Dividends4Life: 3 Undervalued Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

3 Undervalued Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

Posted by D4L | Friday, January 16, 2015 | | 0 comments »

Throughout the holiday season, many merchants offer a free gift with your purchase. After all, giving the perfect gift to that special someone is even sweeter if you take home an extra bonus for yourself! Dividend stocks are a little like that for value investors, particularly if you’re looking for income and you are at or nearing retirement. But therein lies the challenge: many of the most reliable dividend stocks are in mature industries like utilities — and for the past couple of years, investors have gobbled up these dull darlings to protect their portfolios from economic uncertainty and driven valuations for the sector higher.

So where can investors turn with overvalued dividend stocks like these at risks of a crash in 2015 should things go south? In the interest of having our fruitcake and eating it too, we ferreted out three stocks with sub-1 PEGs and dividend yields of at least 3%. General Motors (GM) - GM rocked its U.S. sales last month with nearly 226,000 vehicles — 7% higher than the same month a year ago and GM’s best November sales since 2007. American Railcar Industries (ARII) - At first glance, a 150-year-old manufacturer of freight railcars looks like a particularly stodgy stock – but freight railroads’ volume growth in transport of shale oil and related products is driving the need for new railcars. Daktronics (DAKT) is best known for high-profile sports projects – including the installation this summer of two massive, state-of-the art end-zone displays in FirstEnergy Stadium – the home of the NFL’s Cleveland Browns.

Source: InvestorPlace

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