Dividend Yield


Gives an indication of the income generated by a share of stock. Dividend yield is calculated by taking the amount of dividends paid per share over the year and dividing by the stock's price. For example, if a stock pays out $1 in dividends over the year, trades at $10, then it has a dividend yield of 10%.

Sample Filter for dividend yield's greater or equal to %0.10:


Annual Dividends Per Share / Price Per Share