Best Dividend Stocks – Our tool that allows investors to look for dividend paying stocks. Output includes a ranking of where the stock sits in Finscreener’s universe of dividend paying stocks, the annual dividend yield, the annualised dividend amount, the ex-dividend date and the 3 and 5-year dividend growth rate. Other metrics displayed include a dividend pay-out ratio, PE ratio, analyst rating and income ranking as well as Dividend history. Investors can filter stocks based on a specific market, market cap, sector, industry or country. It is also possible to filter by stock performance, such as percentage change year-to-date. Another handy feature is the ability to filter by ex-dividend date, allowing investors to find stocks that are scheduled to pay-out soon. The tool is very effective for investment planning using stocks from Russell 1000, S&P 500, US markets, DOW or NASDAQ Markets. All results can be transferred to watchlists or used for backtesting.
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