Dividends4Life: Should You Be Buying Low-Priced Dividend Stocks?

Should You Be Buying Low-Priced Dividend Stocks?

Posted by D4L | Saturday, February 23, 2019 | | 0 comments »

It's quite possible that dividend investors will find themselves looking at low-priced stocks—those below mental thresholds such as $10 or $20 per share—for a few reasons. First, these could be companies that have watched their shares fall below these levels, which could lift their dividend yields to interesting heights. It's also possible that a low-priced dividend stock belongs to an under-the-radar company looking to drum up investor interest with its yield and per-share price tag.

Either way, dividend investors considering low-priced stocks need to make sure they're thinking about a few important things, and in today's video, Ryan McQueeney uses two interesting companies — Steelcase (SCS) and Buckle (BKE) — to illustrate those points.

Source: Zacks

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