The following is a list of high yield dividend stocks with excellent growth prospects, with higher projected EPS growth rates than their industry competitors. All of the companies mentioned below also have some of the following characteristics:

- EPS and revenue grew faster than their industry competitors over the last five years
- Cash flow growth has accelerated faster than their industry competitors over the last five years
- Capital spending accelerated at a faster rate than their competitors (theoretically, this makes them more competitive over the coming years)

We're not going to go into detailed analysis for each company. The goal here is to give growth-oriented investors a starting point for their own analysis.

All growth stats sourced from Fidelity, short float and performance data sourced from Finviz.

*Interactive Chart: Press Play to compare changes in analyst ratings over the last two years for the top six stocks mentioned below. Analyst ratings sourced from Zacks Investment Research. Note: The numbers on top of items represent the forward P/E ratio, if available.*

The list has been sorted by dividend yield. (Note: Data sourced on Friday afternoon, January 28)

* 1. Telefonica, S.A. (NYSE:TEF):* Telecom Services. Market cap of $116.29B. Dividend yield at 6.75%. EPS has grown by 25.62% over the last five years vs. industry average at 0.83%. EPS projected to grow by 6.85% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.48%. Revenue has grown by 14.22% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.78%. Capital spending has grown by 20.44% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.72%. The company's cash flow has grown by 13.78% over the last five years vs. industry average at 6.79%. Short float at 0.13%, which implies a short ratio of 0.19 days. The stock has gained 12.99% over the last year.

*Oil & Gas Pipelines Industry. Market cap of $6.15B. Dividend yield at 6.45%. EPS has grown by 12.89% over the last five years vs. industry average at 3.24%. EPS projected to grow by 5.00% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.49%. Revenue has grown by 28.10% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.19%. Capital spending has grown by 82.42% over the last five years vs. industry average at 19.83%. The company's cash flow has grown by 34.60% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.80%. Short float at 0.23%, which implies a short ratio of 1.41 days. The stock has gained 14.52% over the last year.*

**2. Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP (NYSE:BWP):***Telecom Services. Market cap of $166.25B. Dividend yield at 6.11%. EPS has grown by 17.79% over the last five years vs. industry average at 0.83%. EPS projected to grow by 5.67% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.48%. Revenue has grown by 23.16% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.78%. Capital spending has grown by 29.49% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.72%. The company's cash flow has grown by 25.35% over the last five years vs. industry average at 6.79%. Short float at 0.89%, which implies a short ratio of 2.12 days. The stock has gained 17.21% over the last year.*

**3. AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T):***Specialty Chemicals Industry. Market cap of $13.31B. Dividend yield at 5.78%. EPS has grown by 8.45% over the last five years vs. industry average at 3.23%. EPS projected to grow by 5.00% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.01%. Revenue has grown by 62.91% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.16%. Capital spending has grown by 86.75% over the last five years vs. industry average at 19.84%. The company's cash flow has grown by 82.23% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.76%. Short float at 2.02%, which implies a short ratio of 2.89 days. The stock has gained 30.31% over the last year.*

**4. Williams Partners L.P. (NYSE:WPZ):***Oil & Gas Pipelines Industry. Market cap of $8.22B. Dividend yield at 5.65%. EPS has grown by 5.08% over the last five years vs. industry average at 3.24%. EPS projected to grow by 6.90% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.49%. Revenue has grown by 61.44% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.19%. Capital spending has grown by 69.91% over the last five years vs. industry average at 19.83%. The company's cash flow has grown by 21.36% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.80%. Short float at 0.75%, which implies a short ratio of 3.97 days. The stock has gained 36.58% over the last year.*

**5. ONEOK Partners, L.P. (NYSE:OKS):***Independent Oil & Gas Industry. Market cap of $36.94B. Dividend yield at 5.43%. EPS has grown by 12.27% over the last five years vs. industry average at 3.23%. EPS projected to grow by 6.30% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.01%. Revenue has grown by 25.11% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.16%. Capital spending has grown by 59.02% over the last five years vs. industry average at 19.84%. The company's cash flow has grown by 32.20% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.76%. Short float at 0.14%, which implies a short ratio of 0.64 days. The stock has gained 48.45% over the last year.*

**6. Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE:EPD):***Diversified Communication Services Industry. Market cap of $5.17B. Dividend yield at 5.20%. EPS has grown by 10.21% over the last five years vs. industry average at 0.83%. EPS projected to grow by 6.80% over the next five years vs. industry average at 11.48%. Revenue has grown by 16.25% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.78%. Capital spending has grown by 20.06% over the last five years vs. industry average at 10.72%. The company's cash flow has grown by 14.98% over the last five years vs. industry average at 6.79%. Short float at 0.37%, which implies a short ratio of 1.33 days. The stock has gained 70.92% over the last year.*

7. Telecom Argentina S A (NYSE:TEO):7. Telecom Argentina S A (NYSE:TEO):

*Electric Utilities Industry. Market cap of $15.2B. Dividend yield at 4.60%. EPS has grown by 11.07% over the last five years vs. industry average at 0.77%. EPS projected to grow by 17.65% over the next five years vs. industry average at 5.80%. Revenue has grown by 8.06% over the last five years vs. industry average at 4.99%. Capital spending has grown by 2.31% over the last five years vs. industry average at 13.78%. The company's cash flow has grown by 8.59% over the last five years vs. industry average at 4.77%. Short float at 0.16%, which implies a short ratio of 2.53 days. The stock has lost -6.53% over the last year.*

8. Veolia Environnement S.A. (VE):8. Veolia Environnement S.A. (VE):

*CATV Systems Industry. Market cap of $9.21B. Dividend yield at 4.04%. EPS has grown by 30.90% over the last five years vs. industry average at 7.30%. EPS projected to grow by 5.70% over the next five years vs. industry average at 12.98%. Revenue has grown by 14.65% over the last five years vs. industry average at 6.97%. Capital spending has grown by 15.26% over the last five years vs. industry average at 3.94%. The company's cash flow has grown by 17.76% over the last five years vs. industry average at 9.44%. Short float at 0.34%, which implies a short ratio of 11.59 days. The stock has gained 18.36% over the last year.*

**9. Shaw Communications, Inc. (NYSE:SJR):***Electric Utilities Industry. Market cap of $11.31B. Dividend yield at 4.01%. EPS has grown by 24.82% over the last five years vs. industry average at 5.97%. EPS projected to grow by 7.75% over the next five years vs. industry average at 7.08%. Revenue has grown by 17.65% over the last five years vs. industry average at 7.80%. Capital spending has grown by 4.09% over the last five years vs. industry average at 16.70%. The company's cash flow has grown by 9.35% over the last five years vs. industry average at 8.29%. Short float at 0.71%, which implies a short ratio of 2.86 days. The stock has gained 4.47% over the last year.*

**10. Cia Energetica de Minas Gerais (NYSE:CIG):****Disclosure:**I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.