Accounting Dictionary

Dividend Yield

The dividend yield is the return the stockholder is making on the money he invested.

If you paid $100 for a share of stock and the company sent you a dividend of $10, 10/100=10%. Your dividend yield is 10%. You are getting a 10% return on your money.

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