Monday, August 17, 2020

The Highest Quality Mid-Cap Dividend Growth Stocks

Mid-cap stocks are stocks of companies with a market capitalization between $2 billion and $10 billion.

Historically, large-cap stocks tend to be slow-growing and relatively stable, while small-cap stocks often are fast-growing but volatile. The best mid-cap stocks fall somewhere in between: they are less volatile and have strong growth potential.

This article presents the highest quality mid-cap dividend growth stocks tracked by Dividend Radar. I use DVK Quality Snapshots to assess quality, and rank stocks by decreasing quality scores and using tie-breaking metrics. I provide quality indicators, key metrics, and fair value estimates.

The article presents the 30 highest quality mid-cap dividend growth stocks tracked by Dividend Radar. The top 19 stocks are rated Fine with quality scores in the range 19-22. I present details on these stocks and highlight potential investment opportunities. The remaining 11 stocks each have a quality score of 18, rated Decent. I identify them in rank order by ticker, without additional details.

I happen to own two of these mid-cap stocks and they are ranked #1 and #2, coincidentally.

I'm not really looking intensely at adding mid-cap stocks to DivGro, but there are several candidates worth due diligence research, nonetheless.

To see the top-ranked dividend growth stocks by sector, please read this article at Seeking Alpha.

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