Dividends4Life: Undervalued High-Yield Utilities Stocks

Undervalued High-Yield Utilities Stocks

Posted by D4L | Saturday, May 21, 2011 | | 0 comments »

Many investors buy utilities stocks as a value investment because of their high dividends and generally low volatility relative to the market. Here we present an interesting list of high-dividend utilities that are currently undervalued based on the Graham equation. Benjamin Graham, the man who developed the equation for the Graham number, was a former mentor of Warren Buffett and is the so-called “Godfather” of value investing.

List sorted by potential upside implied by the graham equation.

1. Portland General Electric Company (POR)
2. Entergy Corporation (ETR)
3. Central Vermont Public Service Corp. (CV)
4. American Electric Power Co., Inc. (AEP)
5. Pinnacle West Capital Corporation (PNW)
6. Integrys Energy Group, Inc. (TEG)
7. SCANA Corp. (SCG)
8. Consolidated Edison Inc. (ED)

Source: Seeking Alpha

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