list of 5.00 dividend stocks?

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  • 8 years ago
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    It is not clear if you are looking for all stocks trading at $5.00 or less that pay a dividend or if yu are looking for all stocks that pay a dividend of $5.00 or more.

    Either way, you can use a stock screener to generate the list. I used the one at

    https://www.google.com/finance/stockscreener#

    to generate these lists, but there are plenty of others you could use.

    Stocks that pay a dividend of $5.00 or more:

    A.F.P Provida SA (ADR) PVD

    AOL, Inc. AOL

    Alexander's, Inc. ALX

    American Capital Agency Corp. AGNC

    BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust BPT

    BlackRock, Inc. BLK

    CNOOC Limited (ADR) CEO

    Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. CBRL

    Fisher Communications, Inc. FSCI

    G&K Services Inc GK

    Great Northern Iron Ore Properties GNI

    H&E Equipment Services, Inc. HEES

    Iron Mountain Incorporated IRM

    Kaydon Corporation KDN

    Loral Space & Communications Ltd. LORL

    NACCO Industries, Inc. NC

    New England Realty Associates LP NEN

    Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc GET

    Seaboard Corporation SEB

    Sturm, Ruger & Company RGR

    Terra Nitrogen Company, L.P. TNH

    The Washington Post Company WPO

    Watsco Inc WSO

    Westpac Banking Corporation (ADR) WBK

    Wynn Resorts, Limited WYNN

    iShares iBoxx $ High Yid Corp Bond (ETF) HYG

    Stocks trading for less than $5.00 that pay a dividend

    ATAI

    ASX

    AGD

    AOD

    AWC

    ACI

    ART

    AAME

    AUQ

    BALT

    BARI

    DSU

    FRB

    ARK

    PSW

    DVF

    HIS

    TEU

    CAW

    CASC

    CHRM

    CIM

    CCCL

    ZX

    SID

    CBE

    CIK

    DHY

    DHT

    DPL

    DFG

    DSWL

    DVCR

    DOM

    DDE

    DVD

    DHF

    EJ

    EDUC

    ELSE

    ERS

    ENP

    EPHC

    EQU

    ESEA

    BUSE

    FSR

    FTR

    GFIG

    GLBS

    GLDC

    HMY

    HAST

    HL

    HIHO

    IAG

    IHT

    IFMI

    JEF

    KNSY

    KOSS

    ASG

    LPHI

    LNCR

    MCGC

    CIF

    MGPI

    MNDO

    HYF

    MCHX

    MTL

    MFG

    NAUH

    NNA.UN

    NM

    NSU

    NOR

    FFFD

    NCL

    NPC

    JFP

    OIBR

    OCC

    ONP

    PGH

    PVA

    PNNW

    PZE

    PBW

    PGN

    PULS

    QCCO

    RELV

    SB

    SVM

    SLP

    SPRO

    SILU

    SR

    SGU

    SNV

    SYPR

    TNK

    TLAB

    HCKT

    TGS

    GROW

    USHS

    UMC

    DDIC

    VICR

    DCA

    WSCI

    XIN

    YDNT

    BEBE

    Remember these are based upon previous dividends, not future dividends. Some of the stocks on these lists certainly will not pay the same dividends next year.

    Source(s): Google stock screener. Note that when I included the names of the companies in the second list Yahoo said the answer was too long.
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    4 years ago

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Yes, use a inventory screener on Yahoo, or I like the one on ETrade. Make the effort to appreciate the small print earlier than plowing ahead. For illustration, the ETrade screener has an "developed" setting (maybe known as whatever else) that makes it far more valuable. My favourite screener search was once for larger dividends and larger dividend development expense.

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  • 8 years ago

    http://www.dividend.com/dividend-stocks/high-divid...

    The first 12 pages of companies all have a yield over 5%.

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