Dividends4Life: High-Quality Undervalued Dividend Payers

High-Quality Undervalued Dividend Payers

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, June 26, 2013 | | 0 comments »

Stocks have finally taken a bit of a breather during the last few weeks after an impressive runup in the first part of the year. The broad-based Morningstar US Market Index fell 1.1% during the last week and is up only 1.0% during the last month. The market seems to be having jitters over stretched valuations in some sectors and the possibility that the Fed is going to taper its quantitative easing program sooner than expected. The mild sell-off hasn't created a ton of new opportunities, but some high-quality dividend payers are starting to look attractive.

We used Morningstar's Premium Stock Screener to find some of these newly cheap, high-quality dividend payers. We looked for firms with a trailing return of less than zero during the last month, that have narrow or wide moats, that are trading far enough below their fair value estimates have Morningstar Ratings for stocks of 4 or 5 stars, and that have a dividend yield higher than 3%. Run the screen for yourself here. Below are three names that passed: Clorox (CLX), PPL (PPL) and Vornado Realty Trust (VNO).

Source: Morningstar

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