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Posted: 9/15/2004 1:25:53 AM EST
I just want a list of companies that do this. i did a yahoo search but I only get pay sites that want to charge for a list.

S.O.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 1:26:48 AM EST
Good luck - if you find them, let me know. The time is now to start switching out from fixed-income equities since interest rates will soon go up.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 1:42:18 AM EST
Look up mreits.

NFI - Novistar is one. I own this.

Check out the tankers like NAT.

Do your due diligence.

Sam
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 1:48:29 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 1:54:39 AM EST
Found some.... Apparently there are over 800. I know there are a few dupes in my post below....

Qualcomm
Pepsico
Intel
Nike
Ford
John Hancock
Sarah Lee
Estee Lauder
McDonalds
IBM Wells Fargo
Citigroup
Washington Mutual
Alrtia
Anheuser Busch
Coca Cola
Alliance Capital
Nextel

TCHC 21st Century Holding Co. 0.48 3.2
SHLM A. Schulman 0.54 2.7
AOS A.O. Smith 0.64 2.6
ABT Abbott Laboratories 1.04 2.5
ABCB ABC Bancorp 0.56 3.1
AANB Abigail Adams National Bancorp 0.50 3.0
ABM ABM Industries 0.40 2.2
ABN ABN AMRO Holding N.V. (ADR) 1.23 5.8
AKR Acadia Realty Trust 0.63 4.3
AYI Acuity Brands 0.60 2.6
ADVNB Advanta Corp. 0.45 1.9
ARC Affordable Residential Communities 1.88 12.1
ATG AGL Resources Inc. 1.16 3.8
ADC Agree Realty 1.94 7.1
APD Air Products & Chemicals 1.16 2.2
AKZOY Akzo Nobel N.V. (ADR) 1.13 3.4
ALAB Alabama National BanCorporation 1.25 2.1
ABS Albertson's 0.76 3.1
AA Alcoa Inc. 0.60 1.9
ARE Alexandria RE Equities 2.48 3.8
ALFA Alfa 0.35 2.5
ALE ALLETE 1.13 4.2
AC Alliance Capital Management . 1.24 3.6
ARLP Alliance Resource Partners 2.60 5.3
LNT Alliant Energy 1.00 3.8
AED Allied Domecq PLC (ADR) 0.99 3.1
AIB Allied Irish Banks, plc. (ADR) 1.39 4.4
ALL Allstate 1.12 2.4
AT Alltel 1.48 2.7
MO Altria Group 2.92 6.0
AWC Alumina Limited (ADR) 0.59 3.8
ACH Aluminum Corp. of China Limited (ADR) 1.16 2.4
AMB AMB Property 1.70 4.6
AMIE Ambassadors International 0.50 4.1
AMCR Amcor Limited (ADR) 0.92 4.4
AMFI AMCORE Financial 0.68 2.4
ACAS American Capital Strategies, Ltd. 2.88 9.2
AEP American Electric Power 1.40 4.3
AFR American Financial Realty Trust 1.00 7.1
AHM American Home Mortgage Investment 2.44 9.0
ANL American Land Lease 1.00 5.2
AMC American Mortgage Acceptance Co. 1.60 10.4
AMNB American National BankShares Inc 0.80 3.4
AWR American States Water Company 0.88 3.6
APU AmeriGas Partners, L.P. 2.20 7.7
AMV AmeriVest Properties Inc. 0.52 7.9
AML AMLI Residential Properties Trust 1.92 6.2
ASO AmSouth Bancorporation 0.96 3.7
AVZ AMVESCAP PLC (ADR) 0.64 6.0
ABCW Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin 0.50 2.0
AGCC Anchor Glass Container Corp. 0.16 1.9
AAUK Anglo American plc (ADR) 0.56 2.4
AU AngloGold Ashanti Limited (ADR) 0.75 2.1
BUD Anheuser-Busch Companies 0.98 1.9
NLY Annaly Mortgage Management 1.96 11.0
AHR Anthracite Capital Inc. 1.12 9.7
ANH Anworth Mortgage Asset 1.32 11.8
AOC Aon 0.60 2.3
AIV Apartment Investment and Management 1.80 5.1
AIT Applied Industrial Technologies 0.56 1.9
WTR Aqua America 0.52 2.5
ARA Aracruz Celulose S.A. (ADR) 1.25 3.6
ADM Archer Daniels Midland Company 0.30 1.9
ASN Archstone-Smith Trust 1.72 5.5
ARI Arden Realty 2.02 6.2
AROW Arrow Financial Corp. 0.92 3.1
ARTNA Artesian Resources Corp. 0.83 3.0
AJG Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. 1.00 3.1
ARM ArvinMeritor 0.40 2.1
AHT Ashford Hospitality Trust 0.16 1.9
ASH Ashland Inc. 1.10 2.1
SAT Asia Satellite Telecommunications 0.72 4.0
ASBC Associated Banc-Corp 1.00 3.2
AEC Associated Estates Realty 0.68 7.3
AF Astoria Financial 1.00 2.8
ALV Autoliv Inc. 0.80 1.9
AVB AvalonBay Communities 2.80 4.6
AVY Avery Dennison 1.48 2.4
AVA Avista 0.52 2.9
AXA AXA (ADR) 0.47 2.3
BMI Badger Meter 1.12 2.6
BEZ Baldor Electric Company 0.56 2.5
BLL Ball 0.80 2.1
BCH Banco de Chile (ADR) 1.94 5.7
ITU Banco Itau Holding Financeira (ADR) 1.53 3.0
STD Banco Santander Central Hispano (ADR) 0.38 3.8
SAN Banco Santander-Chile (ADR) 3.13 11.5
CIB Bancolombia S.A. (ADR) 0.35 5.1
BXS BancorpSouth 0.72 3.2
BTFG BancTrust Financial Group 0.52 2.9
BAC Bank of America 3.60 8.0
GRAN Bank of Granite Corp. 0.48 2.5
BOH Bank of Hawaii Corp. 1.20 2.5
IRE Bank of Ireland (ADR) 1.81 3.3
BK Bank of New York Co. 0.80 2.7
BNK Banknorth Group 0.80 2.4
BANR Banner 0.64 2.2
BCS Barclays PLC (ADR) 1.20 3.2
B Barnes Group Inc. 0.80 3.1
BF BASF AG (ADR) 1.72 3.2
BSET Bassett Furniture Ind. 0.80 4.3
BAX Baxter International Inc. 0.58 1.9
BAY Bayer AG (ADR) 0.61 2.3
BBT BB&T (OLD) 1.40 3.5
BBV BBVA S.A. (ADR) 0.48 3.6
BCE BCE Inc. 0.88 4.2
BED Bedford Property Investors 2.04 6.6
BLS BellSouth 1.08 4.0
BMS Bemis Company 0.64 2.4
BNG Benetton Group S.p.A. (ADR) 0.93 4.2
BHP BHP Billiton Limited (ADR) 0.52 2.8
BKH Black Hills 1.24 4.5
BOX BOC Group plc (ADR) 2.14 6.5
BXP Boston Properties 2.60 4.7
BOW Bowater Incorporated 0.80 2.2
BP BP p.l.c. (ADR) 1.70 3.2
BRC Brady 0.84 1.9
BDN Brandywine Realty Trust 1.76 5.9
BRE BRE Properties 1.95 5.2
BMY Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. 1.12 4.7
BTI British American Tobacco (ADR) 1.48 4.9
BKBK Britton & Koontz Capital 0.64 3.6
BPO Brookfield Properties 0.64 2.0
BRKL Brookline Bancorp 0.34 2.2
BMTC Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. 0.40 2.0
BTY BT Group plc (ADR) 1.48 4.4
BPL Buckeye Partners, L.P. 2.65 6.3
BNL Bunzl plc (ADR) 1.06 2.7
BNI Burlington Northern Santa Fe 0.68 1.9
CWP Cable and Wireless plc (ADR) 0.17 3.0
CSG Cadbury Schweppes plc (ADR) 0.88 2.7
CGT CAE 0.09 2.0
CWT California Water Service Group 1.13 4.0
ELY Callaway Golf Company 0.28 2.3
CAFI Camco Financial Corp. 0.58 3.8
CPT Camden Property Trust 2.54 5.4
CPB Campbell Soup Company 0.63 2.4
CARS Capital Automotive REIT 2.14 6.9
CCBG Capital City Bank Group 0.72 1.9
CBC Capitol Bancorp Ltd. 0.68 2.4
CFFN Capitol Federal Financial 2.00 5.9
CRE CarrAmerica Realty Corp. 2.00 6.0
CGC Cascade Natural Gas 0.96 4.6
CASS Cass Information Systems 0.84 2.2
CAT Caterpillar Inc. 1.64 2.3
CTR Cato 0.70 3.3
CBL CBL & Associates Properties 2.90 4.7
CAW CCA Industries 0.14 1.9
CDI CDI Corp. 0.44 2.1
FUN Cedar Fair, L.P. 1.80 6.0
CX CEMEX S.A. de C.V. (ADR) 1.02 3.6
CNBC Center Bancorp 0.36 3.0
CNT CenterPoint Properties 1.56 3.7
CPF Central Pacific Financial Corp. 0.64 2.3
CVBK Central Virginia Bankshares 0.58 2.4
CITZ CFS Bancorp 0.44 3.3
CHC CharterMac 1.52 7.2
CPG Chelsea Property Group 1.67 2.5
CHFC Chemical Financial 1.06 3.1
CHKE Cherokee Inc. 1.68 7.1
CSK Chesapeake 0.88 3.9
CPK Chesapeake Utilities 1.12 4.5
CVX ChevronTexaco 3.20 3.3
SNP China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (ADR) 1.09 2.8
CYD China Yuchai International Limited 1.41 12.1
CHZ Chittenden 0.88 2.5
CB Chubb 1.56 2.3
CHT Chung Hwa Telecom Co.(ADR) 1.33 7.8
CSB Ciba Specialty Chemicals (ADR) 1.16 3.8
CIN Cinergy Corp. 1.88 4.6
C Citigroup Inc. 1.60 3.4
CBCF Citizens Banking Corp./MI 1.14 3.6
CSBC Citizens South Banking Corp. 0.26 2.0
CTBK City Bank 0.80 2.4
CYN City National 1.28 1.9
CNL Cleco 0.90 5.1
CLX Clorox Company 1.08 2.0
CEO CNOOC Limited (ADR) 1.03 2.2
CNXS CNS 0.22 2.2
KO Coca-Cola Company 1.00 2.2
CCH Coca-Cola HBC S.A. (ADR) 2.63 11.1
CM Coles Myer Ltd. (ADR) 1.52 3.0
CNB Colonial BancGroup 0.58 2.9
CLP Colonial Properties Trust 2.68 6.6
CBMD Columbia Bancorp 0.60 2.1
CBBO Columbia Bancorp \OR\ 0.36 2.3
CMA Comerica Incorporated 2.08 3.5
CCBP Comm Bancorp 0.88 2.2
CBSH Commerce Bancshares 0.92 1.9
CLBK Commercial Bankshares 0.68 2.3
CFB Commercial Federal 0.54 2.0
NNN Commercial Net Lease Rlty 1.29 7.2
CBU Community Bank System 0.72 2.8
CYL Community Capital Corp. 0.52 2.3
CFBX Community First Bankshares 0.96 3.0
CTBI Community Trust Bancorp 0.92 3.1
ABV Companhia de Bebidas das Americas 0.96 4.4
RIO Companhia Vale Do Rio Doce (ADR) 2.40 4.1
CU Compania Cervecerias Unidas S.A. (ADR) 2.92 12.4
CBSS Compass Bancshares
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:00:53 AM EST
LeadnBrass, I dont see a link or search option for dividend stocks on that page. Bear with me as I am only a novice at this stuff. I know just enough to be dangerous.

Some more....


HCM Hanover Capital Mortgage 2.5 13.0
EPD Enterprise Products Partners 2.8 6.7
CARS Capital Automotive REIT 2.7 6.9
GTM GulfTerra Energy Partners 2.7 7.1
RAS RAIT Investment Trust 1.4 8.8
ACAS American Capital Strategies 1.8 9.1
CRO CRT Properties 2.1 6.4
KMP Kinder Morgan Energy Partners 2.5 6.2
KPP Kaneb Pipe Line Partners 2.7 6.8
TPP TEPPCO Partners 2.8 6.5
PP Prentiss Properties Trust 2.6 6.2
CPV Correctional Properties Trust 1.3 6.7

S.O.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:03:19 AM EST
Too bad buying individual stocks is a bit of a waste of money (fees, etc.) unless you have a lot of money. I like the dollar cost averaging that mutual funds do for you, and the ability to invest small amounts every month with no transaction fees every month.

Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:05:02 AM EST
Look under the blue line that say's " Key Financial Indicators" the box under that has a scroll down it say's "Dividend Yield".
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:07:18 AM EST
As I understand it, some companies will let you buy the stock directly from them without the middle man and allow you to re-invest the dividend or take it in cash. You can still dollar cost average with regular stocks. I think a mutual fund is probably the safer bet for a beginner as they are more diversified and stable as a whole.

S.O.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:10:12 AM EST

Originally Posted By leadnbrass:
Look under the blue line that say's " Key Financial Indicators" the box under that has a scroll down it say's "Dividend Yield".



Thanks. It was staring me right in the face...

S.O.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 2:24:35 AM EST
Go to any newspaper with a good financial section such as Wall Street Journal or New York Times. In the Times on Sunday there is a comprehensive list of stocks with the dividend amounts - those are listed on a $/share basis. To get rates (percentages) you will have to take the share price into account. Utilities are one class of stock that typically pay larger than average dividends.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 3:52:37 AM EST

Originally Posted By SorryOciffer:
As I understand it, some companies will let you buy the stock directly from them without the middle man and allow you to re-invest the dividend or take it in cash. You can still dollar cost average with regular stocks. I think a mutual fund is probably the safer bet for a beginner as they are more diversified and stable as a whole.

S.O.



Known as DRIPs (Dividend reinvestment programs).

There is no stock for the mid level investor that iwll pay off enough dividends to be worth investing in. If you are buying the stock before the witching hour and dumping it after being holder of record, and your quantity is large enough to offset brokerage fees, and the stock does not do anything bad, you may see a small profit. There are easier ways to earn 2%.

No, if you are planning on buying and holding a stock that is a different story, but your investment strategy has to be a 25 year plan, or even longer. But again, you are not talking about any kind of real profit.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 4:06:13 AM EST
Here are some good stocks:

Link Posted: 9/16/2004 12:36:03 AM EST

Originally Posted By hielo:

Originally Posted By SorryOciffer:
As I understand it, some companies will let you buy the stock directly from them without the middle man and allow you to re-invest the dividend or take it in cash. You can still dollar cost average with regular stocks. I think a mutual fund is probably the safer bet for a beginner as they are more diversified and stable as a whole.

S.O.



Known as DRIPs (Dividend reinvestment programs).

There is no stock for the mid level investor that iwll pay off enough dividends to be worth investing in. If you are buying the stock before the witching hour and dumping it after being holder of record, and your quantity is large enough to offset brokerage fees, and the stock does not do anything bad, you may see a small profit. There are easier ways to earn 2%.

No, if you are planning on buying and holding a stock that is a different story, but your investment strategy has to be a 25 year plan, or even longer. But again, you are not talking about any kind of real profit.



Definately long term. Just thought it would be nice to earn something in addition to whatever the stock might go up to and keep reinvesting it to buy more.

S.O.
Link Posted: 9/16/2004 3:28:58 AM EST

Originally Posted By Greywolf2112:
Too bad buying individual stocks is a bit of a waste of money (fees, etc.) unless you have a lot of money. I like the dollar cost averaging that mutual funds do for you, and the ability to invest small amounts every month with no transaction fees every month.




Yep. Too bad 80% of funds are turds, and 90% of people invest in those turds. Unless you want to actively try to play the market by analyzing the current hot fund each year, just throw it in a S&P 500 Index or something. Those outperform 80% of all funds.

FolioFN has a list of the highest paying dividend stocks. Don't know if you need an account, but I'll hop over there and get the list.
Link Posted: 9/16/2004 4:23:34 AM EST
Here is a list of the 30 stocks with the highest paying dividends in the S&P500:

1 ABT ABBOTT LABS
2 APCC AMERICAN PWR CONVERSION CORP
3 AVY AVERY DENNISON CORP
4 B BARNES GROUP INC
5 BCE BCE INC
6 CBE COOPER INDS INC
7 DOW DOW CHEM CO
8 EDE EMPIRE DIST ELEC CO
9 EMN EASTMAN CHEM CO
10 FBC FLAGSTAR BANCORP INC
11 FNB FNB CORP PA
12 FUN CEDAR FAIR L P DEPOSITRY UNIT
13 GSK GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC SPONSORED ADR ADR
14 HET HARRAHS ENTMT INC
15 HSY HERSHEY FOODS CORP
16 HUB.B HUBBELL INC CL B
17 KMP KINDER MORGAN ENERGY PARTNERS UT LTD PAR
18 LDR LANDAUER INC
19 LEG LEGGETT & PLATT INC
20 LZB LA Z BOY INC
21 MO ALTRIA GROUP INC
22 NOK NOKIA CORP ADR
23 NYB NEW YORK CMNTY BANCORP INC COM
24 PBI PITNEY BOWES INC
25 PKY PARKWAY PPTYS INC
26 SLNK SPECTRALINK CORP
27 VLI VALERO LP COM UT LTD PRT
28 WHR WHIRLPOOL CORP
29 WPC W P CAREY AND CO. LLC.
30 WYE WYETH COM
Link Posted: 9/16/2004 4:25:24 AM EST
Use the MSN Stock Screener. You can only use it with IE and it requires you install a small plugin but otherwise it works very, very well. I use it all the time and have good luck with it (Searching anyways, stock picking is a different story!)
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