Here is a current sheet of 20 stocks that have additional potential to raise dividends. The companies have an expected annual earnings growth for the next five years of more than 10 percent as well as a payout ratio of fewer than 30 percent of earnings per share. In addition, they have a low debt to equity ratios of less than 10 percent and a dividend yield of more than 1 percent.
The average dividend yield of the 20 stocks amounts to 1.77 percent while the average P/E ratio is 17.52. Price to book ratio is 5.65 and price to sales ratio 2.43. The companies are working with an average operating margin of 17.94 percent. The average debt to equity ratio amounts to 11.10
Here is the table of 20 stocks with additional dividend increasing potential
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