Dividends4Life: 4 Most Hated Dividend Stocks You Should Know Before You Invest

Shorting stocks is always risky for investors. But it can be a way to avoid burning cash when a company's shares crash, making it worth the bet. Well, it's not the classic way for dividend growth investors. I've looked at my dividend growth database and noticed that most of the stocks have a low short interest and float short. Today, I like to give you an overview what kind of stocks have the highest share of short sellers in their shareholder structure.

These are the 4 dividend stocks with the highest short interest and a float short of 40 percent or more: Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE:CLF) works within the Industrial Metals & Minerals industry, a part of the Basic Materials sector, and has a market capitalization of $1.03 billion. RCS Capital (NYSE:RCAP) works within the Investment Brokerage - National industry, a part of the Financial sector, and has a market capitalization of $727.05 million. GameStop (NYSE:GME) works within the Electronics Stores industry, a part of the Services sector, and has a market capitalization of $4.05 billion. CARBO Ceramics (NYSE:CRR) works within the Oil & Gas Equipment & Services industry, a part of the Basic Materials sector, and has a market capitalization of $892.93 million.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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