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Diviends or not, the put-call parity (with European options) always hold: $C(S,K) - P(S,K) = F - K*DF$ In the RHS, dividends will impact the forward $F$ (higher dividends imply lower forward). So the LHS should be lower as well: the Call costs less and the Put costs more. The proof is straightforward, you just notice that at maturity $T$ you have: \$S_T - K ...

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finki.io does a great dividend API

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FINVIZ offers a number of screeners. If you don't mind a close approximation of the dividend, you can use the FINANCIAL screener. I say close approximation because it provides the percent yield in two decimals. When you multiply the yield times share price, you may be off a penny or two from the actual dividend. The screener includes a number of filters ...

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I'll try to convey an answer as best as possible. One method of screening for dividend paying stocks: If you do not know which stocks you want to work with, you can use a stock-screener like Tradingview stock screener. Here you can filter for dividend paying stocks (from high to low) and then single out your preferable exchanges (under the advanced filter ...

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