Introduction – 20 Dividend Stocks
With this video I am presenting 20 A rated or better attractively valued dividend growth stocks with low debt and above-market yields. I would like the viewer to think of these as research candidates. In other words, in today’s overheated market I offer 20 extremely high-quality dividend growth stocks that investors can consider adding to their portfolios. In the video I will provide details as to why I think these are all worthy of further research and due diligence.
I do want to be clear that to make this list, I set up strict criteria. First and foremost, I wanted all companies to be A rated or better. I wanted dividend yields that were above the market average of 1.35% today, and I wanted financially strong companies with debt to capital ratios of 50% or less. And perhaps most importantly, I only wanted to include companies that were reasonably valued – which is very hard to find today.
In this FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video I will review: Aflac (AFL), Bristol Myers Squibb (BMY), Ameriprise Financial (AMP), Reinsurance Group of America (RGA), Magna International (MGA), Royal Bank of Canada (RY), Intel (INTC), Bank of New York Mellon (BK), Principal Financial Group (PFG), US BankCorp (USB), Pfizer (PFE), Franklin Resources (BEN), Prudential Financial (PRU), Manulife Financial (MFC), Truist Financial (TFC), Travelers (TRV), Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), State Street Corp (STT), JP Morgan (JPM), Merck & Co (MRK)
FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video
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