Esp Stocks Dividend Stocks in the United States

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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
Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce 0.860 4.38
Occidental Petroleum 0.820 4.38
Nordic American Offshore -0.250 4.36
First Keystone 4.36
Eqt Midstream Partners Lp 0.860 4.33
Kimco Realty 1.020 4.33
Getty Realty 0.400 4.33
Monmouth Real Estate Investment 0.990 4.32
Total 0.880 4.32
Agree Realty 0.790 4.32
Source Capital 4.32
Pdl Biopharma 1.070 4.31
Toyota Motor 0.970 4.30
Hollyfrontier 2.110 4.30
Chunghwa Telecom 0.450 4.29
Brixmor Property Group 0.930 4.28
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb 0.200 4.28
B&g Foods 1.090 4.28
New York Comm Bancorp 1.240 4.28
Western Refining 2.360 4.28
Pope Resources 0.320 4.27
Telus 0.630 4.27
Lamar Advertising 0.630 4.27
Dupont Fabros Technology 1.280 4.26
Oci Partners Lp 1.490 4.25
American Software 1.200 4.24
Nokia Oyj 1.680 4.24
Itau Corpbanca 0.800 4.23
Garmin 1.020 4.23
Csp 1.440 4.22
Ishares Cohen & Steers Realty Majors Index Fund 4.22
Six Flags Entertainment 0.550 4.20
Abbvie 1.460 4.19
Summit Hotel Properties 0.820 4.18
Baldwin & Lyons 0.130 4.18
Extra Space Storage 0.830 4.18
Computer Programs And Systems 1.040 4.17
Baldwin & Lyons -0.010 4.16
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 1.260 4.15
Realty Income 0.520 4.15
Westwood Holdings Group 1.210 4.14
Ark Restaurants 0.680 4.14
Healthcare Trust Of America 0.750 4.14
Rice Midstream Partners Lp 1.120 4.13
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 0.390 4.13
Crown Crafts 0.430 4.13
Ennis 0.830 4.13
Bcb Bancorp 0.260 4.12
Shaw Communications 0.610 4.12
Ing Groep 1.490 4.12

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