Noah Education Dividend Yield:0.00% for June 18, 2013
Noah Education Dividend Yield Chart
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About Dividend Yield
The dividend yield is the sum of a company's annual dividends per share, divided by the current price per share. By investing in companies with stable and high dividend yields, investors can secure a relatively stable cash flow. However, dividend yields can be high when a company is facing financial trouble, and the company may cut the dividend in the near future.
For example, if a stock trades at $36 and pays $1.80 in dividends over the course of one year ($.45 per quarter), the company's dividend yield is 5%.
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NED Dividend Yield Benchmarks
|A.H. Belo Corporation||4.79%|
|Princeton Media Group|
NED Dividend Yield Rankings
2837 of 16770
322 of 1710 in Consumer Cyclical
17 of 68 in Publishing
NED Dividend Yield Range, Past 5 Years
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