Many investors look for stocks that trade under $10 a share because the potential percentage gains can be substantial. However, with recent significant market drops, many investors like the idea of receiving a dividend to provide them with an additional return beyond the capital gains and some stability from the income.Stockpickr has reviewed the list of the stocks that sell for less than $10 a share and extracted the top low-priced stocks with yields above 3% in the Top-Yielding Stocks Under $10 Per Share. One of the higher-yielding stocks is Cedar Shopping Centers ( CDR), a real estate investment trust, or REIT, that pays a dividend of 9.2%. This company develops, owns and operates shopping centers. It just released its guidance for 2008 and reported that it's expecting earnings to be between 33 cents and 37 cents a share. The Thomson First Call analyst consensus is 36 cents a share. The stock has a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 32 and a P/E-to-growth (PEG) ratio of 5.2. Cedar also appears in an interesting Stockpickr portfolio called So, You Want Dividends?, a portfolio from March that lists stocks with "big dividends and nice growth prospects." The portfolio also includes Brandywine Realty Trust ( BDN), which pays 10.7%, CPFL Energia ( CPL), at 8.5%, and Energy Transfer Partners ( ETP), at 8.7%. Another under-$10 stock, Sinclair Broadcast Group ( SBGI), has a yield of 8.3%. Shares of this Maryland-based TV broadcasting company closed Tuesday at $8.37, and the stock has seen some recent insider buying. Earlier this month, the CEO bought 123,000 shares for prices between $7.90 and $7.99 a share. The vice president bought 98,689 shares for prices between $7.89 and $8. The stock has a P/E of 35 and a PEG of 2.5.