Submitted by ModernGraham on Wed, 2017-08-23 11:02
There are a number of great companies in the market today. By using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, I've selected the ten lowest PEmg (price / normalized earnings) companies reviewed by ModernGraham. Each company has been determined to be undervalued and suitable for the Defensive Investor according to the ModernGraham approach.
Submitted by Dividend Growth... on Wed, 2017-08-23 10:24
Imagine that you have two companies that are selling for the same valuation, which are also in the same industry and have similar current yields. Both companies would be characterized as “quality dividend paying ones”, as they each have strong branded products that consumers buy, good pricing power, and opportunities for growth. Coca-Cola (KO) and PepsiCo (PEP) fit my idea of what a quality dividend growth company is.
The question to answer is, if you wanted to buy the shares in just one of the companies, which one would you purchase?
Submitted by Dividends4Life on Wed, 2017-08-23 07:25
Andy Warhol in 1968 said that "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." In our society, many things follow the 15 minutes of fame paradigm, though duration of time is sometimes more or less. For example, at a fireworks display each rocket is viewed by the audience, albeit just for a few seconds. Olympic athletes will train in obscurity for years for a chance to have a gold medal hung around their neck as the world watches. When it comes to selecting dividend growth stocks, the ones you want are those that will perform well over the long haul...
Submitted by ModernGraham on Tue, 2017-08-22 11:20
Dividend growth investing is a very popular approach which can fit within the ModernGraham methods. This article will look at companies reviewed by ModernGraham which have grown their dividends annually for at least the last 20 years.
For all 900 companies covered by ModernGraham, I track the number of years a company has grown its dividend, and provide that information in my individual company valuations.
Out of the 900 companies, only 70 have grown dividends annually for at least the last 20 years. Here is an overview of those companies: