4 Companies Paying Dividends with Room to Grow

Wall Street’s Best Editor’s Notes: This article is an excerpt from Charles A. Carlson’s DRIP Investor. For almost a quarter of a century, Chuck has been informing and educating investors interested in systematic monthly investing via Dividend Reinvestment Plans. In this article, he the...
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Collectors Universe Inc. (CLCT)

This collectibles company was rated one of America’s Best Small Companies by Forbes last year. The shares have a current dividend yield of 8.93%, paid quarterly. Collectors Universe Inc. (CLCT) Collectors Universe Inc. (CLCT) is a California based third-part collectibles business that specializes in grading and authenticating rare and valuable...
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Analysis: Schlumberger (SLB)

This Top Pick mega-oil company’s shares have been pummeled due to low oil prices, giving the company a low, yet undeserved valuation. Schlumberger (SLB) from Hendershot Investments With revenues approaching $50 billion, Schlumberger (SLB) is the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information to...
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MasterCard Incorporated (MA)

This international payment company continues to grow at a double-digit pace, as credit transactions—and its global reach—rise. MasterCard Incorporated (MA) from Hendershot Investments MasterCard Incorporated (MA) operates the world’s fastest payments processing network, connecting consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and businesses in more than 210 countries territories. In...
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Edison International (EIX)

Edison International is a public utility holding company that is based in Rosemead, California. Analysts at Argus recently upgraded the utility to Buy for its low valuation relative to peers and 2.8%-yielding dividend that is expected to increase in 2014. Edison International (EIX)  from Argus Staff...
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Norfolk Southern (NSC)

Today’s recommendation is a stock from Investment Quality Trend’s “Timely Ten” list of  “ten currently Undervalued stocks [that] offer the greatest real total-return potential over the next five years.” The selections are stocks that are undervalued based on IQT’s historical calculation of high low...
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Simple Advice for a Volatile Summer

If you watched my Stock Market Crash Course video on Friday, you know that we’re in for more volatility this summer. Volatile markets are stressful for many investors, who don’t like seeing their stocks bob up and down indecisively. Not to mention that lack...
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Pfizer, Inc. (PFE)

Today’s recommendation is another chart from value-focused newsletter Investment Quality Trends. The solid black lines on the chart below represent the newsletter’s undervalue and overvalue levels for Pfizer, Inc. (PFE, NYSE). The levels are adjusted when the company raises or lowers its dividend, the...
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An Interview With Kelley Wright

After 2008 and the years of volatility that followed, many investors are still afraid (understandably) to put their hard-saved money in common stocks. But with the returns on bonds in the basement and waves of baby boomers reaching retirement age, many are rapidly that...
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Campbell Soup Company (CPB)

Today’s Daily Alert features two recommendations of the same stock, from The Primary Trend and Investment Quality Trends. “Campbell Soup Company (CPB, $35) reported fourth-quarter (fiscal year-end 7/31) EPS of $0.41, beating Wall Street estimates of $0.38 per share. Revenues came in flat at billion,...
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Meredith Corporation (MDP)

Today's recommendation comes from Investment Quality Trends, a newsletter that recommends stocks based on quantitative and graphical analysis of their historical price and yield. IQT's valuation theory states that: "Individual stock prices fluctuate between repetitive extremes of high dividend yield and low dividend yield. These extremes...
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Harris Corp. (HRS)

Today's recommendation comes from Investment Quality Trends, a newsletter that recommends stocks based on graphical analysis of their historical price and yield. The newsletter’s valuation theory states that: “Individual stock prices fluctuate between repetitive extremes of high dividend yield and low dividend yield. These recurring of...
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Owens and Minor, Inc. (OMI)

IQ Trends recommends stocks based on graphical analysis of their historical price and yield. The newsletter's valuation theory states that: "Individual stock prices fluctuate between repetitive extremes of high dividend yield and low dividend yield. These recurring extremes of yield establish Undervalue and Overvalue levels...
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