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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

7 Best Materials Sector Dividend Stocks

One way to diversify your portfolio is to invest in different sectors. This article series is intended to help investors identify high-quality stocks in each GICS sector.

To assess the quality of dividend growth stocks, I use DVK Quality Snapshots to assign quality scores. The system employs five quality indicators and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points. To rank stocks, I sort them by descending quality scores and using tie-breaking metrics where necessary. 

My watch list for dividend growth stocks is Dividend Radar, a free resource for dividend growth investors. Dividend Radar maintains a list of stocks trading on U.S. Exchanges with a streak of at least five years of higher annual dividend payouts. Dividend Radar is updated and published every Friday and is available for download here

This article presents the seven top-ranked dividend growth stocks in the Materials sector.

The Materials sector contains a wide range of commodity-related manufacturing industries. Companies that manufacture chemicals, construction materials, glass, paper, forest products, and related packaging products,  are included in this sector. The Materials sector is the smallest by capitalization of the 11 sectors in the S&P 500, representing only 2.53% of the index as of May 29, 2020

To see the seven top-ranked dividend growth stocks in the Information Technology sector, read this article at Two stocks are available at favorable valuations, and I highlight one of them as a potential buy for dividend growth investors. 

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