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November 2016

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The Latest Dividend Growth Stock Compilation

November 29, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: MRK , LANC , BDX

Each week, I go through the list of dividend increases in order to monitor performance of existing holdings, and uncover hidden dividend gems.

I then narrow down the list by eliminating companies with a dividend growth streak that is less than a decade. I also look at things like trends in earnings per share, dividends per share, dividend payout ratios, in order to determine the likelihood of future dividend growth and growth in intrinsic value.

It's important to have an overview of the latest dividend growers in order to get the future dividend kings on my radar first. With this method, I can also see how big the future yield will be if the calcualte the announced dividend. Sometimes, there could a low yielder become a high yield in just a year only by hiking dividends.

Over the past week, there raised a lot of stocks their payouts. You can find the full compilation of the latest dividend growth stocks attached.

Here are the latest dividend growth stocks.... - > The Latest Dividend Growth Stock Compilation...  [more]

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20 High Yielding Oversold And Underestimated Dividend Paying Stocks

November 29, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: TEF , WELL , GSK

I get questions from retired and income investors asking about oversold dividend stocks. 

In the current market, a lot of dividends stocks — particularly the more well-known ones — are hitting new 52-week highs on a regular basis. 

These investors want to know if buying at all-time or 52-week highs is a mistake. 

The answer is usually, “it depends.” If you have a long-term horizon of, say, ten years or more, it doesn’t really matter. 

The other answer, however, is that if the investor is looking for solid dividend stocks, there’s no reason to confine oneself to Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). 

There are other dividend payers out there, and I prefer to look for stock that are 10% or more off their 52-week highs. 

I personally use the technical indicator of the RSI in order to identify really oversold dividend paying stocks. 

It suggests that, in an environment where everyone is looking for yield, that the stock has sold off for reasons that aren’t critical to its ongoing operations. That creates a buying opportunity. 

Here are 20 higher capitalzied dividend stocks with yields over 4% looking oversold and undervalued: 20 High Yielding Oversold And Underestimated Dividend Paying Stocks...  [more]

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10 Of The Best S&P 500 Blue-Chip Dividend Stocks

November 25, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: F , GM , WFC

The odds of a Federal Reserve rate hike in December are only going up, but even if the central bank pulls the trigger, dividend stocks will always remain in style. 

True, they could come under price pressure because they compete with bonds for investor dollars, but they typically don’t stay down for long. It’s not like we’re looking at anything but the most minimal raise anyway. 

So while interest rates will go up, they’ll still be pitifully low. That’s where superior dividend stocks come in. Names with solid track records of stable and in some rising dividends are under consideration for an equity income portfolio. If they can deliver above-average price appreciation too, so much the better. 

Combine the two, and you’ve got a market-beating total return engine. 

We searched the S&P 500 to find these types of stocks. Mind you, the benchmark index has a subpar dividend of its own, at just 2.2%. It’s easy to find stocks with higher yields, but then, a high yield can be a warning sign for a dividend payer. The highest-paying names in the S&P 500 all have issues that the market is rightly worried about. 

Here are the results of our research....

AT&T -- Yield: 5.22%AT&T (NYSE:T) employs 273,140 people, generates revenue of $146,801.00 million and has a net income of $13,687.00 million. The current market capitalization stands at $232.69 billion. 

AT&T’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $49,599.00 million. The EBITDA margin is 33.79% (the operating margin is 16.88% and the net profit margin 9.32%). 

Financials: The total debt represents 31.33% of AT&T assets and the total debt in relation to the equity amounts to 102.84%. Due to the financial situation, a return on equity of 12.57% was realized by AT&T. 

Twelve trailing months earnings per share reached a value of $2.35. Last fiscal year, AT&T paid $1.89 in the form of dividends to shareholders. 

Market Valuation: Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 16.06, the P/S ratio is 1.57 and the P/B ratio is finally 1.88. The dividend yield amounts to 5.22%. Read more here: 10 Of The Best S&P 500 Blue-Chip Dividend Stocks....  [more]

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The Highest Yielding And Most Promising Healthcare Reits

November 24, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: SNH , WELL , LTC

When it comes to the history of wealth, there is always one sector that needs to be mention, and that is real estate. The cash flow that real estate investing brings in from business operations can be great, especially for dividend investors.

Purchasing a rental property in your local neighborhood is pretty easy to do because the capital required is not a great amount. However, when it comes to investing in the healthcare real estate sector, it is much more difficult–that is, unless you have millions of dollars in your bank account. 

There are a lot of healthcare Reits on the market with solid yields which have been grown over years. I will show you some of the highest yielding and most promising healthcare Reits with the attached list.

Here are the highest yielding and most promising healthcare Reits... -> The Highest Yielding And Most Promising Healthcare Reits...  [more]

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Bank Stocks With Big Dividend Yields

November 22, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: UBS , BMO , TD

When savvy investors hunt for great dividend stocks, one of the first things they look at is the dividend yield, which expresses a stock's annual dividend payout as a percentage of its stock price. 

One of the reasons investors are often drawn to bank stocks is because they tend to pay generous dividends. But just like any other industry, some banks stocks are more generous than others when it comes to their quarterly payouts.

Which are the best from the perspective of an income-seeking investor on the hunt for a high yield? You can find the answer in the table below. 

With this in mind, I drew up the table below, which ranks the nation's biggest banks by dividend yield. 

Here are higher capitalized bank/money center stocks with dividend yields above 3 percent.... -> Bank Stocks With Big Dividend Yields...  [more]

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15 Long-Term Dividend Growth Stocks That Could Reach A 10% Dividend Yield Soon

November 21, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ADP , MCHP , NUE

Achieving a double-digit dividend yield isn't a complicated process, however two key ingredients are essential. First, you'll need to identify and invest in high quality businesses that will grow their dividends for the foreseeable future.  [more]

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9 Cheapest Dividend Aristocrats

November 21, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ABBV , TGT , CAH

Dividend Aristocrats are those unique kinds of stocks that rarely go on sale. For more than 25 years, these companies have been churning out ever-increasing dividend payments that show they are more than capable of handling the ups and downs of the economy or their respective industry cycles. 

By its very nature, a Dividend Aristocrat tends to be a large and stable blue-chip company with a strong balance sheet. Many of these companies are familiar names that produce household brands. Let's look at the cheapest Dividend Aristocrats in this article.

Every once in a while, though, the market forgets the long-term earnings power of these companies and their stocks become good bargains. 

Dividend-paying stocks with consistently growing revenue and earnings that increase dividends, year in and year out. I've recently screened the 52 stocks that make up the "Dividend Aristocrats," to find the cheapest and best values to buy now, as we head into 2017. 

These are the results... -> 9 Cheapest Dividend Aristocrats....  [more]

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Warren Buffett's Buys And Sells Surprisingly These Dividend Stocks

November 21, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: BRK-A , DAL , UAL

When it comes to dividends, Warren Buffett won't dish them out -- but he will take them. 

Buffett has for years maintained a strict no-dividends policy at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B). The conglomerate has paid only one dividend during his tenure, in 1967, and he has joked that he "must have been in the bathroom" when the decision was made.

"The question is about evaluating Berkshire when it doesn't pay any dividends," the billionaire said in a 1998 lecture at the University of Florida Business School. "And it won't pay dividends, either. That's a promise I can keep. All you get with Berkshire stock is that you can stick it in your safe deposit box, and every year you take it out and fondle it." 

While Buffett won't distribute dividends to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, he has no qualms about collecting them from others. Most of the companies in his investment portfolio make regular dividend payments. 

Attached you will find a list of Warren Buffett's latest stock holding buys and sells. Airlines are a major buy on Warren Buffett's shopping list.

For sure, financials, energy and media stocks are also long investment for the investment guru Warren Buffett. 

Take a look at Warren Buffett's latest investment buys and sells.

Here are the latest trades... -> Warren Buffett's Buys And Sells Surprisingly These Dividend Stocks...  [more]

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10 Cheap Dividend Aristocrats And The 20 Highest Yielding Aristocrats

November 16, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: T , ABBV , TGT

With anemic global economic growth, investors have become leery about U.S. companies' ability to grow earnings and increase dividends.

Indeed, S&P 500 earnings declined for the fifth consecutive period in the second quarter of 2016 and even if the third quarter results are positive, the growth rate is likely to be very small. A potential consequence of this "earnings recession" is that future dividends could be at risk. Earnings are an essential driver of dividends, and ultimately returns, so there is good reason for concern. 

But there's an exclusive group of companies that may provide an answer. The S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index includes high quality companies that have increased their dividends every year for at least 25 consecutive years. 

How are these companies able to continually grow dividends? One answer is by delivering earnings growth. The S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats have delivered positive annual earnings growth for the first two quarters of 2016 in amounts that were substantially higher than the broad market. 

Attached you will find a compilation of the cheapest Dividend Aristocrats. You can also find a list of the 20 highest yielding Aristocrats at the end of this article. You might notice that yield and cheapness are sometimes not the same.

These are the cheapest Dividend Aristocrats....

AT&T -- Yield: 5.32%AT&T (NYSE:T) employs 277,200 people, generates revenue of $146,801.00 million and has a net income of $13,687.00 million. The current market capitalization stands at $229.08 billion. 

AT&T’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $49,599.00 million. The EBITDA margin is 33.79% (the operating margin is 16.88% and the net profit margin 9.32%). 

Financials: The total debt represents 31.33% of AT&T assets and the total debt in relation to the equity amounts to 102.84%. Due to the financial situation, a return on equity of 12.57% was realized by AT&T. 

Twelve trailing months earnings per share reached a value of $2.35. Last fiscal year, AT&T paid $1.89 in the form of dividends to shareholders. 

Market Valuation: Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 15.74, the P/S ratio is 1.54 and the P/B ratio is finally 1.84. The dividend yield amounts to 5.32%.  Read more here ->10 Cheap Dividend Aristocrats And The 20 Highest Yielding Aristocrats...  [more]

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20 Cheapest Large Cap Stocks With Fat Dividends And Low Debt Ratios

November 15, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: AFL , MFC , TEVA

Blue chip stocks are established large-cap businesses that pay reliable dividends. They have long corporate histories and provide well-known products and/or services. 

De-risk your portfolio with undervalued dividend payers that you can watch grow inside of your portfolio. With the market pulling back again, now is a great time to start adding shares while they’re cheap. 

There are a number of stocks that have taken a beating of late, and that’s created some great buying opportunities. There are close to 350 stocks that pay a 2% plus dividend yield and are down 10% in 2016. 

However, not all of these dividends are actually “cheap” from a valuation perspective, nor do all have the balance sheets or cash flows to support their dividends. 

The key is to be prudent. 

Attached you will see a list of the 20 cheapest dividend paying large cap stocks by forward price to earnings ratio. I've only listed those with a market cap over 10 billion with a debt to equity ratio below one. Those are two very essential restrictions to my screen. 

As might see, there is a good mix of all sectors: Financials, Industrials, Services, Technology, Healthcare and Utilites. 

These are the 20 cheapest dividend paying large caps by forward P/E ratio -> 20 Cheapest Large Cap Stocks With Fat Dividends And Low Debt Ratios...  [more]

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Dividend Growth Stock Compilation Of The Past Week

November 14, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ADP , HPE , HPQ

Readers of this space know that the primary focus of my dividend portfolio is to create ever-increasing income money machine by investing in dividend growth securities.  [more]

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4 Stocks That I Think Will Be Great Dividend Investments Built For The Next Century

November 13, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: AWK , CL , PEP

There are a handful of stocks on the market that have been paying a dividend for over 100 years. Procter & Gamble, ExxonMobil, and General Mills are three such names, and one thing they hold in common is that they run very stable and (arguably) boring businesses.

They're also not involved in the volatile tech industry, where some of the world's biggest companies are today, but where businesses can also go from household name to obscurity in just a few years (see BlackBerry).

Nor do they sell volatile consumerdiscretionarygoods that can swing in and out of favor. As we look forward to the next century, investors looking for low-risk dividends that can last another 100 years should be on the lookout for businesses that won't be easily disrupted by new technology or changing lifestyles.

Here are four stocks that I think will be great dividend investments built for the next century...

PepsiCo -- Yield: 2.82%  [more]

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11 Best Dividend Paying Water Utilities Dividend Stocks

November 13, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: AWR , MSEX , YORW

Water utility companies provide drinking water and wastewater services for residential, commercial, and industrial sectors on municipal, state, and federal levels. Many times, these are natural monopolies and are stable, established corporations. These companies generally pay average to slightly above average dividend yields. 

Providing clean water all over the world is a significant global challenge, both for water utility stocks and for conservationists. In a 2012 article, I mentioned that the United Nations and organizations such as Water.org were addressing this problem. Today I focus on water conservation on Main Street -- where water bills are higher due to new water meters and the general overuse of water. 

But high water bills may make water utility stocks more appealing for investors. 

The following table includes 11 water utilities. Many water utilities have multiyear histories of increasing their dividends making them candidates for a dividend reinvestment portfolio. 

Here are the 11 Best Dividend Paying Water Utilities Dividend Stocks -> 11 Best Dividend Paying Water Utilities Dividend Stocks....  [more]

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12 Dividend Aristocrats Consumer Goods Portfolio Generated Yearly 11.10% Return

November 10, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: PEP , PG , CL

The Dividend Aristocrats make up a select group of stocks in the S&P 500 index that have raised shareholder dividends for at least 25 consecutive years. 

The S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats index, which tracks these stocks, has outperformed the S&P 500 index by an average of 3.2 percentage points a year over the last decade on a total return basis, according to S&P. 

Besides its amazing performance, there's something else that stands out about the Dividend Aristocrats index. It is heavily weighted toward consumer-staples stocks. In fact, 26% of the Dividend Aristocrats index is allocated to consumer-staples stocks. Click here to see a list of all 50 Dividend Aristocrats. 

Consumer staples has an advantage over most other industries: longevity. Some industries change quickly. Google (now Alphabet) didn't even exist 20 years ago. Facebook didn't exist 15 years ago. The technology industry changes rapidly. This is bad news for established businesses, which have to constantly reinvent themselves to keep pace. 

Consumer-staples stocks tend to be extremely stable. Here are four that have rewarded shareholders with increased dividends for at least 25 years. 

The following table includes 12 Dividend Aristocrats that are in consumer goods (apparel, beverages, cleaning, food and personal care) businesses.

These are the results...

Coca-Cola -- Yield: 3.33%

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) employs 123,200 people, generates revenue of $44,294.00 million and has a net income of $7,366.00 million. The current market capitalization stands at $179.35 billion. 

Coca-Cola’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $12,075.00 million. The EBITDA margin is 27.26% (the operating margin is 19.70% and the net profit margin 16.63%). 

Financials: The total debt represents 49.02% of Coca-Cola assets and the total debt in relation to the equity amounts to 172.64%. Due to the financial situation, a return on equity of 26.31% was realized by Coca-Cola. 

Twelve trailing months earnings per share reached a value of $1.65. Last fiscal year, Coca-Cola paid $1.32 in the form of dividends to shareholders. 

Market Valuation: Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 25.44, the P/S ratio is 4.09 and the P/B ratio is finally 7.12. The dividend yield amounts to 3.33%.  [more]

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12 Cheap Higher Capitalized Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 7%

November 09, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: TEP , GME , STX

Dividend stocks are all the rage now, for better or for worse, because bond yields have effectively dried up as the Federal Reserve kept interest rates at record lows. 

I’ve been of mixed feelings about this trend, because the chase for yield has led income investors away from the relative safety of bonds and into dividend stocks, which do carry more risk. 

Thus, as more and more money flows into dividend stocks, they start to get stretched as far as valuation is concerned. When it comes to stocks to buy, jumping in simply for the dividend isn’t a great idea. 

That’s because, should the valuations of these dividend stocks contract back towards the mean, the loss will be in excess of the dividends paid out over several years. 

So I’m trying to find options that are a bit less vulnerable to that kind of price contraction, while also offering a 7% yield or higher to offset some of the existing risk. 

Here are the results -> 12 Cheap Higher Capitalized Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 7%...  [more]

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20 Highest Yielding Asian ADR's

November 08, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: CHT , CHL , ASX

The search for yield is increasingly difficult, with interest rates around the world now close to record lows. This could push investors toward Asian high dividend stocks.  [more]

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8 Interesting Income Stocks For Investors With A Long Horizon

November 04, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ABBV , NTES , AVGO

When it comes to building long-term wealth, there is no better means than the stock market. 

Even during times of massive social, economic, and geopolitical instability, blue-chip dividend stocks have shown an incredible ability to climb “the wall of worry.” 

However, even better than dividend stocks in general are dividend growth stocks, which studies have found to outperform the broader market over time.

This is because companies that pay growing dividends, such as Dividend Aristocrats, need to be more careful and selective with their capital allocation, meaning maintain stronger balance sheets and only invest in the best growth opportunities. 

Of course, finding great dividend growth stocks, and building a high-quality dividend portfolio isn’t always easy. You need to not just focus on the size of the current yield and potential payout growth potential but also make sure that a company’s earnings and cash flows can make the dividend reliable and secure. 

The following is a look at nine fresh-faced dividend stocks that have only begun a regular payout sometime over the past five years:

Crown Castle -- Yield: 3.86%

Crown Castle (NYSE:CCI) employs 2,700 people, generates revenue of $3,663.85 million and has a net income of $525.29 million. The current market capitalization stands at $30.79 billion. 

Crown Castle’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $2,031.50 million. The EBITDA margin is 55.45% (the operating margin is 25.71% and the net profit margin 14.34%). 

Financials: The total debt represents 55.39% of Crown Castle assets and the total debt in relation to the equity amounts to 171.39%. Due to the financial situation, a return on equity of 6.97% was realized by Crown Castle. 

Twelve trailing months earnings per share reached a value of $1.00. Last fiscal year, Crown Castle paid $3.35 in the form of dividends to shareholders. 

Market Valuation: Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 90.82, the P/S ratio is 8.46 and the P/B ratio is finally 4.32. The dividend yield amounts to 3.86%.   [more]

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10 Long-Term Value Dividend Stocks I Like To Buy And Hold For The Next Years

November 03, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: HAS , BDX , ITW

My goal is to buy shares of companies that I love, reinvest the dividends, and in a few decades, retire without having to sell a share of stock because my dividend income is reasonable enough to support me and my family. Sound crazy? It's not. 

Dividend growth is a key value creation tool that works well for investors who don't want a high return on investment but a solid. You don't have to fear great recessions because of the deep economic integration. 

Buy and hold forever is easy to say but hard to implement because of the human psychology. Investors loose trust over time when the company don't grow or disappoints on the earnings in the mid-term. Let me tell you one thing: Only over a long time, the company has a high probability to create and unlock its potential value. 

Each good wine need time to develop and dividend growth stocks also need time. That's why I believe that high-quality dividend growth stocks are essential for wealth building. 

The 10 stocks listed below are a portion of my "forever" portfolio. I'm not recommending them to you. I paid much less for these stocks than what they sell for now and what you pay for a stock is the ultimate predictor of your investment returns. Still, you may find something of interest here, especially if you build your own portfolio of dividend stocks to hold forever. To that end, I've calculated the dividend growth rates for each of these stocks, as well as a fair value estimate.

These are the results...

Hasbro -- Yield: 2.50%

Hasbro (NASDAQ:HAS) employs 5,000 people, generates revenue of $4,447.51 million and has a net income of $446.87 million. The current market capitalization stands at $10.52 billion. 

Hasbro’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $847.26 million. The EBITDA margin is 19.05% (the operating margin is 15.56% and the net profit margin 10.05%). 

Financials: The total debt represents 36.26% of Hasbro assets and the total debt in relation to the equity amounts to 102.87%. Due to the financial situation, a return on equity of 28.88% was realized by Hasbro. 

Twelve trailing months earnings per share reached a value of $4.21. Last fiscal year, Hasbro paid $1.84 in the form of dividends to shareholders. 

Market Valuation: Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 19.82, the P/S ratio is 2.30 and the P/B ratio is finally 6.11. The dividend yield amounts to 2.50%.   [more]

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