Stock Dividend Yield Definition

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Financial Analysis Training & Glossary TermsStock Dividend Yield:

(1) For a stock, the annual dividends divided by the current market price of the stock. Expressed as a percent.

(2) For a mutual fund, the return on a share of the fund held over the past 12 months. The dividend yield reflects the effect of sales charges (at current rates), but not redemption charges.

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