Dividends4Life: Cheap Health Care Dividend Stocks

Cheap Health Care Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, October 15, 2013 | 0 comments »

I love the combination of low debt with low payout ratios. The debt situation is one of the most important issues in corporate finance. It also expresses the ability to grow sales and earnings by enlarging the balance sheet with bank loans. Only a low leveraged corporation has potential to boost sales without taking new investors into the boat that dilute the current earnings per share. Today I would like to start an article series about low leveraged stocks from several sectors with currently small dividend payouts. I believe it’s good to see what companies have the biggest potential to give shareholders huge amounts of money back in the near future and believe me, the tech sector is not the only place to be.

My criteria are a low dividend payout ratio of less than 20 percent as well as a debt-to-equity ratio under 0.5. Only twelve stocks fulfilled these very tight defined criteria. One result is a high-yield, and nine stocks are recommended to buy or better. Most of the results come from the medical appliances and supplies or equipment industry. These are the three cheapest results by forward P/E: Humana (HUM), Chemed (CHE) and Zimmer Holdings (ZMH).

Source: Guru Focus

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