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6 Cheapest Stocks With Dividend Yields Over 2%

I always scout for stocks with cheap price ratios. Benjamin Graham was a great teacher about identifying fundamentally cheap stocks and one of his most popular students were billionaire Warren Buffett itself.

I love to buy stocks that are not far away from its fundamentally reasonable price. Three good indicators are Price-to-Book, Price-to-Sales and Price-to-Earnings.

Growth and a better than anticipated business environment are the main driver for wealth which let the stock price skyrocket.

Integrate both in your trading strategy and you will get a better investment return.

Yesterday, I wrote about stocks that have tenfold their sales over the past decade. It is very impressive so see how strong can companies grow but if you look at Facebook, you pay a high price for that growth.

I'm not sure if your investment in twitter and facebook will pay-off as long-term investor. You must be carefully look at the P-Ratios.

I've created a small sheet of cheap dividend stocks with a dividend yield hitting the 2% yield mark. These are my criteria in detail:

- Dividend Yield over 2%
- P/B under 2
- P/S below 2
- Forward P/E under 15
- Market Cap over 2 billion
- Dividend Payout ratio under 60%

Eighteen stocks fulfilled my criteria of which one yields over five percent. Below are my six favorites. Which do you like?


9 Dividend Stocks That Tenfold Sales

Growth makes addicted. A company that doubles each ten years sales and threefold earnings is a good return and cash cow for your portfolio if you have not overpaid your investment.

Google, Facebook and other techies are good growth stocks with deep values but they are definitely too expensive to make a good return. If not, I am wrong and they boost sales by a higher rate but that's speculation and not investing.

I've released an article about growth stocks with a smaller market capitalization that have doubled sales over the recent decade.

I wrote this article, inspired by a Chinese couple that bought some shares of Apple in the 90's and made a profit on its initial investment of $276,600. That’s really great. Long-term investing brings huge money into your pocket.

Today I like to introduce those dividend stocks that have outperformed the most of the listed stocks by fundamental growth ratios. They have tenfold their sales within the past decade. It is great? Sure it is!

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9 Dividend stocks with the highest sales growth over the past decade are...


Do We Have A Stock Market Bubble And Will It Burst?

Most people on the market say that the American stock market is overvalued and they use the Shiller-Cape-Ratio in order to justify their comments.

Well, I say it's hard to say whether we are in a stock market bubble but we see definitely low yields in terms of free cash flow and high premiums on book value. It it’s a real bubble; it is a question about how fast the future growth can develop.

For the time being, the economy is recovering at a slow pace and the inflation seems to be flat. This is a good environment for the FED to keep the interest rates low which give the market more fuel.

Below are two interesting info-graphics which I have found by stumbling the economic theme space of the internet.

The first picture shows that it doesn't matter if you buy in a bubble. If you buy and hold stocks for the long period, you will make money in the end. The only difference is that your return will be smaller or over a long period negative.

What do you think? Would you buy stocks for bigger amounts of money? I personally keep around 15 net cash but that's in my view not an optimum when the yields for fixed income are so low.

My thoughts go into foreign stock markets. China and Europe stocks seem to be more fairly valuated but if you look what's going on in Europe and China, you would think about your investment a second time.

How do you place your money? Please let me know if you still buy stocks. Best Tom.

The Next Bubble

Source: Demystifying the Tech Startup Bubble


10 Stocks Giving Investors More Money

I'm a passionate dividend investor and I also like to see my dividends growing. For sure, dividend growth is no safe bet or a strategy that makes you quick rich but it can deliver a solid return.

I've build a database with dividend growth stocks and stocks that have announced a share buyback program in order to monitor potential investment opportunities.

Each day and week, I sit down and watch that list and switch stock by stock with hopes to find the next ten-bagger that could generate millions for my portfolio.

Below is an overview of the latest dividend grower. Those stocks have raised dividends within the past week. This time, only 10 companies hiked their payments to shareholders.

The biggest fish in the pool was Philip Morris, followed by American Tower and Yum! Brands.

Big is beautiful but they also have a high debt burden in common.

Which stocks do you like?

These 7 Growth Stocks Have Potential To Make You Rich

7 Growth stocks originally appeared at long-term-investments.blogspot.comYesterday, I've published a small and very inspiring article about a Chinese couple that made a million with only two trades; fascinating.

Today I've run my stock screener for growth stocks with a market capitalization between 2 and 10 billion. Those stocks have a good chance to double if the company grows earnings and sales further.

In order to keep the passive income source alive, I've only selected stocks with a positive dividend yield as well as low debt ratios.

My focus excluded also stocks from the financial sector, mining stocks and energy/commodity companies as well. I don’t like those companies because I cannot predict their future. The business is price driven or caused by the skills or talents of the management.

Below are my seven favorites, best dividend paying companies that have doubled sales and earnings over the past ten years. Which do you like or do you own some of them? Let me know by leaving a small notice or comment in the box at the end of this article. Thank you so much for reading.

7 Growth Stocks I like are... 

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