A Comprehensive Look At Dividend Growth Stock Valuations Sector By Sector: Part 2

Introduction

Finding attractively valued dividend growth stocks is getting harder and harder to do.  The overall market has been on a relentless advance for many years now, and high quality dividend paying growth stocks have been leaders.  Consequently, valuations have become extended beyond historical norms and I contend prudence.  Nevertheless, there are attractive dividend growth stocks available if you’re willing to look hard enough.

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83 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks for Your Retirement Portfolios: Part 2A

Introduction

I recently completed a 3 part series of articles offered to assist retired investors in designing the equity portion of their retirement portfolios.  In part 1 of this series found here I presented Peter Lynch’s 6 broad categories of stocks (businesses) that he wrote about in his best-selling book “One Up On Wall Street.”  The primary objective of this first article was simply to provide the reader a general idea of the various categories of common stocks that were generally available to choose among.  I presented one or two examples of each category in order to illustrate the advantages and/or disadvantages of each category.  I also pointed out that not every category was appropriate for most conservative retired investors. […]

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20 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks in Today’s Overvalued Market

I recently published a series of articles on Seeking Alpha and other sites that were free to the public where I presented 20 attractively valued dividend growth stocks with an aggregate yield of 4.3%.  If you haven’t already read them, here are links to both of those articles. 20 Dividend Growth Stocks To Buy Today Read more about 20 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks in Today’s Overvalued Market[…]

10 Dividend Growth Stocks for Your Retirement Portfolios Aggregate Yield 4.3%: Part 2

Introduction

After an exhaustive search of the dividend growth stock universe I identified 20 dividend growth stocks that I felt were currently worthy of consideration for retirement portfolios based on valuation. In part 1 of this 2-part series found here I discussed the current level of the S&P 500, and offered some important principles about valuation.  Additionally, I offered the first group of 10 of what I consider the highest quality members of the 20 screened research candidates I uncovered.  In this part 2, I will present the final 10 of 20 attractively-valued dividend growth stocks that I felt were currently worthy of consideration based on attractive or fair valuation relative to the overall market. […]

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Eaton Corporation A High-Yield Dividend Growth Opportunity

Introduction Finding high-quality dividend growth stocks in today’s market is challenging at best.  For those investors most interested in income, I believe that a 3% or better yield represents a sweet spot in today’s market.  However, it’s getting very difficult to find attractively valued blue-chips that can provide that kind of income while simultaneously offering Read more about Eaton Corporation A High-Yield Dividend Growth Opportunity[…]

Eaton Corp: Fundamental Stock Research Analysis

Before analyzing a company for investment, it’s important to have a perspective on how well the business has performed.  Because at the end of the day, if you are an investor, you are buying the business.  The FAST Graphs™ presented with this article will focus first on the business behind the stock.  The orange line Read more about Eaton Corp: Fundamental Stock Research Analysis[…]

Eaton Corp: Stock Research Analysis

It’s always to an investor’s advantage to find a terrific company that they would like to invest in on sale.  When you can buy a great business for less than it’s worth, you simultaneously increase your long-term return potential while lowering your risk.  In other words, you are buying the company’s growth at a better Read more about Eaton Corp: Stock Research Analysis[…]

7 Large-cap Industrials with High Growth Rates, Low Valuations and Above-average Dividend Yields

This article screened the industrial sector searching for companies that offer above-average forecast earnings growth of 15% to 20% or better that could be purchased at an attractive valuation.  Although each of these companies pays a dividend, due to the cyclical nature of this industry we encourage the reader to carefully review the dividend history Read more about 7 Large-cap Industrials with High Growth Rates, Low Valuations and Above-average Dividend Yields[…]