Dividends4Life: Cheap High Beta Industrial Dividend Stocks

Cheap High Beta Industrial Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Saturday, August 24, 2013 | | 0 comments »

I love to look for cheap stocks, but bargains in the market are really hard to find, especially because of the hundreds of thousands of metrics you can use to identify an undervalued stock. A major criterion which is often used by many investors is the price to earnings ratio. It tells you how many years you need to get your investment back in corporate earnings. The lower the ratio, the cheaper your investment is. A P/E of 10 also means that the earnings yield is at 10 percent.

This month, I’ve created an article serial about high beta stocks. Those stocks are more closely correlated than the overall market and tend to outperform the broad S&P 500 in bullish times. They also tend to lose performance when the markets are going down. Today I would like to screen high beta dividend stocks from the industrial sector with a cheap forward P/E ratio. Only 15 stocks from the sector fulfilled these criteria and 11 of them are currently recommended to buy. Here are the highest yielding results: ABB (ABB), General Electric (GE), Caterpillar (CAT)

Source: Guru Focus

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