Dividends4Life: 7 High-Yield Dividend Value Stocks to Buy

7 High-Yield Dividend Value Stocks to Buy

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, June 16, 2020 | | 0 comments »

While near-term fluctuations in the stock market can be unpredictable, dividends are one of the few reliable sources of market returns. Stocks with high dividend yields can serve as a great foundation for a long-term investment portfolio. One of the best places to start when identifying the best value stocks to buy is to look for companies with a track record of consistently boosting dividends over time. Here's a list of seven stocks to buy with solid dividend yields, attractive price-to-earnings ratios and strong dividend growth rates.

Comerica (CMA) is a bank based in Michigan with more than 90% of its loans derived from commercial lending. AbbVie (ABBV) is a biopharmaceutical company that offers drugs to patients worldwide. Its largest revenue generators include the anti-inflammatory treatment Humira, but the company's recent mega-buyout of Allergan for more than $60 billion ensures AbbVie has plenty of other potential products in the pipeline. Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG) is one of the four largest advertising companies in the world. Shares softened up in early 2020 after the pandemic-inspired market sell-off, but this dividend payer is increasingly looking like a good value investment. KeyCorp (KEY) has seen its dividends surge from 29 cents in 2015 to what will be 74 cents total by the end of 2020, even without another increase this year. Despite the current capital market volatility, there's still a lot to like about Morgan Stanley (MS). MS management has a track record of taking a conservative approach to expenses and guidance, and a long-term view on the business that helps see the investment bank through trouble spots. Tennessee-based Eastman (EMM) is a specialty additives and materials company -- meaning it offers a host of custom chemicals used across the industrial sector. Oil refiner Valero Energy (VLO) is a remarkably stable investment in the energy sector right now, even as crude oil prices plummet in 2020.

Source: Yahoo Finance

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