As I’ve noted before, dividend investing is an opportunity to reap ginormous profits in topsy-turvy markets. Of course, the largest dividend harvests are those that have grown. Just ask my fellow shareholders of US Bancorp (NYSE:USB), which has increased its dividend for 36 consecutive years, netting a 13-bagger in the last 20 alone.

With that in mind, I used our new CAPS screening tool to find solid dividend-payers with healthy earnings growth to boot. Below are 10 companies with dividend yields of more than 3%.

They also have:

  • Three-year trailing earnings-per-share growth higher than 15%.
  • Market capitalizations of more than $1 billion.
  • Five-star ratings, the highest possible, from our CAPS community.

Remember, in the first year for which we have data, five-star companies have outperformed with an average gain of nearly 28%.


Share Price


Market Cap
(in billions)

America Movil (NYSE:AMX)




Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (NYSE:SID)


Basic materials


DuPont (NYSE:DD)


Basic materials






Golar LNG




Precision Drilling Trust


Basic materials


Southern Copper (NYSE:PCU)


Basic materials


Telefonica (NYSE:TEF)




Total (NYSE:TOT)


Basic materials


United Breweries


Consumer goods


Data from Motley Fool CAPS and Yahoo! Finance as of May 21.

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