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Bang-for-Your-Buck Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Monday, April 08, 2013 | | 0 comments »

Daryl Jones, director of research at Hedgeye Risk Management, said fundamental themes support continued dividend payments. U.S. corporations have more financial flexibility than they have had in years. Cash is near its highest level and debt is near its lowest in more than a decade, companies have been effective at cuttings costs and headcount coming out of the great recession, and finally, interest rates are at all-time lows, which frees up more cash to pay higher dividends.

Through the analysis of big data, Jones identified a few low-risk dividends. Blue chip consumer goods company Proctor and Gamble pays a yield of three percent. Jones says it has a predictable history of raising its dividend and a decent history of cash flow growth. Darden Restaurants is another one of his favorites. It has a dividend yield close to four percent. Jones said the dividend could increase over time due to some cost-reduction opportunities.

Source: Yahoo Finance

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