Friday, February 17, 2017

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For February 2017

I rank a selection of the CCC dividend growth stocks and present the top 10 ranked stocks as candidates for further research.

For February's selection, I start with the top dividend growth stocks held by DGI bloggers and rank those that also appear on the CCC list.

Only one stock earns a 7-star rating this month, while the other nine are all rated 6-stars. I consider stocks rated 5-stars or better worthy of further analysis.

One of the best resources for dividend growth investors is the CCC list, a list of stocks with at least five consecutive years of higher dividend payments.

Maintained by David Fish, the CCC list contains more than 750 dividend growth stocks trading on U.S. exchanges. He updates the list every month and usually writes a Seeking Alpha article announcing the update, such as this one for February.

My monthly 10 Dividend Growth Stocks series identifies 10 CCC stocks worthy of further research. To create the list, I select stocks from the CCC list, rank them, and assign a 7-star rating to each stock. It would be too demanding to rank all the CCC stocks, so I use different screens every month to trim the CCC list to a smaller number of stocks.

To see the top 10 ranked stocks for February, please read this article at Seeking Alpha.

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.



4 comments :

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  2. Andrea Chiu -- please stop spamming my blog!

    I will continue to delete your comments, so you might as well stop.

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  3. I start my research with the CCC list also! I take the dividend growers that have increased their dividend for 15+ years, and then start looking at metrics (http://www.myjourneytomillions.com/articles/february-2017-screening-undervalued-dividend-growth-stocks/) .

    I took a look at the SA article, where do you get the top 10 from?

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    1. Hi Evan -- I have a method of ranking and rating stocks. Every month, I select a subset of the CCC stocks and run my ranking/rating system. The 10 stocks ranked highest are my top 10.

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