Thursday, December 24, 2020

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For December 2020

In my monthly series of 10 Dividend Growth Stocks, I rank a selection of dividend growth stocks in Dividend Radar and present the 10 top-ranked stocks for consideration. 

To rank stocks, I use DVK Quality Snapshots to get quality scores and sort them in descending order, breaking ties with additional metrics.

This month, I screened for high-quality stocks whose current dividend yields are higher than their 5-year average dividend yields and are trading below my own fair value estimates. 

The latest Dividend Radar (dated December 18, 2020) contains 748 stocks. Of these, 49 have quality scores of 19 or higher (high-quality stocks) and have yields that top the 5-year average yields. I ranked these stocks and present the 10 top-ranked stocks for consideration. 

To see December's top-ranked dividend growth stocks, please read this article at Seeking Alpha. As usual, I provide fair value estimates and key metrics for each of the top-ranked stocks. 

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3 comments :

  1. Merry christmas, Ferdi. Want to say thanks for all the great content you´re providing throughout the year.

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    1. Merry Christmas to you, too! Thanks for commenting and all the best with your investment journey!

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  2. In your Seeking Alpha article PNW ist one of your buy candidates. What do you think about the long term opportunities with coal and atomic power plants in US?
    I am from Germany - here the owner of atomic power plants have to knock down them and coal power plants are only backup solutions. Focus is in green energy. Ist ist worth to Invest into PNW? What ist your opinion?
    FYI - I am investing in US stocks since 3 years now.
    Greatings Sven

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