Dividend Yield Chart

Historical Dividend Yield Data

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Dividend Yield Definition

The dividend yield measures the ratio of dividends paid / share price. Companies with a higher dividend yield tend to have a business model that allows them to pay out more dividends from net income like real estate and consumer defensive stocks. Companies that pay dividends tend to have consistent positive net income.

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Dividend Yield Range, Past 5 Years

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Minimum
Aug 29 2017
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Maximum
Aug 29 2017
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Average
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Median
Aug 29 2017

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