What’s the difference between dividend rate and dividend yield? Managing director Chris O’Keefe told U.S. News & World Report, “Dividend rate is the absolute amount of dividends being paid quarterly or yearly, while dividend yield measures the dividend paid as a percentage of the equity.” In addition, Chris shared, “Dividend yield gives investors an idea of how much income they can expect to receive relative to their equity investment on a periodic basis.”

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