Auto dealerships sell, rent, and auction off vehicles for consumer and commercial use. These firms may focus on single car and truck brands, or carry vehicles from multiple brands. Auto dealerships are generally structured as corporations and offer dividend yields that are in-line with the wider market.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|GPI||Group 1 Automotive||1.51%||$69.02||$1.04||84.47||51.62|
|KAR||KAR Auction Services Inc||2.64%||$53.07||$1.40||56.75||40.27|
|LAD||Lithia Motors, Inc.||1.19%||$97.09||$1.16||127.99||86.05|
|PAG||Penske Automotive Group||2.92%||$47.88||$1.40||54.83||38.33|
|SAH||Sonic Automotive, Inc. Cl A||1.13%||$21.20||$0.24||22.75||15.95|
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