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8 Bargain Dividend Stocks in a Pricey Market

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, August 22, 2017 | | 0 comments »

Value-oriented investors have faced slim pickings in the U.S. stock market for some time. After more than eight years of gains, few truly cheap stocks remain, at least as measured by price-earnings ratios and other classic yardsticks. That’s true for many other investors, too, including those who seek attractive dividend yields. So we set out to find companies that meet the YARP test—that is, they deliver “yield at a reasonable price.”

Chubb (CB) may not be as well known as Berkshire’s Geico unit, but it has a sterling reputation on Wall Street. Sales are picking up at industrial powerhouse Cummins (CMI). As the nation’s largest home-improvement retailer, Home Depot (HD) has been a huge beneficiary of the recovery in housing since the financial crisis. Intel (INTC) raised its earnings estimate for the full year. As a company and a stock, Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) spent much of the 10-year period that ended in 2012 in the doghouse. Lockheed Martin (LMT) stands to benefit over the long term from the breadth of its operations. When Satya Nadella became CEO in 2014, he promised to accelerate Microsoft’s (MSFT) transition from a PC-centered world to the era of mobile communications and the cloud. Sempra (SRE) is a play on long-term worldwide demand for cleaner fuels, particularly natural gas.

Source: Kiplinger

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