Dividends4Life: The 3 Most Undervalued High-Quality Dividend Stocks

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Stock prices go up and down in a very short period of time. A gain of someone is also a loss for a different person or group. There are times in which investors are greedy and there are times on which they are fearful and sell assets below their fair or intrinsic value. The stock market is giving opportunistic investors an opportunity to load up on these well-known blue-chip stocks at attractive prices. There are three high-quality dividend stocks that have seen their share prices fall 10% or more in the last 12 months and are worth buying right now to take advantage of the discount.

Today I like to show you these top picks which have a bad sentiment but true values to offer. These are my results: Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE:CAT) – Yield: 3.40%, Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) – Yield: 3.23% and International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) – Yield: 2.70%.

Source: Smarter Analyst

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