Tuesday, August 4, 2020

The Top-Ranked Dividend Growth Stocks In The Utilities Sector

Welcome to another article in my new series ranking dividend growth stocks in each of the GICS sectors! This article takes a look at the Utilities Sector. 

To rank dividend growth stocks, I sort them by decreasing quality scores as determined by DVK Quality Snapshots. Then I provide quality indicators, key metrics, and fair value estimates for the top-10 ranked dividend growth stocks in the Utilities sector.

As a bonus, I include tickers of lower-ranked dividend growth stocks in the Utilities sector (stocks ranked 11-30).

We live in interesting times and dividend growth investors will continue to face challenges. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy plays out, companies will need to adjust to a new "normal". I think that may include slower dividend growth and lower yields, unfortunately.

My approach will continue to favor investing in the highest-quality dividend growth stocks. I identify such stocks using DVK Quality Snapshots. I rank stocks by quality score and consider fair value estimates when looking at candidates for investment.

To improve the diversification of my investment portfolio, I often do a comparative analysis of stocks in the same GICS sector. Previously, I wrote articles that covered the IndustrialsConsumer Staples, Health Care sectors.

This article looks at Utilities sector stocks and I hope readers find the material useful and a good starting point for stock selection and further research.

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

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