Dividends4Life: These dividend stocks are down a lot, but there’s plenty of cash flow to raise payouts

The S&P 500 index is up 9% so far in 2017, but there are losers in any market. And that’s where you might find long-term bargains, along with the expected batch of companies facing painful secular declines. Two groups of companies that are particularly out of favor are brick-and-mortar retailers and real estate investment trusts that own malls or shopping centers. Some of these plays still have attractive dividend yields and plenty of free cash flow to support higher payouts. Here are some possible bargains for income-seeking investors willing to consider contrarian plays...

It’s obvious that many of these companies are out of favor, as they face major challenges to their business models. But that doesn’t mean none will survive or even thrive over the long term: Macy’s Inc. (M), Kimco Realty Corp. (KIM), Kohl’s Corp. (KSS), Oneok Inc. (OKE), Macerich Co. (MAC), Target Corp. (TGT), L Brands Inc. (LB), Simon Property Group Inc. (SPG), Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), People’s United Financial Corp. (PBCT), Western Union Co. (WU), Regency Centers Corp. (REG).

Source: MarketWatch

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