Dividends4Life: These Dividend Stocks Look Incredibly Cheap

These Dividend Stocks Look Incredibly Cheap

Posted by D4L | Saturday, December 19, 2015 | | 0 comments »

When the market appears to be extremely unpredictable, investors tend to push the safety button by going for the big stable companies that offer lucrative dividends. However, most of these stocks are expensive to acquire in terms of valuation and also price per share, which makes it somewhat illogical to buy with a focus on dividends. Nonetheless, the market is not short of opportunities, and this is why some investors are pretty good at selecting high-yielding stocks that are available at cheap prices. Here we look at a quartet of companies that offer lucrative dividends at cheap prices, as well as, huge potential for growth in the coming years/quarters.

Provident Financial Holdings (NASDAQ:PROV) is a community bank based in California. The company serves the Inland Empire region of the West Coast state via four full-service banking offices in Riverside County and an additional full-service banking office in San Bernardino County. Medallion Financial (NASDAQ:TAXI) is an asset-financing company focusing on taxicab medallions and various types of commercial businesses. This stock is currently among the best small cap business stocks in the market. MetLife (NYSE:MET) is the largest life insurance company in the U.S. This company actually has operations in 50 countries globally offering a variety of financial services in addition to its primary life insurance business.

Source: Guru Focus

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