Dividends4Life: Dividend Stocks With Really Cheap Price Ratios

Dividends are great, not only because you get cash in your pockets. It’s also a symbol for the ability of a company to share its profits with the shareholders of the company. Dividends are good but they are better when the company is cheaply priced. This month, I started a screen serial of the cheapest stocks from several major sectors. Today, I observe financial stocks with a large market capitalization (over USD10 billion) and a positive dividend yield.

The top 20 results are valuated between 6.9 and 9.6 of expected earnings. Despite the financial recovery and the ongoing crises, nearly all of the results have an expected five year earnings growth close to the 10 percent mark. Two of the results have a high yield and 18 are currently recommended to buy or even better. Here are my favorite stocks: AFLAC (AFL), Prudential Financial (PRU) and Allstate (ALL).

Source: Guru Focus

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