Discount and variety stores are companies that retail products from a variety of sectors to consumers. Many times, these companies are very large with hundreds or thousands of locations, and face little competition in the sector. Discount and variety stores tend to offer average dividend yields in comparison to the wider market.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|BIG||Big Lots, Inc.||2.88%||$41.68||$1.20||64.42||40.03|
|BURL||Burlington Stores, Inc.||0.00%||$136.01||$0.00||142.22||79.07|
|DLTR||Dollar Tree, Inc.||0.00%||$94.65||$0.00||116.65||65.63|
|FDO||Family Dollar Stores||0.00%||$79.39||$0.00||80.97||59.81|
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