The Dividend Yield Leaderboard provides a list of companies with the highest current dividend yield. Note that many of the companies
on this list are microcaps or have only ever paid one dividend. It is incumbent on the viewer to thoroughly vet these companies
and assume the risk that they might not pay a dividend in the future.
Since dividends are paid out of incoming cash,
we provide the Cash from Operations (CFOP) Payout Ratio, which is simply the portion of cash from operations used to pay the dividends ( dividends paid / cash from operations).
Companies with a negative CFOP Payout Ratio or a CFOP Payout Ratio less than one did not make enough cash from their operations in the trailing twelve months
to pay the declared dividend, which could indicate that the company's ability to pay future dividends is at risk.