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Top 10 Net Payout Yield Stocks For February 2014

Published Tue, 11 Feb 2014 04:24:15 -0500 on Seeking Alpha

This article is a continuation of a monthly series highlighting the top net payout yield (NPY) stocks that was started back in June 2012 (see article) and explained in August 2012 (see article). The series highlights the best stocks for the upcoming month. Please review the original articles for more information on the NPY concept. January Returns Below are two charts highlighting the monthly returns of the top ten stocks from January (see list here). Due to limitations with YCharts, the chart was broken into the Top 5 and Next 5 lists. The Top 5 stocks had a very rough January despite the strong gains of Annaly Capital Management (NLY). The 8% gain by Annaly Capital was quickly offset by the losses of CenturyLink (CTL), AT&T (T), and Halliburton (HAL). DirecTV (DTV) was the only stock with minimal movements for the month. In total,... Read more

Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
CENTURYLINK 17.67   10.0 1.76 2.16 11.73
ANNALY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 10.03   7.5 1.33 1.20 11.53
AT&T 36.30   7.6 4.76 2.00 5.34
SEAGATE TECH 53.40   24.3 2.20 2.52 4.71
PFIZER 36.31   10.3 3.51 1.36 3.67
MARATHON PETROLEUM 64.06   9.3 6.92 1.84 2.78
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 106.15   0.0 -1.08 2.08 1.95
HALLIBURTON 46.42   0.0 -0.53 0.72 1.49
DOLLAR TREE 102.64   24.4 4.20 0.00 0.00


Older articles featuring Centurylink (CTL):
My Take On CenturyLink, Its Free Cash Flow And Dividend
A Huge Future Dividend Cut Means You Should Avoid This 12% Yielding Value Trap Like The Plague
A Juicy 8.20% Yield-To-Maturity From These BBB- Baby Bonds
CenturyLink: 12% Yield Remains Solid
12.7%-Yielding CenturyLink Dividend Stock Could Get a Major Upgrade
Top 10 Net Payout Yields For January 2018
And The Dividend Flow Turned Into A Flood
After The Level 3 Merger, Can CenturyLink Support It's Dividend?
U.S. High-Yield Market Outlook: Week Ending December 15, 2017
Precious Lessons From Dividend Cuts Of The Recent Past