NOK - Nokia Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
6.34
-0.05 (-0.78%)
As of 12:21PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close6.22
Open6.34
Bid6.34 x 306100
Ask6.35 x 46000
Day's Range6.33 - 6.38
52 Week Range5.07 - 6.65
Volume11,072,478
Avg. Volume26,350,140
Market Cap35.327B
Beta (3Y Monthly)-0.09
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.19
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.24 (3.80%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-31
1y Target Est7.18
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Rather than mere one-time sales of switches and routers, Cisco is selling subscription-based access to cybersecurity and traffic-management platforms. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio Recurring income is reliable (once a subscriber signs on, it tends to stay on board), it's easy for Cisco to commit to a healthy dividend payout. Tech Dividend Stocks: Infosys (INFY)Dividend Yield: 3.1%You name it, Infosys (NYSE:INFY) does it … or at least it has a hand in it.In simplest terms, India-based technology company Infosys is a technology consulting and service provider. From bloackchain to "big data" to business transformation, Infosys can bring a lot to the table of a company that may not even know where to begin.Yes, it's another business model that's well suited for dividend payments, in that much of its work is also recurring. More than that though, it's just a great company.While you hear a great deal about the incredible ways companies like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) are changing the world through the use of technology, the fact of the matter is, most organizations have neither the ability or the desire to create their own technology-based solutions. They're more than content to lean on the likes of Infosys, and pay handsomely for the work it does. Tech Dividend Stocks: Nokia (NOK)Dividend Yield: 3.9%Nokia's (NYSE:NOK) dividend yield of 4.1% is quite noteworthy.You likely know the company as the maker of mobile phones. But, truth be told, that's the least of what it does. It got out of the business altogether a few years ago, selling the name to Microsoft. And, although it waded back into smartphone waters in 2017, it's still not a name people take seriously in a market dominated by the iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy lineup.So what exactly has Finland-based Nokia Oyj been doing all this time to stay afloat? Building industry-specific communications solutions. For instance, it has created an entire communications framework that makes smart cities a reality. Nokia is also taking great strides in the healthcare arena, making the mobile monitoring of patients a snap. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio Investors don't see much of the work the company is doing, but that doesn't mean work's not being done. Tech Dividend Stocks: Qualcomm (QCOM)Dividend Yield: 4.6%Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is another former big name in the smartphone business that's since been shoved to the back of the line thanks to Samsung and Apple. But, much like Nokia, Qualcomm has found new life in -- and new opportunity in -- making the chips that power smartphones and other wireless devices. Ever heard of the Snapdragon processor? That's Qualcomm's breadwinner.That's certainly not going to be a laurel the company can rest on forever though, so it's thinking ahead. Its next-generation chipsets will be able to handle virtual reality and augmented reality, which (one way or another) is a big part of the future.Whatever the case, with a dividend yield of 4.6%, QCOM shares have something to offer fans of income that also might want to take a shot at a little bit of growth. Tech Dividend Stocks: Seagate (STX)Dividend Yield: 5.6%Seagate (NASDAQ:STX) isn't a name that needs much on the way of introduction, or explanation. 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If anything, computers allowed society to create even more paper documents, many of which required signatures, which in turn meant they had to be stored. Even with the recent proliferation of e-signatures, many printed documents still need to be stored.Enter Iron Mountain.Iron Mountain stores the mountain of paperwork organizations are required to retain for record-keeping purposes, but don't have the room to store on site. Its customers pay "rent" to the company for holding onto those documents, spurring the recurring revenue that makes for a reliable dividend. Its current yield? An impressive 7.1%.The truly-paperless era is finally upon us, suggesting a threat to Iron Mountain's business model. Fear not, though. The company is quickly learning the nuances of digital information, helping clients navigate the laws and logistics of the new era of record-keeping. That's how it qualifies as a technology name.As of this writing, James Brumley did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Growth Stocks Racing to All-Time Highs * 5 Warren Buffett Stocks You Can't Go Wrong With * Game On for These 3 Gaming Stocks Compare Brokers The post 7 Tech Stocks That Pay Dividends appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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