Dividends4Life: Are these undervalued, cash-rich dividend stocks a bargain?

Dividend stocks aren't usually exciting investments. Income investors flock to them because of their stability and potential to build long-term wealth. One way dividend stocks accomplish the latter is by increasing their payouts, which they can do instead of investing their profits in acquisitions, capital expenditures, and stock buybacks, among other options.

The LFCF/EV ratio shows investors the money a company has to grow its business and pay dividends. A ratio in excess of 10% is sometimes seen as a potential indicator of undervaluation. We were left with three stocks on our list. Do you think these stocks will increase their dividends in the near future? Use this list as a starting point for your own analysis: Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO), Janus Capital Group, Inc. (JNS) and MCG Capital (MCGC).

Source: NASDAQ

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