John Buckingham leads a team that scours the equity markets in search of undervalued stocks for money management clients and newsletter subscribers. He is equally resolute in his management of Al Frank’s proprietary mutual funds. Mr. Buckingham has been a part of Al Frank Asset Management since 1987 and is the company’s largest shareholder. He has served as the firm’s Director of Research since 1989 and Chief Portfolio Manager since 1990. Mr. Buckingham graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California in 1987 with a B.S. degree in computer science and a minor in business administration. His opinion is widely sought: he has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, is frequently interviewed by publications and conducts workshops at investment seminars.
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Shares fell after an earnings disappointment, making this turnaround company even more undervalued. The shares have a current dividend yield of 4.85%, paid quarterly.
This banking stock was also recently recommended by Zacks, who cited the company’s 18.9% dividend growth in the last year, it’s average annual increase of 10.88% in dividends over the last four years, and analysts’ estimates of a 9.45% increase in EPS this year.
This financial company beat analysts’ EPS estimates by $0.10 last quarter, and in the last 30 days, 12 analysts have increased their earnings forecasts for the company.