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Ramblin Wreck
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Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
I try to look for these to add to my portfolio and created a spreadsheet to track them. My portfolio includes -

XOM - 60% of high, 7.4% dividend
BP - 56% of high, 10.6% dividend
ETRN - 44% of high, 6.5% dividend
WFC - 51% high, 7.3% dividend

Anybody know of others?


lostinbr
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
ET - 54% of high, 15.1% distribution

I think you’re going to find a trend in that most of the stocks fitting your criteria will be in the oil & gas industry. The trick is figuring out how safe those dividends are.

ETA: I own ET, up about 30% and think I’m going to hold for the yield for the time being, unless it jumps back to pre-COVID levels. Same with EPD.
This post was edited on 6/18 at 12:18 pm


Ramblin Wreck
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
Thanks - 3 out of the 4 I listed are energy stocks. Wells Fargo being the exception. ET looks very tempting based on the dividend. Time to do some research.


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amusedmuse
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
TRTX
XRX
NYMT
RMCF
WMC


Grits N Shrimp
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
I like EPD and WPC a little better if you need yield.


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Ramblin Wreck
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
I did a double take on WMC when I entered it on my spreadsheet and then realized they suspended their dividend in 2019. The 43% dividend looked too good to be true.....and then of course it actually was. LOL


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wutangfinancial
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
I'd stay away from financials but the high yields with commodity exposure are really tempting.


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NorthEnd
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
NLY


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boosiebadazz
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
Not sure of the % off high, but I own HCFT and they just declared the same dividend they had before pandemic. Last earnings call they said 90% of their properties (they’re a REIT) didn’t miss a mortgage payment. Not sure how long that holds though


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tenderfoot tigah
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
Why is Wells Fargo still so low?


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Grits N Shrimp
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
No one thinks they’re maintaining that dividend. They could but it’s priced as if it’s being cut


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AlwaysPutsSeatDown
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
I found 256...here are the 20 largest by market cap. Back testing found stocks matching these criteria earned 4.50% a year..


Ticker Name Start End Pct MktCap Yield PriceH
1
T AT&T Inc 29.99 30.78 2.63 217,319.08 6.82 39.70
2
XOM Exxon Mobil Corp 45.35 48.00 5.84 199,444.70 7.38 77.93
3
CVX Chevron Corp 89.09 93.83 5.32 172,490.19 5.59 127.00
4
CHL China Mobile Ltd 34.45 35.00 1.60 143,041.74 5.97 46.03
5
ABBV AbbVie Inc 91.27 96.85 6.11 136,533.37 5.10 99.35
6
BHP BHP Group Ltd 48.25 49.87 3.36 126,443.68 5.72 59.02
7
PM Philip Morris International Inc 69.70 74.90 7.46 109,651.40 6.65 90.17
8
IBM International Business Machines Corp 119.19 125.83 5.57 108,242.92 5.35 158.75
9
TOT TOTAL SA 38.43 40.62 5.70 101,871.96 7.50 56.91
10
RIO Rio Tinto Group 55.59 57.71 3.81 93,215.21 7.70 64.02
11
BTI British American Tobacco PLC 37.54 39.84 6.13 87,442.51 6.90 45.64
12
TD Toronto-Dominion Bank (The) 44.74 46.20 3.26 82,776.06 5.05 59.55
13
MO Altria Group Inc 38.48 41.18 7.02 72,717.94 8.59 52.45
14
ENB Enbridge Inc 30.23 32.11 6.22 62,795.25 7.67 43.15
15
SNP China Petroleum & Chemical Corp Sinopec 43.35 44.32 2.24 53,404.51 9.97 69.63
16
BNS The Bank of Nova Scotia 41.82 43.45 3.90 52,112.49 6.14 58.22
17
CEO Cnooc Ltd 111.64 116.42 4.28 51,255.33 8.72 181.13
18
EQNR Equinor ASA 14.52 15.15 4.34 49,729.07 7.03 21.04
19
VOD Vodafone Group PLC 15.53 16.41 5.67 42,728.37 6.16 21.72
20
EPD Enterprise Products Partners LP 18.51 19.81 7.02 41,552.06 9.36 30.86

Annualized Max Risk Statistics (MONTHLY Period)
Return Return Drawdown Sharpe Sortino StdDev CorrelBench R-Squared Beta Alpha
Screen 4.50% -52.81% 0.28 0.33 16.49% 0.82
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CaptainJ47
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
How did you get T in this? The poster said 60% of 52 week high which is $39.70. Currently the stock is at $30.35 or 76% of the high. I suspect the individual was looking for things that had been beaten down a bit more. Not sure if I am missing something.


wutangfinancial
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
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Why is Wells Fargo still so low?



It's all of the banks both multinational and regionals. Go check out KRE.


JDPndahizzy
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
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Go check out KRE.

I bought XLF back in April and it's doing decent. Looked at the Top 10 holdings of each and they're pretty different. Which would you recommend, XLF or KRE?


wutangfinancial
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
Definitely not the regionals. I don't like Banks in this new rate environment. It's really good for deals but rates should keep trending down over the next several years and that doesn't bode well for the lending environment. Go look at a monthly chart of a Japanese or European banking index.

If you want exposure to that sector you'd be better off in the asset manager space IMO because passive flows will continue to increase at a rapid rate. But don't really take my opinion too seriously, valuing banks is something I've never done.


JDPndahizzy
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
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wutangfinancial


Thanks!


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Ramblin Wreck
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
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How did you get T in this? The poster said 60% of 52 week high which is $39.70. Currently the stock is at $30.35 or 76% of the high. I suspect the individual was looking for things that had been beaten down a bit more. Not sure if I am missing something.


Yep, I am looking for things with greater recovery potential. Almost none of those stocks in that list are below 60% of the 52 week high. I still appreciate his going through some effort for a response.
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FMtTXtiger
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
Holding BP and WFC for the long haul, really no reason not too.



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tirebiter
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re: Stocks still below 60% of 52 week high with dividends over 5%
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Why is Wells Fargo still so low?


Because they have a highly restrictive lending cap on them based on past transgressions and pretty poor attempts to remedy the fake accounts, over selling/charging, etc, and a truly pathetic BoD. That is the real reason. Go try to apply for a HEL with them and tell me what message pops up. Regardless, I like the new CEO and his last 2 hires. The stock was ~ $55/share in the last 12 months and WFC generates a lot of fee income. They will not be able to grow as fast as nonrestricted banks but that should get worked through over time. I own WFC.


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