Dividends4Life: Five Great Undervalued Dividend Socks

Five Great Undervalued Dividend Socks

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, February 17, 2015 | | 0 comments »

The two things that every investor chases are value and income. Typically, you can hope to find one or the other, but in some cases you are able to uncover both income and value with the same stock. Those are the stocks we are looking to find in this article. Finding income is the easy part. Dividend stocks are easy to find, but we want to look for more than just a hefty quarterly payment. Ideally, we want to find stocks that have decent track records of dividend increases, and we also want to make sure that the economic landscape is favorable for the company's underlying business.

Value is the tricky part of the equation. Unfortunately, we cannot predict the future, so it is nearly impossible to say whether or not a stock's current price represents a good value. While finding value is difficult, it is far from an impossible task, and it all begins by screening price-to-earnings ratios. The following five stocks are each solid divided companies, with great underlying fundamentals that I believe are undervalued at their current price: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Wal-Mart (WMT), Chevron (CVX), Aflac (AFL) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT).

Source: Market Intelligence Center

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