Lumber and wood production companies engage in the growing and harvesting of timber, along with the processing, distribution and sale of wood products. Lumber and wood production companies tend to be structured either as corporations or limited partnerships. These entities tend to offer dividend yields that are in-line with the market average.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|AMWD||American Woodmark Corp||0.00%||$85.30||$0.00||35.81||15.46|
|CTT||CatchMark Timber Trust, Inc |
|EVA||Enviva Partners, LP |
|POPE||Pope Resources L.P.||3.94%||$71.00||$2.80||79.5||66.6|
|UFPI||Universal Forest Products||1.02%||$35.37||$0.36||39.58||25.93|
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