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Most Reliable Payout Ratio Dividends in 2021

A payout ratio is defined as the ratio of a firm’s total dividends paid to all shareholders to its total net income. Basically, it’s how much is left after a firm pays its shareholders. Too high of a payout ratio can signal problems, while too low can signal an uncaring management team. Dividend.com Ratings and Recommendation system hones in on those stocks with safe and strong payout ratios that result in continued or growing dividend payouts. The list shows picks that have a unique combination of top overall rating and a high score on the Dividend Reliability metric of the rating system. The securities listed in this page include relevant common stocks, REITs, ADRs and ETFs. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States. Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users. The list in this page is sorted in descending order of the Dividend Reliability rating metric. About this page + View less

A payout ratio is defined as the ratio of a firm’s total dividends paid to all shareholders to its total net income. Basically, it’s how much is left after a firm pays its... A payout ratio is defined as the ratio of a firm’s total dividends paid to all shareholders to its total net income. Basically, it’s how much is left after a firm pays its shareholders. Too high of a payout ratio can signal problems, while too low can signal an uncaring management team. Dividend.com Ratings and Recommendation system hones in on those stocks with safe and strong payout ratios that result in continued or growing dividend payouts. The list shows picks that have a unique combination of top overall rating and a high score on the Dividend Reliability metric of the rating system. The securities listed in this page include relevant common stocks, REITs, ADRs and ETFs. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States. Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users. The list in this page is sorted in descending order of the Dividend Reliability rating metric. View more View less

Dividend Stocks With The Most Reliable Payout Ratios Results

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Payout

Income

Income Risk

Returns

Dividend.com Ratings*

blocked

38.38%

0.15%

$10.11

35.8x

5.0

Quality

4.0

Fair

4.0

Fair

blocked

31.36%

0.08%

$3.22

28.7x

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

3.0

Neutral

blocked

28.03%

0.00%

$12.56

11.9x

5.0

Quality

3.0

Neutral

5.0

Quality

blocked

23.72%

-0.02%

$4.22

19.3x

5.0

Quality

3.0

Neutral

5.0

Quality

blocked

20.99%

0.08%

$14.68

31.1x

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

blocked

26.92%

0.01%

$13.37

18.5x

5.0

Quality

4.0

Fair

5.0

Quality

blocked

26.82%

0.15%

$21.63

20.8x

5.0

Quality

4.0

Fair

5.0

Quality

blocked

60.82%

0.16%

$5.79

10.5x

5.0

Quality

4.0

Fair

5.0

Quality

blocked

24.22%

0.10%

$8.26

20.2x

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

blocked

35.02%

0.07%

$7.42

12.7x

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

5.0

Quality

Dividend ETFs With The Most Reliable Payout Ratios Results

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