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Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Articles featuring American States Water (AWR):

The Most Undervalued And Overvalued Dividend Champions - January 2019

In June of 2015, I started a series of articles in which I highlighted the stocks from the Dividend Champions list that have the highest and the lowest Percent Above Average Yield (PAAY) over the past year and over the past five years. PAAY is a measure of how much a stock is above (high PAAY, undervalued?) or below (low PAAY, overvalued?) its usual yield and can be an indication that the stock is mispriced. I had to abandon this series of articles in June of 2017 because the program I used to... Read more

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For October 2018

The CCC list is a wonderful resource for Dividend Growth Investors. Created by the late Dave Fish and now maintained by Justin Law, the CCC list contains nearly 900 stocks trading on U.S. exchanges with the distinction of having paid higher dividends for at least 5 consecutive years. With my monthly 10 Dividend Growth Stocks series, I rank a subset of stocks from the CCC list and present the 10 top-ranked stocks for further research. Last month I ranked 240 stocks, significantly more... Read more

PII Dividend Growth Portfolio - 66 Holdings

Editor's note: Seeking Alpha is proud to welcome Passive Income Investor as a new contributor. It's easy to become a Seeking Alpha contributor and earn money for your best investment ideas. Active contributors also get free access to the SA PRO archive. Click here to find out more » This is my very first post on Seeking Alpha. I have been following articles on Seeking Alpha for last 9 years and over the past 9 years I have slowly amassed a portfolio of over $550K and would... Read more

Hey You, Dividend Investor, Are You Doing It Wrong?

Investment Thesis Investing for Immediate income outperforms more conservative established investment within a 35 to 38-year time frame - longer than most find themselves actively investing or retired. I recast my projects and fine-tuned the process due to concerns about the previously included ETF. A Simple Definition Due to previous confusion, whenever I write concerning immediate income investing, I feel it is necessary to define what I'm speaking of when doing so. I define immediate... Read more

24 Upcoming Dividend Increases Including 2 Kings

Introduction The information presented below was created based on combining the "U.S. Dividend Champion" spreadsheet hosted here, with upcoming dividend information from the NASDAQ. This meshes metrics about companies with dividend growth history with upcoming dividend payments (and whether those payments are increasing). These companies all have a minimum 5-year dividend growth history. This list is a trimmed down version only covering increases. A full upcoming dividend calendar... Read more

Top Water Utility Stocks For Dividend Growth And Income

Photo by Steve Johnson from Pexels Clean water is one of the essential elements needed for a prosperous community. A city or town simply can't operate very well without it. This makes water utilities (like their electric and natural gas utility brethren) some of the steadier growers in the market. This stable and steady growth is an attractive trait for income investors, and the companies in the sector have rewarded those investors with some of the longer dividend growth... Read more

17 Upcoming Dividend Increases

Introduction The information presented below was created based on combining the "U.S. Dividend Champion" spreadsheet compiled by David Fish hosted here with upcoming dividend information from the NASDAQ. This meshes metrics about companies with dividend growth history with upcoming dividend payments (and whether those payments are increasing). These companies all have a minimum 5-year dividend growth history. The "ex-dividend" date is the day you are no longer entitled... Read more

From 62 To 5: Dividend Growth Utilities To Consider

Utility companies typically have a high dividend yield and make good dividend growth candidates because they operate in a regulatory environment which limits competition and keeps earnings relatively predictable. In this article, we'll go over all of the utilities in the US Dividend Champions list and apply a dividend growth screen to try and find high-quality companies for further consideration. I used the following requirements: Dividend Metrics: Used the April 30, 2018 version... Read more

Dividend Investing: Results May Vary

There are dozens of different strategies and styles of investing to choose from out there. Amongst them, dividend investing is easily one of the most popular for do-it-yourselfers. Cash dividends are one of the oldest ways that companies share proceeds with their shareholders. One of the first known companies to do this was the Dutch East India Company which started paying a regular dividend in 1602. Since then, investors have cherished dividends for a variety of reasons. This isn't a... Read more

American States Water: A Dividend King With A Strong Moat

By the Sure Dividend staff The list of the Dividend Kings consists of the companies that have managed to increase their dividends annually for at least 50 years in a row. You can see the full list of all 25 Dividend Kings here. Naturally many of the companies on the list are huge corporations, as a company must have a long and successful operating history to land on that list. There are, however, also some smaller companies on that list, many of them being relatively unknown. One of... Read more

All About Dividend Investing

This back-to-basics book argues that dividend-paying stocks, not growth stocks, form the best foundation for any portfolio. Used strategically, dividends are your best bet for safe, profitable investing. Why? Three simple facts: Dividends are low risk. Dividends work in bull markets. Dividends work in bear markets. Whether you're a veteran investor or a beginner, "All About Dividend Investing, Second Edition", provides the facts you need about: Tax advantages of dividend-paying stocks; Dividend ratios and other key stock information; Dividend portfolio design; Managing risk and protecting gains; Dividend-based mutual funds and ETFs; and, Current historical analyses of market cycles.
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