Nasdaq Dividend Stocks Nasdaq High Yield Dividend Stocks

Good Nyse Stocks To Buy

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: 2017/7/19 23:08:44 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Apple 1.69
Altra 1.69
Jack In The Box 1.69
Renasant 1.69
Aceto 1.68
First Financial Northwest 1.68
Silicon Motion Technology 1.68
Texas Roadhouse 1.68
Sb Financial 1.66
Avago Technologies 1.63
State Auto Financial 1.62
Brooks Automation 1.61
Comcast 1.61
Td Ameritrade Holding 1.60
G&k Services 1.60
Mocon 1.60
Open Text 1.60
Flir Systems 1.59
Legacytexas Financial Group 1.59
Conmed 1.58
Interdigital 1.58
Shoe Carnival 1.57
South State 1.57
Superior Uniform 1.56
1st Source 1.56
Westfield Financial 1.56
Commerce Bancshares 1.55
Northern Trust 1.55
Bancfirst 1.54
Enterprise Bancorp 1.54
Strattec Security 1.54
Wynn Resorts 1.53
Ameriserv Financial 1.52
German American Bancorp 1.51
Lincoln Electric 1.50
Bank Of The Ozarks 1.50
Raven Industries 1.50
Wvs Financial 1.50
Peoples Bancorp Of North Carolina 1.49
Himax Technologies 1.48
Expeditors Int 1.47
Fifth Street Finance 1.47
Greene County Bancorp 1.47
Home Bancshares 1.47
News Corp 1.47
Utah Medical Products 1.47
Logitech 1.46
Paccar 1.46
Clifton Savings Bancorp 1.45
Csx 1.45

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