Beaten-Down Dividend Stocks For 2014

Posted by D4L | Saturday, January 11, 2014 | | 0 comments »

2013 was the year of dividend destruction. That may sound like an odd statement given that 2013 was a record year in terms of dollars paid out in dividends. The number of companies raising their dividend hit the highest levels in over 20 years, and dividend cuts were almost unheard of. And given that the dividend payout ratios of American stocks are scraping along at a historically low 32%, 2014 will almost certainly see income investors rewarded with more cash than ever.

Today’s we’re going to take a look at some of my favorite dividend stocks that are trading at beaten-down prices—prices that I do not expect us to see again for a very long time, if ever: Kinder Morgan (KMI), which is down about 13% from its May highs. American Capital Realty Properties (ARCP) [ Sizemore Capital is long American Capital Realty Properties], which is down nearly 30% from its May highs. Telefonica [Sizemore Capital is long Telefonica], which is down about 11% from its October highs. Annaly Capital Management (NLY), which is down by about 40% from its May highs.

Source: Forbes

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