Dow Stocks With 4% Dividend Yields Dividend Stocks in the United States

Dow Stocks With 4% Dividend Yields

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
Las Vegas Sands 1.400 4.52
Lyondellbasell Industries 1.620 4.52
International Game Technology 0.950 4.52
Compass Minerals International 0.570 4.52
Terra Nitrogen 0.810 4.52
Citizens & Northern 0.850 4.51
Ltc Properties -0.040 4.51
Health Care Reit -0.170 4.51
American Eagle Outfitters 3.650 4.51
Domtar 1.440 4.50
Baldwin & Lyons 0.160 4.50
Fortress Investment Group -0.030 4.49
Cf Industries 2.190 4.49
Getty Realty 0.300 4.49
Hcp -0.180 4.48
Lamar Advertising 0.910 4.48
National Grid -0.080 4.48
General Motors 1.090 4.45
Rio Tinto 1.550 4.44
Glaxosmithkline 0.220 4.43
Baldwin & Lyons 0.520 4.41
Simon Property Group 0.040 4.41
Cubesmart -0.450 4.40
Philippine Long Distance Telephone 0.920 4.40
Espey Manufacturing & Electronics 0.180 4.39
Ventas -0.450 4.38
Entergy 0.070 4.36
Westwood Holdings Group 1.600 4.35
Innophos 1.580 4.35
Diamondrock Hospitality 1.140 4.35
Monmouth Real Estate Investment 0.570 4.33
Telus 0.570 4.33
Taubman Centers 0.130 4.33
Valero Energy 0.840 4.33
Extended Stay America 4.31
Williams 0.880 4.31
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Lp 1.120 4.31
Ishares Dow Jones International Select Dividend Index Fund 4.30
Six Flags Entertainment 0.570 4.30
Host Hotels & Resorts 0.880 4.30
Pacwest Bancorp 2.020 4.28
Spectra Energy 1.390 4.26
Harmony Gold Mining -1.690 4.25
Hugoton Royalty Trust 1.160 4.25
Regal Entertainment Group 1.300 4.24
Transact Technologies 0.790 4.21
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 0.510 4.21
Physicians Realty Trust 0.240 4.21
Gap 1.850 4.20
Umh Properties 0.810 4.19

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