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Best Value Small-Cap Dividend Stocks
After running the "ValueRank" ranking system on the companies which are included in the S&P SmallCap 600 index, on November 05, 2013, before the market open, I discovered the ten best value dividend stocks, which are shown in the charts below. In this article, I describe the three stocks with the best "ValueRank" ranking among the ten stocks...
Generous Dividend Stocks Giving Big Cash Back to Shareholders
So rather than simply chase high-yield dividend stocks, investors should instead focus on sustainable businesses that consistently deliver a great deal of capital back to shareholders — and as profits grow, those payouts grow as well. Nobody likes to see a mammoth corporation stockpiling cash instead of letting shareholders share in the largesse. So consider these seven dividend stocks as case studies in companies that are being very generous with their profits...
The Dividend Boom Is Far From Over
Recently, I received a copy of J.P. Morgan Asset Management's quarterly Guide to the Markets. Compiled by the amazingly insightful David Kelly and his team, I've found this to be an incredibly resourceful research tool. In the equities section, there's an interesting study on the deployment of corporate cash among S&P 500 companies. American companies, as represented by the index, are currently ...
Dividend Stocks You Can Buy for a Song
Higher share prices also reduce the yield on dividends, which is not a good thing for income investors (with new money to spend) in this world of ultra-low interest rates. The dividend yield on the S&P is back below 2% after topping 2.1% a year ago. Yields in the Dow Jones Industrial Average have thinned even more, to 2.2% from 2.7% a year ago. And yet … it is possible to find quality names sporting competitive to crazy dividends that still look like they’re on sale. Here are three of the best dividend stocks you can buy for a song...
Electric Utility Stocks All Dividend Investors Should Consider Owning
There are plenty of publicly traded utility companies on the markets today, and most dabble in gas, electricity, or some combination of the two. If you're a dividend investor, though, there are actually very few places to look, particularly if you're risk averse. According to our research, there are only two electric utility companies with dividend growth streaks-i.e., periods when dividend payments have consistently increased annually-of more than 25 years. Let's take a look...
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