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High Yield Dividend Aristocrats In August 2011

 August 22, 2011 04:43 PM
 


Best Yielding Dividend Aristocrats Shares by Dividend Yields - Stock, Capital, Investment. Stocks with a long dividend history are popular. If the company increased dividends for a long period too, there could no better investment for income investors. One famous index that reflects consecutive dividend increasing is the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index. The index measures the performance of large cap, blue chip companies within the S&P 500 that have followed a policy of increasing dividends every year for at least 25 consecutive years. 42 stocks are part of the index with a total market capitalization of roughly USD 1 trillion.

Here are three high yield stocks from the Dividend Aristocrats Index:

1. CenturyLink (CTL) is acting within the domestic telecom services industry.The company has a market capitalization of USD 21.0 billion, generates revenues in an amount of USD 9.6 billion and a net income of USD 765.2 million. It follows P/E ratio is 14.4 and forward price to earnings ratio 17.0, Price/Sales 2.2 and Price/Book ratio 1.0. Dividend Yield: 8.5 percent. Years of Consecutive Dividend Increasing: 37 Years. 5-Year Dividend Growth: 94.3 percent. The company paid dividends since 1974.

2. Pitney Bowes (PBI) is acting within the business equipment industry. The company has a market capitalization of USD 3.7 billion, generates revenues in an amount of USD 5.4 billion and a net income of USD 354.0 million. It follows P/E ratio is 10.6 and forward price to earnings ratio 8.1, Price/Sales 0.7 and Price/Book ratio is not calculable due to negative equity. Dividend Yield: 8.6 percent. Years of Consecutive Dividend Increasing: 29 Years. 5-Year Dividend Growth: 3.1 percent. The company paid dividends since 1934.

3. Cincinnati Financial Corporation (CINF) is acting within the property and casualty insurance industry. The company has a market capitalization of USD 4.2 billion, generates revenues in an amount of USD 3.9 billion and a net income of USD 296.0 million. It follows P/E ratio is 14.2 and forward price to earnings ratio 16.5, Price/Sales 1.1 and Price/Book ratio 0.8. Dividend Yield: 6.2 percent. Years of Consecutive Dividend Increasing: 50 Years. 5-Year Dividend Growth: 4.6 percent. The company paid dividends since 1954.
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