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Wednesday, June 30, 2021

5 Discounted Stocks With Safe Dividends

Dividend growth stocks pay higher dividends year after year. I use Dividend Radar as my primary watchlist of such stocks. Updated and published every Friday, Dividend Radar tracks stocks trading on U.S. exchanges with higher dividend payments every year for at least five years.

Simply Safe Dividends provide Dividend Safety ScoresTM that measure dividend risk over a full economic cycle. Investing in companies with Very Safe or Safe dividends would have avoided 98% of all dividend cuts since 2015.

In addition to dividend safety, I look for high-quality but undervalued stocks.

An elegant and effective way to assess the quality of dividend growth stocks is to use DVK Quality Snapshots. The system employs five widely used quality indicators from independent sources and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points.

To estimate fair value, I use a crowdsourcing approach by collecting fair values and price targets from reliable online sources like Morningstar and Using as many as 11 available estimates per stock, I arrive at a reasonable fair value estimate by averaging the mean (average) and median (middle value) of the surveyed estimates.

In this article, I’m presenting five high-quality, discounted dividend growth stocks with safe or very safe dividends. Continue reading this article at

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