing dividend dates, choose better dividend stocks and more!
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