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Tuesday, August 3, 2021

7 Dividend Growth Stocks For August 2021

Last month I started a new series that will rank selections of Dividend Radar stocks and present the seven top-ranked stocks for consideration. Dividend Radar tracks stocks trading on U.S. exchanges with dividend increase streaks of at least five years.

Each month, I’ll consider different screens to narrow down the more than 750 Dividend Radar stocks. Screens will focus on various aspects of dividend growth investing, such as dividend yield, dividend growth rate, and stock valuation.

To rank stocks, I’ll use DVK Quality Snapshots to determine quality scores and tie-breaking metrics when necessary. DVK Quality Snapshots employs five widely used quality indicators from independent sources and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points.

This month, I screened for stocks of companies that have delivered exceptional earnings growth over the last ten years. Additionally, I screened for stocks trading at reasonable valuations and required a 5-year yield on cost (YoC) of at least 3%.

To see this month's seven top-ranked stocks, please read this article at

Please note that I'll continue to publish my monthly series 10 Dividend Growth Stocks on Seeking Alpha. I'll use different screens for each of these article series, so they won't cover the same stocks. 

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