What Stock Pays The Highest Dividend Per Share?

The 4 top dividend payers

CompanyDividends Paid Over Past 12 Months
AT&T (NYSE:T)$14.80 billion
ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM)$14.44 billion
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)$14.12 billion
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT)$14.10 billion

What stocks pay the highest dividend?

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Stock SymbolPEI
Company NamePenn Real Estate TrustREIT
Dividend Yield23.33%
Closing Price$3.66

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Which company pays highest dividend?

5. BP (BP)

  • Avg. Volume: 8,856,063.
  • Market Cap: GBP 102.5 billion.
  • PE Ratio: -78.76.
  • 2016 EPS: 44p.
  • Dividend Yield: 5.79%
  • Price: GBP 519.00.

What are the top 10 dividend paying stocks?

The 10 top-performing dividend stocks of 2019

RankCompanyDividend Yield*
1The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ:CG)4.3%
2Apollo Global Management (NYSE:APO)4.2%
3The Blackstone Group (NYSE:BX)3.5%
4Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC)3.1%

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Can you get rich from dividend stocks?

Dividends Are Flexible

Dividend investors get rich by buying growing companies and letting the investments ride. Buy good companies when they start paying dividends, and you’ll prosper in old age. A $100 investment is now delivering $4.12 in dividends per share on over 616,000 shares.

What will Google stock be worth in 2020?

Alphabet stock price forecast* for tomorrow, and next weeks based on the last 30 days

DatePriceMin Price
2020-02-28Price: 1519.790Min: 1498.590
2020-02-29Price: 1522.730Min: 1502.080
2020-03-01Price: 1526.480Min: 1505.130
2020-03-02Price: 1545.320Min: 1524.980

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What are the best dividend stocks for 2020?

Best Dividend Stocks: Top 5

Company/Benchmark IndexSymbolYield (%)
S&P 5002.0
Lockheed MartinLMT2.7
ADPADP2.4
Best BuyBBY3.3

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Are dividends taxed?

The dividend tax rates that you pay on ordinary dividends are the same as the regular federal income tax rates. The dividend tax rate you will pay on ordinary dividends is 22%. Qualified dividends, on the other hand, are taxed at the capital gains rates, which are lower.

Are dividends worth it?

The good news is that for most stocks, the dividend income just keeps coming despite the swings in the market. For this reason, dividend investing can be worth it for investors with high net worth. Dividend investing has been a traditional source of expected steady retirement income for many decades.