What is dividend yield ratio?

Answer A dividend yield ratio is a computation that illustrates the financial value of a stock, based on dividends and share price. This ratio illustrates the return on investment from purchasing a stock.... Read More »

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Does high dividend yield predict lower dividend growth?

On One Hand: High yield generally indicates low growthYes, a high dividend yield generally indicates low dividend growth, according to John P. Hussman of Hussman Funds. A dividend yield compares th... Read More »

What is a"relative dividend yield"?

A relative dividend yield is the total number of dividends accumulated over the course of one year, divided by the most recent price of the share, which is then compared against that of the S&P 500... Read More »

What is the common range for dividend yield?

As of April 2010, 371 of the 500 stocks tracked in the Standard & Poor's 500 index paid dividends. The average dividend yield of those stocks was 1.64 percent. However, 28 of those stocks have yiel... Read More »

What are high yield dividend stocks?

A dividend is a payment from a company to shareholders, akin to a profit distribution. According to Investopedia, a dividend yield is a calculation showing how much is paid out as a function of the... Read More »