Screen for High Dividend Stocks With the All-in-One Screener

The screener is useful for finding potential investment opportunities

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Jun 10, 2022
  • Income investors may be interested in companies with high dividend yields.
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If you are an income investor looking for companies with high dividend yields and are growing their dividends, a great place to go is the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, a Premium feature.

This pre-existing screen will allow you to screen for stocks that meet the following requirements:

1. Dividend yield > 3%

2. Dividend growth rate (3-year average) > 10%

3. Dividend payout ratio < 0.6

This screen generates 218 stocks across the U.S. market as of today. The largest companies on the list by market cap are Morgan Stanley (

MS, Financial), Volkswagen AG (VWAGY, Financial), Rio Tinto Ltd. (RIO, Financial), Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. (NTTYY, Financial) and PetroChina Co. Ltd. (PTR, Financial).

You can easily limit the list to U.S.-based companies only by clicking on the “Fundamental” tab and select “Country” for U.S. This leaves 73 companies, with Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Inc. (C, Financial), U.S. Bancorp (USB, Financial), PNC Financial Services Group Inc. (PNC, Financial) and Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD, Financial) at the top.


If you would like to expand your search to include European or Asian markets, simply click on the checkboxes next to Europe and Asia (GuruFocus Global Membership required) and you will get the stocks in those markets as well. This will give you a list of 181stocks, with companies in Germany, Japan, China, Switzerland and more.

You can also add other filters in the areas of growth, financial strength, insider buying, share buybacks, etc.

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