Dividends4Life: 5 Dividend Value Stocks I Want To Buy Cheaper

5 Dividend Value Stocks I Want To Buy Cheaper

Posted by D4L | Friday, February 05, 2016 | | 0 comments »

Dividend value has been a winning strategy for many long-term investors, as it provides the potential for both income and capital appreciation. But special opportunities can present themselves when dividend value stocks fall further without any new negative developments. Here, I offer a list of dividend value stocks I'm watching and may buy if the shares slide to even more attractive levels.

At the top of my list for opportunistic dividend plays is New Residential Investment Corp. (NYSE:NRZ). While often lumped with the broader mREIT industry, New Residential has a fundamentally different risk profile. Despite a year of strong sales and profits, major automakers have been under pressure in 2015. For dividend value investors, this has presented an opportunity in the shares of General Motors (NYSE:GM) and Ford (NYSE:F). Although there have been problems with other state-owned enterprises, majority state-owned Banco do Brasil (OTCPK:BDORY) currently yields 11.2% and trades at only 4.8x est. 2016 EPS and 4.2x est. 2017 EPS. Investors looking to avoid the government ownership risk have their own value play in Banco Bradesco (NYSE:BBD), which yields 3.2% and trades at 7.2x est. 2016 EPS and 6.6x est. 2017 EPS.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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