Dividends4Life: 2 Value-Priced European Dividend Stocks

2 Value-Priced European Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, February 19, 2014 | | 1 comments »

Europe is still troublesome for many investors as the region grapples with the possibility of of deflation, slow economic growth, and debt concerns in peripheral nations. But from all this fear, some good values have become available. To find these two, I have focused on companies that pay a dividend, have a global reach, and trade at an attractive valuation.

Aegon (NYSE: AEG) is a Dutch insurance company that looks pretty attractive right now. Trading below tangible book value and with a forward price-to-earnings ratio of less than 9, Aegon NV looks priced as a distressed company tied to entirely to Europe's economy. Not all automakers are equally good investments. For a large-scale approach to auto manufacturing, Volkswagen (NASDAQOTH: VLKAY) is tough to beat. Major acquisitions have seen Volkswagen become far more than just the Volkswagen brand. Today, the company owns not only the large-volume Volkswagen brand but also the luxury brands Porsche, Audi, and Bentley.

Source: Motley Fool

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  1. Anonymous // February 21, 2014 at 1:09 PM

    when you look at foreign stocks, you need to account for the foreign tax taken out of your dividend prior to it's reinvestment. Yes, you can deduct it fro income tax, but that is not the same as reinvesting the entire dividend for years.

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