Dividends4Life: Undervalued Dividend Stocks

Undervalued Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, February 01, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Dividends are key to market-beating performance, especially during these times, says John Buckingham of The Prudent Speculator. Here, he describes his methodology for identifying stocks with high returns and low volatility. One of the interesting things that we point out in this paper, called “The Value of Dividends,” is that dividend-paying stocks have historically been higher return generators—higher total return generators—and they have done so with less volatility.

A couple of the names in the report that are still very attractive in our mind are Freeport McMoRan (FCX). The stock has performed pretty nicely thus far in 2012, but it was an absolute dog in 2011, and the price of copper is very important to the share price here. For those who are interested in getting a little more speculative, a name that has not performed that well yet since the report was published is Credit Suisse (CS).

Source: Forbes

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