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7/01/2015

8 Bargains To Look For In A Hot Market

Now, following a six-year bull market, the markets look like inflated valuations in traditional income areas such as real-estate investment trusts, master limited partnerships and utilities. 

The highest yields on the stock market are paid by telecoms, tobacco stocks, MLPs, REITs or other high debt-loaded or risky business models. But those yields are falling if you look at the Reynolds yield which was a few years ago over 5 percent is now close to the 3 percent ratio.

I've written in the past about stocks that might pay a higher dividend in the future. In my view, it's much better to buy low yielding stocks with potential to hike future dividends. Not only by rising payouts, more by growing the revenues and income.

I’m more of a dividend-aware investor than just a dividend investor, and I don’t own yield for yield’s sake.

Today I like to introduce 10 lower yielding stocks with a high potential to hike dividends. My main criteria are low debt, little payout ratios and future growth.

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5 Cheap Stocks Guru Investors Are Buying

The P/E ratio is a strong indicator of whether a stock is a good value, and the lower the better. For this reason, many of the stocks with the lowest P/E ratios are broadly held by the investors.

However, a low P/E ratio requires further investigation, as the company could be in terminal decline, belong to an industry with endemic problems, or have other unfavorable valuations that make it unattractive as an investment.

 Below are 5 of the cheapest stocks that were bought by investment guru's within the recent quarter. Four of the results pay a dividend. It's only a first step for further research but in my view, there are some interesting stocks on the list.

These are the results:

6/30/2015

5 Undervalued Dividend Stocks By Graham and Buffett

Defensive Investors are defined as investors who are not able or willing to do substantial research into individual investments, and therefore need to select only the companies that present the least amount of risk.

When we look for undervalued companies, we often use metrics from Warren Buffett or his teacher Benjamin Graham. Both were great investors and their work was inspirational for millions of small pocket investors like me or you.

Below are five stock picks that met the criteria from the old investment gurus.

Here are the results....

6/28/2015

The 6 Best Dividend Paying Oil Stocks

If you're an income investor, you most likely will be looking for high-dividend stocks. Those high yields can be found within the energy sector, especially in the oil rector. Some Telecom, REITs and MLPs also pay good dividends.

Dividend investing also requires patience. And the reason for that is fairly simple: Most high-quality dividend payers are very stable and mature companies whose stocks are almost always trading at fair valuations with little-to-no prospect of becoming undervalued. In other words, these are generally boring stocks to own. 

When it comes to investing in dividend-paying oil stocks, here's what I'd be looking for:

- Acceptable Debt-To-Equity Ratios
- Strong Fundamentals
- High Dividends
- Low Payouts
- Cheap Valuation
- Competitive Advantage

Attached is a list of the best dividend paying oil stocks that might fulfill the most of the above mentioned criteria. Which do you like or do you know some oil stocks that might be better? Please let me know.

The top results are....

My Yield-Growth Screening Results June 2015 - (RTN, ADM, TRV)

The Yield/Growth stock Report for June 2015 is out. I've compiled the 20 cheapest high yielding dividend growers in a Factbook. You find there also the 20 fastest growing stocks with cheap forward P/E.

The idea is simple. I look for stocks with the most reliable dividend growth on the market. Those stocks have risen dividends over 10 consecutive years.




My favorites on the list are Travellers, ACE Limited, IBM and Qualcomm for yield. Top Picks from the fastest growing list are T. Rowe Price, AmTrust Financial Services, Archer-Daniels Midland and finally Raytheon. Which do you like?


The compilation includes the 20 top yielding stocks with a forward P/E of less than 15 and a dividend growth history of more than 10 years. 

In addition, the factbook includes a list of the 20 fastest growing stocks with a cheap forward price-to-earnings ratio.

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