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8/01/2014

12 Higher Capitalized Stocks With Yields Over 10% You Might Like...

Puhhh...this interest environment is boring. You need a huge amount of money to receive a low yield. That's crazy but you can Thank Ben Bernanke and the current Fed Chairman Janet Yellen.

Most people don't know it but there are still high yields and stocks that pay double digit dividend yields on your investment. For sure those companies are more risky but you get also compensated by higher cash returns.

Attached is a small list of all mid and large capitalized stocks that offer currently a double-digit dividend yield or a yield over 10 percent yearly. 

Most of the stocks also have a low valuation by forward price to earnings. Nearly all of the results come from the financial and basic material sector.

These are the three companies with a buy or better rating in detail....

9/25/2013

Ex-Dividend Stocks: Best Dividend Paying Shares On September 27, 2013

The best yielding and biggest ex-dividend stocks researched by ”long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. Dividend Investors should have a quiet overview of stocks with upcoming ex dividend dates.

The ex dividend date is the final date on which the new stock buyer couldn’t receive the next dividend. If you like to receive the dividend, you need to buy the stock before the ex dividend date. I made a little screen of the best yielding stocks with a higher capitalization that have their ex date on the next trading day.

In total, 47 stocks go ex dividend - of which 12 yield more than 3 percent. Here is a full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date within the current week.

Here is the sheet of the best yielding, higher capitalized ex-dividend stocks:

Company
Ticker
Mcap
P/E
P/B
P/S
Yield
Annaly Capital Management
11.46B
3.57
0.93
3.86
13.22%
Realty Income Corp.
O
7.92B
57.06
1.78
13.08
5.38%
Liberty Property Trust
4.36B
35.96
1.98
6.22
5.23%
Eni SpA
E
84.41B
26.94
1.07
0.50
5.04%
The Bank Of Nova Scotia
69.24B
11.82
1.86
3.87
4.15%
Republic Services, Inc.
12.32B
26.95
1.60
1.51
3.06%
Fulton Financial Corporation
2.27B
14.30
1.12
3.65
2.73%
BankUnited, Inc.
3.06B
14.81
1.65
4.16
2.73%
Air Products & Chemicals Inc.
22.47B
22.98
3.44
2.20
2.65%
CubeSmart
2.38B
-
2.38
7.70
2.47%
Ford Motor Co.
F
67.61B
11.31
3.52
0.47
2.33%
Cardinal Health, Inc.
17.87B
54.58
2.99
0.18
2.31%
Dell Inc.
24.35B
18.24
2.26
0.43
2.31%
Axis Capital Holdings Limited
5.00B
9.00
1.01
1.23
2.30%
Rent-A-Center Inc.
2.07B
12.43
1.56
0.67
2.22%
HEALTHSOUTH Corp.
2.95B
11.87
10.75
1.34
2.10%
HCC Insurance Holdings Inc.
4.36B
10.90
1.24
1.71
2.04%
Arcos Dorados Holdings Inc. Cla
2.47B
31.00
3.70
0.63
2.04%
Quest Diagnostics Inc.
9.50B
18.62
2.43
1.32
1.93%
State Street Corp.
30.17B
14.57
1.54
10.59
1.56%

9/17/2013

12 Stocks With Dividend Yields Over 10% And Low Forward P/E’s

Cheaply valuated shares with very high dividend yields originally published at long-term-investments.blogspot.com. Today I would like to show you some of the highest yielding stocks on the market with low earnings multiples. I choose stocks with a dividend yield of more than 10% with a forward P/E of less than 15. In order to eliminate the lower capitalized companies who have definitely a higher risk, I need to look at companies with a market cap over $2 billion.

Only twelve shares on the market met these restrictions. I believe that a high dividend yield will help investors to get a quick cash return and should boost the passive income but it’s also very dangerous to buy those stocks. Most of the high yielders come from the Financial or REIT sector. Most of them are highly loaded with debt and they are no long-term dividend growers like Procter and Coca Cola.


Six of the twelve results have a current buy or better rating. The yields are between 11.38 percent and 20.32 percent.


8/24/2013

16 High Yielding Dividend Stocks With Singe P/E Ratios

High yielding Mid- and Large capitalized dividend stocks with cheap price ratios originally published at long-term-investments.blogspot.com. I often write about stocks with cheap fundamentals, mostly about those with a low forward P/E. I believe that this is a great first step to find good bargains at the stock market.

But you need also a good initial dividend yield if you like to build a passive dividend income to live off.

Today I would like to create a screen which combines both, yield and cheapness at a very high level.

I’m looking for High-Yield dividend stocks with single-digit P/E ratios. In order to limit my screening results, I observed only higher capitalized companies with a market capitalization over USD 2 billion.

Sixteen stocks fulfilled my criteria. Seven of them have a current buy or better rating and fifteen yielding over 10 percent! 

REITs, asset managers and communication stocks are dominating the screen. That’s where you can find the highest dividend yields but the risk is also much higher.

6/25/2013

12 Stocks With Very High Yields (+10%) And Positive Growth Expectations

10% yielding stocks with future earnings growth originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". We all look for high dividend payments. I for myself am fixed to get a 3 percent return with good long-term growth perspectives. Others like High-Yields with stable payments.

Today I like to show you the highest yielding stocks at the market with positive earnings per shares growth for the next five years. I know, stocks with yields above the 10 percent mark are very risky and they like to reduce their payments in the future. In order to reduce the risks from lower capitalized stocks, I selected only those companies with a market cap above 2 billion.

Only 12 companies fulfilled my mentioned criteria of which five have a current buy or better rating. The results are dominated by real estate trusts. Annaly Capital Management is still on the list but they needed to cut dividends last week by 11.1 percent from 0.45 to 0.4 cts per share. Die interest rate increase hurts the company.

4/17/2013

12 Really Cheap Stocks With Extraordinary High Yields - Over 10%

Stocks with very high yields and low price ratios originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". A good cash return on your in investment is the basis for all dividend investors who want to build up a passive income stream.

If you are focused on low yielding stocks with a yield around the one percent mark, I can tell you that you won’t get a bigger cash return if you have only a few shares. You need higher yielding stocks with a yield of more than five percent or even over 10 percent.

I personally prefer stocks with a yield of 2-3 percent that have a solid growth history and could grow further. In addition, its ever cool when the company has low debt and payout ratios. This gives the company the possibility to hike the next dividends far above the magic 3 percent mark.

However, let’s come back to my daily theme: I like to show the highest yielding stocks with a P/E of less than 15 and a market capitalization over USD 2 billion. Twelve companies fulfilled these criteria of which eight are recommended to buy. Pitney Bowes is the star below the results. Its yield is still over 10 percent but the stock gained nearly 40 percent this year. PBI fights with a changing business environment and investors are more confident about the success of this battle.

4/10/2013

17 Safest Stocks From The Financial Sector

Financial stocks with low beta ratios and high market capitalization originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". The financial sector is still under fire. Low interest rates and higher risks within the bond buying industry make it hard to earn money on investments. As a result, thousands of people lose their job and the sector is shrinking. Bank of America cut its workforce by over 30,000 people and their competitors follow.

Not everything is bad within the financial sector. If you have followed my screens over the past months, you could find there more and more good looking banks and asset managers as well as insurers.

Today I like to discover the best yielding dividend stocks from the financial sector with real safe heaven characteristics. My criteria are:

- Market Capitalization over USD 10 billion
- Beta ratio below 1

The stock should have a lower volatility than the overall market. For sure, these are not the only trigger ratios to seek out the highest degree of stability for a stock. Especially in the financial sector are more risks than in other industries. Banks are still black boxes because you never know what kind of risk exposure they have in detail.

The screen produced 17 stocks of which two have a double-digit yield. Eight of them are currently recommended to buy.

3/30/2013

20 High-Yield Stocks With Safe Heaven Characteristics

High-Yield MidCap stocks with low beta ratios originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". Investors always look for opportunities on the market. They try to realize a bigger return by excluding additional risks. Risk-free stocks don’t exist but some stocks have a higher volatility than others. A ratio that measures the volatility is the beta ratio.

Linked is a sheet of the “safest” high-yielding stocks. Those stocks have a beta ratio below 0.5 as well as a higher market capitalization. In my case, I screen for stocks with a market valuation over USD 2 billion.

Only 20 companies fulfilled the mentioned criteria of which six have a double-digit yield. Eight of the results are recommended to buy. REITs and oil & gas pipeline stocks dominating the screen.

3/18/2013

11 Cheap Stocks With Unbelievable High Dividends

Stocks with very high yields and low price ratios originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". Some of my readers often ask themselves what are the highest yielding stocks at the market. When they read articles about the highest dividend paying shares they noticed Pitney Bowes, who is also a S&P 500 member, or Annaly Capital Management.

Both have a double digit yield at a higher market capitalization and investors of the early round have made their first money with these stocks. The market is still in doubt and I am too because I don’t like stocks with a very high yield and huge debt loads. I'm a believer of dividend growth and I like stocks with a yield between 1-2 percent much more when they increase them with a double-digit rate.


PBI has gained 44 percent over the recent quarter and has now a yield below the 10 percent mark but the P/E ratio is still in a single-digit range. Today I like to publish all higher capitalized dividend stocks (over $2 billion market capitalization) with a low P/E ratio (under 15). Eleven stocks fulfilled these criteria of which eight have a buy or better recommendation.


1/16/2013

13 Cheap High Yielding Stocks With Low Volatility

High yielding large capitalized stocks with low beta and cheap price ratios originally published at "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". I often look for higher capitalized stocks which give me a margin of safety. I don’t talk about a discount to the fair value or cheap prices. I mean a low volatility stocks. Stocks with a low beta ratio have a lower volatility than the whole market but they also have a lower upside potential if the market goes up. I love low volatility stocks because I am like everybody else an anxious investor when I invest big money on a single bet.

If the low beta stocks also have a low valuation, it could be interesting for me. You can find a full list of higher capitalized high-yield stocks with low beta ratios below. In total, there are 13 companies with a market capitalization over USD 2 billion and a yield above the 5 percent mark that have beta ratios of less than 0.5 and a forward P/E of less than 15.


The results are dominated by residential REITS. I personally don’t like this investment category. Sure you can make money with it but growth is very capital expensive. You sit on your investment and wait for rental price increases or decreasing vacancy rates. That’s not very funny for a long-term growth investor like me. As you see, there is also a huge debt burden on the stocks which exceeds the amount of equity by a few factors. Gas utilities and my favorites from the cigarettes industry are much more interesting.


Five of the results have a very high yield of more than 10 percent and seven have a current buy or better recommendation. What do you think about the screening results? Do you own some of the mentioned stocks? Let me know and discuss the pros and cons in the box below.


10/16/2012

An Overview Of The Safest High Yield Large Caps At The Market

Low Beta High-Yield Stocks With A Large Capitalization Researched By “long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. High-Yields (stocks with a dividend yield over 5 percent) are often very risky. Especially stocks with double-digit yields and a low capitalization should be reviewed in a strictly detail.

In order to find some interesting stocks with high yields and low risk, I made a screen of high-yield stocks with a beta ratio below one. The beta ratio is a statistical measure which represents the performance in relation to the market. A ratio of less than one means that the stock is lower correlated with the market. In down markets, the stock falls less than the market. In order to reduce the risks from lower capitalized stocks, I selected only those with a market capitalization above USD 10 billion. Twenty stocks remained of which three have a double-digit yield and eight a current buy or better rating.

9/26/2012

The Biggest Ex-Dividend Stocks On September 27, 2012

The Best And Biggest Ex-Dividend Stocks Researched By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Dividend Investors should have a quiet overview of stocks with upcoming ex-dividend dates. The ex-dividend date is the final date on which the new stock buyer couldn’t receive the next dividend. If you like to receive the dividend, you need to buy the stock before the ex-dividend date. I made a little screen of the best yielding stocks with a higher capitalization that have their ex-dividend date on the next trading day.

A full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks on September 27, 2012. In total, 47 stocks and preferred shares go ex-dividend - of which 19 yield more than 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 4.60%.

Here is the sheet of the best yielding, large capitalized Ex-Dividend stocks:

Company
Ticker
Mcap
P/E
P/B
P/S
Yield
Chimera Investment
CIM
2.89B
5.40
0.86
3.20
12.81%
Annaly Capital Management
NLY
17.06B
102.94
1.05
4.85
11.43%
Liberty Property Trust
LRY
4.33B
35.37
2.06
6.41
5.17%
Realty Income
O
5.45B
44.88
2.20
12.05
4.45%
PG&E
PCG
18.19B
23.56
1.42
1.22
4.27%
Republic Services
RSG
10.12B
15.22
1.32
1.24
3.39%
Dell
DELL
17.31B
5.91
1.78
0.29
3.21%
BankUnited
BKU
2.33B
13.76
1.38
3.40
2.75%
Cardinal Health
CAH
13.30B
12.76
2.15
0.12
2.43%
HCC Insurance Holdings
HCC
3.41B
11.25
1.02
1.38
1.95%
Rent-A-Center
RCII
2.10B
12.03
1.46
0.69
1.80%
Raymond James Financial
RJF
5.09B
17.00
1.61
1.40
1.41%
The Valspar Corporation
VAL
5.21B
-
4.36
1.29
1.39%
American Tower
AMT
27.70B
61.48
8.26
10.34
1.31%
Toro
TTC
2.27B
17.48
6.73
1.14
1.14%
Wolverine World Wide
WWW
2.17B
19.09
3.46
1.55
1.08%
Quest Diagnostics
DGX
10.01B
14.47
2.50
1.31
1.08%

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