Top 100 Dividend Stocks – September 2010

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Date posted: 09.01.2010 (4:00 am) | Write a Comment  (3 Comments)

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It is that time again, time to look at the top US dividend stocks. We’ve done this in past months and it’s been gaining popularity every time as many are like us, trying to build passive income through a dividend portfolio. The same stock is back on top of the rankings, although there are some challengers and I would expect things to change in the near future. That being said, I think many other criteria need to be considered when picking dividend stocks and that is why I will be narrowing down the list later this week for our mailing list members. If you are interested in finding out what are top dividend stock picks are, simply join our mailing list it’s free! I expect to send it out later this week.

What to look for

Last month, we were looking for stocks that have been able to grow their dividend payouts for many many years which yielded some interesting results. This time we will simply be looking at which companies show the most promise in terms of profitability which should help them raise dividend payouts in the future.

In terms of dividend yield only, the top yield is once again held by Frontiers Communications Corp which currently yields close to 10%. The easiest thing to notice is that FTR pays more in dividends than it makes in earnings. No doubt, they will not be able to keep it up. Here is the chart:

We will be filtering out the top 100 list to find the ones that fit all of these criteria! In the meantime, here is the list!

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  1. Comment by Zavi — September 1, 2010 @ 9:42 am

    Thanks for the info. It’s really relevant.

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