Dividends4Life: Buy These Undervalued Dividend Stocks

Buy These Undervalued Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, March 18, 2015 | | 0 comments »

Unfortunately, a lot of the big dividend stocks have seen their valuations rise to unacceptable levels as well. This week we are going to look for solid dividend stocks that still have a low valuation, and offer great upside potential from their current levels. We want to make sure that the stocks are valued attractively versus their peers and have strong enough future earnings growth forecasts to warrant upside potential for the stock.

Each of the following stocks meets our criteria, and are solid dividend stocks you can get into cheaply right now: Dow Chemical (DOW) has a hefty 3.4% dividend yield and the an attractive valuation with a P/E ratio of just 17.1. Kohl's (KSS) is one of these retailers, and analysts expect to see the retailer grow earnings by 9% next year. Dover Corp. (DOV) has one of the longest streaks of dividend increases, with the company raising its quarterly distribution each of the last 59 years. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is a leader, not only in the pharmaceutical industry, but also in the consumer goods healthcare sector as well.Food maker, Campbell Soup (CPB), has not been raising its dividend lately.

Source: Market Intelligence Center

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