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12 Really Cheap Stocks With Extraordinary High Yields (+10%)



April 18, 2013 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: PBI , NLY , VEON

Stocks with very high yields and low price ratios originally published at "". A good cash return on your in investment is the basis for all dividend investors who want to build a passive income stream.

If you are focused on low yielding stocks with a yield around the one percent mark, I can tell you that you won't get a bigger cash return if you have only a few shares. You need higher yielding stocks with a yield of more than five percent or even over 10 percent.

I personally prefer stocks with a yield of 2-3 percent that have a solid growth history and could grow further. In addition, its ever cool when the company has low debt and payout ratios. This gives the company the possibility to hike its dividends far above the magic 3 percent mark.

However, let's come back to my daily theme: I like to show the highest yielding stocks with a P/E of less than 15. Twelve companies fulfilled these criteria of which eight are recommended to buy. Pitney Bowes is the star below the results. Its yield is still over 10 percent but the stock gained nearly 40 percent this year. PBI fights with a changing business environment and investors are more confident.

Here is the full table with some fundamentals:

12 Really Cheap Stocks With Extraordinary High Yields (+10%)....

Take a closer look at the full list. The average P/E ratio amounts to 8.04 and forward P/E ratio is 8.29. The dividend yield has a value of 13.56 percent. Price to book ratio is 3.25 and price to sales ratio 4.92. The operating margin amounts to 32.28 percent and the beta ratio is 0.53. Stocks from the list have an average debt to equity ratio of 6.39.

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