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Friday, March 25, 2016

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For March 2016

Includes: HFC • IBM • LAZ • MGA • PII • PRU • TROW • VFC • VIAB • VLO


  • Every month, I rank a selection of the CCC dividend growth stocks to identify top candidates worthy of further analysis. 
  • Using several screens, I trim the CCC list of more than 750 stocks to a more manageable number of candidates.
  • I rank the remaining stocks based on a multi-stage dividend discount model and fundamental analysis.
  • This article reveals the top 10 ranked stocks for March. Each stock is assigned a 7-star rating, with only the best stocks earning 7 stars.

To see the top 10 ranked stocks for March, please read this article at Seeking Alpha. Comparing the top 10 stocks to last month's list, I see 6 newcomers in the top 10. Perhaps these stocks are worth looking at? This month, the top 10 includes 2 DivGro holdings.

Please feel free to leave comments on this article either at Seeking Alpha or here, on my blog. I'll do my best to respond to each comment as quickly as possible.


  1. Thanks for the list! IBM has been showing up on screens for a long time. I do think they will turn things around with all of the purchases they have been making. I'm thinking of re-balancing my Motif portfolio and increasing my position in IBM. The dividend is nice while we wait.

    1. Hi AAI -- thanks for visiting and commenting. You're right, IBM continues to show up on screens. The biggest concern I get from readers about IBM is their level of debt. Other than that, I feel IBM has lots going for it, including the tremendous number of patents filed every year. I agree with you -- eventually IBM will turn things around and sticking with the company would become worth it!

      Take care


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