Who says that there is no growth potential in high-priced stocks? Not only do you have the same potential to achieve capital appreciation as lower-priced shares, but higher-priced stocks can also provide added income from dividends.

Stockpickr has reviewed the stocks that sell for over $100 a share, extracted the ones with the highest yields and compiled them in a portfolio called the

Top-Yielding High-Price Stocks


Deutsche Bank

(DB) - Get Report

is a stock that sells for over $100 a share in spite of the fact that it has dropped in price during the last month along with many other bank stocks. It yields 5.9%.

The chief executive of the bank, Josef Ackermann, called for more transparency and overhauling of investment banks in a recent speech at the London School of Economics, according to a

Financial Times

report. The company's earnings announcement is scheduled for Feb. 7. The stock has a

price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 8 and a P/E-to-growth (PEG) ratio of 0.6.

Deutsche Bank is also featured in the portfolio of

AXA Enterprise Global Financial Service Fund

, which invests at least 80% of its portfolio in U.S. and foreign financial services stocks. The fund, which is rated four stars by Morningstar, also owns

JPMorgan Chase

(JPM) - Get Report

, which yields 3.8%,

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

, which yields 6.9%, and


(MET) - Get Report

, which has a yield of 1.3%.

Another high-yield, triple-digit stock is

Imperial Tobacco Group

( ITY), which yields 3.9%. The stock last week was selling for about $100 but has fallen sharply in the last few days along with the broader market. This British tobacco producer just received approval from Spanish regulators for the takeover of

Altadis SA

. Imperial has a P/E of 17 and a PEG of 1.8.

One fund that owns Imperial shares is the

Vice Fund

, which invests in companies that provide products or services that are considered socially irresponsible. It also holds

Altria Group

(MO) - Get Report

, which yields 3.8%,


(DEO) - Get Report

, at a 4% yield, and

Boyd Gaming

(BYD) - Get Report

, which yields 2.3%.

Then there's


(ETR) - Get Report

, a stock that sells for around $118 a share and yields 2.7%. This New Orleans-based electric utility has a P/E of 18 and a PEG of 1.8.

Entergy also shows up in

'PEG' Evaluation Top Picks

, a portfolio on Stockpickr that also includes


(NE) - Get Report

, which yields 0.3%,


(BA) - Get Report

, yielding 2%, and

Legacy Vulcan

(VMC) - Get Report

, at 2.8%.

For more stocks that sell for over $100 a share and pay high yields, check out the

Top-Yielding High-Price Stocks

at Stockpickr.com.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

James Altucher is president of


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Financial Times

and the author of

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