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Compare the dividend stocks in the Nasdaq index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The Nasdaq Stock Market, also known as the Nasdaq or Nasdaq index, is the second-largest U.S. stock exchange and is operated by the Nasdaq OMX Group. Nasdaq has more than 3500 listed issues.


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.



Last updated: 2017/8/18 23:09:23 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Medallion Financial 8.20
Pennantpark Floating Rate Capital 8.09
Consolidated Communications 8.04
Gladstone Investment 8.01
Sabra Healthcare Reit 7.92
Centerra Gold 7.85
Seagate Tech 7.76
Student Transportation 7.56
Oha Investment 7.48
Solar Capital 7.47
Concurrent Computer 7.40
Big 5 Sporting Goods 7.32
Calamos Asset Management 7.28
Stonecastle Financial 7.26
Manhattan Bridge Capital 7.19
Gladstone Commercial 7.10
Golub Capital Bdc 6.66
Teva Pharmaceutical 6.61
Full Circle Capital 6.58
Gaming And Leisure Properties 6.49
Rr Donnelley & Sons 6.15
Tessco Technologies 6.08
Bldrs Europe 100 Adr Index Fund 5.92
Huntington Bancshares 5.91
Icahn Enterprises Lp 5.90
Collectors Universe 5.87
Digirad 5.79
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 5.70
Vodafone Group 5.65
Bgc Partners 5.63
Royce Focus Trust 5.49
American Science And Engineering 5.41
Wsi Industries 5.33
Nve 5.29
H&e Equipment Services 5.17
Lamar Advertising 5.06
Crown Crafts 5.04
Capital Southwest 5.03
Cal-maine Foods 4.96
Amtrust Financial Services 4.93
United-guardian 4.91
Baldwin & Lyons 4.90
Baldwin & Lyons 4.82
Essendant 4.78
Wpp 4.75
American Software 4.72
Staples 4.70
Citizens & Northern 4.62
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb 4.61
Outerwall 4.61

Articles featuring Medallion Financial (MFIN):

Dividends: U.S. Economy Slipped Somewhat In August 2016

After posting their best two consecutive months since 2014, our monthly sampling of the number of U.S. firms acting to cut their dividends in August 2016 rose significantly. The biggest change is that the number of firms in the oil production sector of the U.S. economy has declined significantly in recent months, thanks largely to the rebound in crude oil prices since they bottomed in February 2016. Where they once dominated the count of the number of dividend-cutting firms, oil... Read more

BDC Top Dividend Dog Is Medallion Again In June

The Scoop On BDC's Yield (dividend / price) results from Yahoo Finance as of market closing prices June 7 for Business Development Company Stocks listed here were gauged by dog metrics to reveal the actionable conclusions that follow. After June 2014, when the Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses (AFFE) proviso of the SEC prompted both the Russell and S&P 500 publishers to remove over 40 BDC dogs from their primary equity indices, it became appropriate to track BDC progress as a... Read more

Sun Coke A Surprise Favorite Of Arnold Dividend Dog Followers In May

Follower Votes May 10, I messaged all 6,100 Arnold Seeking Alpha followers. I requested their e-mail address, favorite dividend stock, and favorite team. In exchange for their answers, I offered each respondent a summary and quarterly report describing my 2 best performing dogs of the week and 1 worst choice (DOTW) from my first and second 13 monthly posts for each of two quarters listed on my premium site. Similar offers went out in September, December, March, and April. DOTW selections... Read more

Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend on 5/16/2016

The following is a list of companies trading ex-dividend on Monday, May 16th:Target (NYSE: TGT) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.56 per share, or $2.24 annualized. The dividend will be payable on June 10, 2016, to stockholders of record on May 18, 2016, with an ex-dividend date of May 16, 2016. The annual yield on the dividend is 2.8 percent.Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.36 per share, or $1.44 annualized. The dividend will be payable... Read more

Triangle Capital: Evidence That The Dividend Cut Was Coming

This is my first article written since I have input Q1-16 NAV (Net Asset Value) and NII (Net Investment Income) numbers for my BDC (Business Development Company) coverage universe - so let me start by offering my series of three 'year to date' spreadsheets: BDCs 5-11-16 Yield in the spreadsheet below is based on the Q2-16 'regular' dividend. Spreadsheet header abbreviations: Div = dividend; EPS = earnings per share; LTM = last twelve months; YTD = year to date. The... Read more

Ranking The Dividend Challengers, Part 6

Overview In this series of articles, I will be ranking the Dividend Challengers of various industry sectors based on 15 different metrics. Dividend Challengers are stocks that have 5+ years of consecutive dividend growth. The stocks are part of the U.S. Dividend Champions list that is maintained by Dave Fish. For part 6 of this series, I will be reviewing the Dividend Challengers that are in the Banking industry with a focus on business and credit services. These stocks include:... Read more

TerraForm Global: 'Bad Boy' Utility Dog Shows Top April Yield And Gains

Are These Industry Yield Leaders Really Bad? These were not the worst of the worst. These were "Bad-As" stocks with high yields. The list of fifty bad dogs below was created by screening for industries populated by public companies that have allegedly committed acts, made substances, by-products, or devices that maim, kill, tempt, harm, addict, insult, and/or scam the public. These included corporate members of all nine business sectors: basic materials, consumer goods, financial,... Read more

Medallion Follow-Up Part 1: Detailed Look At Underlying Dividend Power Makes Short Thesis Even More Compelling

We have been working on additional analysis as a follow-up to our initial article on Medallion Financials (NASDAQ: MFIN) published last week. We are a generalist value investor, not a banking analyst. Our goal is to remove layers of complexity associated with financial reporting of banking/financial services entities and to focus on underlying asset value and earnings power potentially obfuscated by GAAP accounting. Why is it difficult to see MFIN's underlying dividend power? Mainly due... Read more

Top Challenger Dividend Dog American Midstream Partners Sports 34% Yield In January

Challenger Dogs Come January Yield (dividend/price) results from David Fish's Dividend Challengers Index members revealed just two of nine business sectors represented in the top 10: basic materials (8) and services (2). Those 10 stocks posted yields averaging 21.42%. Actionable conclusions by yield, target price upsides and net gains were drawn below as top Challenger dog selections for January were examined, step by step. Actionable Conclusion (1) 10 Top Dividend Challenger... Read more

Top Challenger Dividend Dog Sported A 21% Yield As Of November 25

Summary Top dog AMID hit 21% as 10 leading Challengers displayed annual yields averaging 15.54%. 50 top Dividend Dog Challengers (with 5 to 9 years of regular dividend raises) ranged by yield from 5.05% to AMID's 21% as of November 25. Challenger dividend dogs retreated while Dow dogs mixed down after October. Top 10 yields were made by MFIN;TAL; NGLS; NGL; CCLP; WILN; GMLP; TOO; RAS; AMID. Consider these stocks points of reference for your late-November Challengers... Read more

A Mathematician Plays the Stock Market

Best-selling author John Allen Paulos demonstrates what the tools of mathematics can tell us about the vagaries of the stock market. Employing his trademark stories, vignettes, paradoxes and puzzles (and even a film treatment), Paulos addresses every thinking reader's curiosity about the market: Is it efficient? Is it rational? Is there anything to technical analysis, fundamental analysis, and other supposedly time-tested methods of picking stocks? How can one quantify risk? What are the most common scams? What light do fractals, network theory, and common psychological foibles shed on investor behavior? Are there any approaches to investing that truly outperform the major indexes? Can a deeper knowledge of mathematics help beat the odds? All of these questions are explored with the engaging erudition that made Paulos's A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper and Innumeracy favorites with both armchair mathematicians and readers who want to think like them.
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