Dividends4Life: High-Yielding Large-Cap Stocks With Cheap Fundamentals

Dividend stocks with lovely looking fundamentals and cheap price ratios can promise you a good return, but they are also very rare. The higher the efforts of your screen are, the lower the number of results you get. Today I would like to update my monthly screen about the cheapest dividend-paying stocks on the capital market. I use six very strong criteria and only around a dozen companies remain each month.

Thirteen companies fulfilled the criteria, and nine of them have a current buy or better rating. One stock has a high yield on a 12 trailing-month basis (5 percent dividend yield). To buy cheap stocks is no guarantee for a return, but you get value for what you pay. And the possibility to overpay a stock is also low as the business model is somehow stable. Here are the four best yielding results: BP PLC (BP), Newmont Mining (NEM), Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold (FCX) and POSCO (PKX).

Source: Guru Focus

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