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Sunday, July 18, 2021

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For July 2021

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 determine quality scores and sort those in descending order, breaking ties with additional metrics.

This month,
 I screened for stocks in Dividend Radar with quality scores above 18 and offering a 5-year Yield on Cost (YoC) of at least 4.0%.

The latest Dividend Radar (dated July 16, 2021) contains 762 stocks, only 33 stocks of which pass this month's screens. 

I ranked these candidates and present the ten top-ranked stocks for your consideration. Half of the stocks are discounted, while three additional stocks are trading at small premiums to my fair value estimates. 

Please read this article at Seeking Alpha to see the ten top-ranked dividend growth stocks for July 2021. As usual, I provide fair value estimates and key metrics for each of these stocks. 

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  1. Hi,
    I'm not able to read this article in seeking Alpha as its a paid subscription now. Can you please post what the 10 stocks are in this header.

    1. Hi Ananda -- sorry, but I can't do that. Seeking Alpha pays me for exclusive articles, and it would also be unfair to those that are paid subscribers if I do so.


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