Dividends4Life: Cheapest Top Performing Dividend Stocks from the Consumer Goods Sector

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Consumer dividend stocks are my favorite investments when I think about how to make money on the stock market. I prefer those stocks because of the low cyclicality they have. Most of these companies generate stable cash flows and pay good dividends as well as buy their own shares back. Last but not least: They still have possibilities to grow in a developed market. Today I close my monthly screening serial of the best performing dividend stocks from several sectors with the consumer goods sector.

The 20 best performing dividend stocks from the consumer sector with a market capitalization over USD200 million gained from 44.89 percent to 112.16 percent this year. The best performing non-dividend paying stock is more an industrial stock than a consumer company. It’s the electric vehicle producer Tesla. The company’s stock price quadrupled since the start of the year. The top dividend payer is the multi-marketing level company Nu Skin Enterprises. Despite the strong stock price increase, 16 of the top 20 performing sector dividend stocks still have a buy or better rating. Here are the cheapest results in terms of forward P/E: Sanderson Farms (SAFM), Herbalife (HLF), Icahn Enterprises (IEP) and Delphi Automotive (DLPH).

Source: Guru Focus

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