Dividends4Life: Cheap Income Stocks Everyone Should Own

Cheap Income Stocks Everyone Should Own

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

nvestors in need of reliable income are finding it increasingly difficult to find income stocks that offer decent dividends at a good price. Yield-chasing by individuals and institutions alike has distorted the price of many dividend-paying and interest-bearing securities in the past two years, and the search for reasonable opportunities seems to get more difficult by the day. I sat down this morning and ran some screens using some of the criteria laid out by Ben Graham in The Intelligent Investor.

Specifically I looked for income stocks that pay a decent dividend yield, trade at a reasonable price-to-book-value and have a solid balance sheet with plenty of cash on hand to pay the bills. I added a criteria of dividend growth potential, as the key component for income investors right now is buying a stream of cash flows that grow along with their needs year by year. I found a handful of stocks that make a lot of sense from an income and value perspective for long-term investors: Corning (GLW) and Comtech Telecommunications (CMTL).

Source: InvestorPlace

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