Introduction This is the second of a five-part series presenting 50 dividend growth stocks that I have screened for current fair value. With this article I will be covering 10 additional dividend growth research candidates in addition to the initial 10 that I presented in part 1 found here. Furthermore, I wanted to be clear Read more about 10 More of 50 Fairly-Valued Dividend Growth Stocks Offering Moderately High Yields: Part 2[…]
Canadian “Bank-in” for Delicious Yield and Great Value
It is no secret that US blue-chip dividend paying stocks are trading at extremely high valuations relative to historical norms. Interest rates remain at all-time lows, and investors hungry for yield have turned to blue-chip dividend growth stocks in order to satisfy their appetites. For the past seven years or so that strategy has worked out quite well on both a capital appreciation and dividend income growth basis. Seven years is a long time, and the longer that the bull market in blue-chip dividend growth stocks runs, the more complacency it breeds.
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[…]
We are in the seventh year of a strong bull market, and stock valuations have generally become extended as measured by the S&P 500. It is undeniable that the overall market’s valuation today is higher than it has been in years. However, even though that statement may be true in the general sense, it does not mean that every stock in the market is overvalued. Nevertheless, there are many investors unwilling to invest in any common stocks simply because they believe the market is too high, even though there may be many individual stocks available at attractive valuations. […]
Introduction As most every investor is aware we are in the 7th year of a strong bull market following the Great Recession. That is good news for our portfolio performance histories, but the news is not as good for finding attractive places to invest fresh capital. Upon coming out of the Great Recession the stock Read more about 5 Attractive Dividend Growth Investing Opportunities in Cross–Listed Canadian Banks[…]