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plaric
Auburn Fan
Montgomery, Al
Member since Jun 2011
1135 posts

What dividend players are you guys looking at?
What dividend players are hot right now?

Looking to dump another wave of capital into some to grow my portfolio


My2ndFavCivilNgineer
Member since Jun 2013
415 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
This is more dividend growth

Ingredion: Specialized ingredients think pea protein & natural sugars

AO Smith: Global leader in hot water heater unit construction. Making a big move into India right now




SouthMSReb
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Dec 2013
2598 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
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AO Smith: Global leader in hot water heater unit construction. Making a big move into India right now


I like this.

I'm putting some capital into the following at the moment:
WM
JNJ
DAL
DLR
MSM
BNS


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SloaneRanger
LSU Fan
Upper Hurstville
Member since Jan 2014
764 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
CSCO is a little beat up right now, and has a dividend yield of about 3%. Good long term prospects IMO.


tigers1956
LSU Fan
baton rouge
Member since Oct 2008
2966 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
XOM
IBM
KYN


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white perch
Northwestern St. Fan
the bright, happy side of hell
Member since Apr 2012
5601 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
SCHD

Schwab dividend ETF. ~3% dividend


Jag_Warrior
Virginia Fan
Virginia
Member since May 2015
1174 posts
 Online 

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
Seagate (STX) was perhaps the prettiest girl at the dance when it was in the low-mid 40s earlier this year. But at 58, it’s still yielding 4.4%.


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bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
12157 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
CIM, T, STOR

I own all three. They’ve been beautiful to me.


SLafourche07
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Member since Feb 2008
6494 posts
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
Tell me more about CIM. If you don't mind.


CajunTiger92
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Member since Dec 2007
1906 posts
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
SLB and T.


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WM88
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West Monroe
Member since Aug 2004
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
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Tell me more about CIM. If you don't mind.


About CIM

A lot of people on this board own CIM
This post was edited on 11/14 at 8:10 pm


leoj
Texas A&M Fan
Member since Nov 2010
2982 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
I would not be looking at oilfield services companies given the current market in that industry vs other dividend paying stocks right now.


TigerintheNO
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jan 2004
32265 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
HDV


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cave canem
Mississippi St. Fan
pullarius dominus
Member since Oct 2012
10262 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
I would add the utility of your choice to the mix of what you decide if these are long temp plays, long term I am a SO fan.


mrgreenpants
Ohio State Fan
paisaland
Member since Mar 2018
275 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
personally..
i'd screen for the best grade a stocks you can.

i like correlation&good relative strenth to sp500.

then out of those...pick your dividend players.


how to define "best" or the superstar stocks?

it it not difficult to more or less reverse engineer the CAN SLIM list (before Investor's Business Daily publishes it) on a stock screener.

why camslim?
cause errbody using it..and ideally you want to be selling to them at the tops

quote:

Understanding CAN SLIM CAN SLIM's seven-part criteria is as follows:

C - Current quarterly earnings per share has increased sharply from the same quarters' earnings reported in the prior year. Generally investors using CAN SLIM want EPS growth of over 20%, but the higher the better.

A - Annual earnings increases over the last five years. Here again the annual EPS growth is ideally over 20% over the last 3-5 years.

N - New products, management, or new events/information that pushes the company's stock to new highs. This type of headline news can cause short-term excitement, propelling a surge of optimism within the market and subsequent price appreciation.

S - A relatively scarce supply, coupled with strong demand for a stock creates excess demand. This is an environment in which stock prices can soar. Companies acquiring (re-purchasing) their own stock reduces market supply and can indicate their expectation of increased demand, along with insider confidence in the firm.

L - Choose leading over laggard stocks within the same industry. Use the relative strength index (RSI) as a guide. The RSI ranges from zero to 100. A RSI indication above 30 suggests a buying opportunity (bullish), while above 70 signifies a chance to sell (bearish).

I - Pick stocks, which have institutional sponsorship by a few institutions with recent above average performance. For example, this could be a recently public company, still supported by a small handful of well known private equity firms. Be cautious of stocks that are over owned by institutions as you want to get in before the big money is fully invested.

M - Determining market direction by reviewing market averages daily. A market average measures the overall price level of a given market, as defined by a specified group of stocks, such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (a price-weighted average of 30 blue chip stocks listed on the NYSE). CAN SLIM stocks tend to be over-performers in bull markets.


Fat Bastard
Boston College Fan
Member since Mar 2009
44340 posts
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
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Schwab dividend ETF. ~3% dividend




that is terrible

all my dividend payers whether ETF or REIT or mortgage REITs or BDC's are 8% and up.

why do you settle for those returns?


Jag_Warrior
Virginia Fan
Virginia
Member since May 2015
1174 posts
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
+1

For those who want (really, *need*) a solid, proven methodology for investing and even trading stocks, CAN SLIM and other guidelines found at IBD would be well worth their time to learn, IMO. It’s repeatable - searching for “hot picks” on message boards isn’t.

No offense intended to the wounded and suffering, but that marijuana thread is clear evidence of that.


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CajunTiger92
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2007
1906 posts
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re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
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would not be looking at oilfield services companies given the current market in that industry


I don’t lump all oilfield services companies together. SLB beat on top and bottom line. It is a sector that has been totally beaten down, so there is a good chance for a nice capital gain while collecting a good dividend.

For what it is worth I’m up 5% + dividend (6%) since I opened my position last month.


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geauxnc0308
LSU Fan
pineywoods of ET
Member since May 2008
316 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
MLPA - 9%
NRZ - 13%
MMM - 3.4% wait for a pullback

All my others are too high right now
T
D
ENB
PM
IRM


white perch
Northwestern St. Fan
the bright, happy side of hell
Member since Apr 2012
5601 posts

re: What dividend players are you guys looking at?
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why do you settle for those returns


Because, for me, I don’t need the returns now and this etf has good yearly growth. When I do cash out my growth stocks I’ll buy some of your stuff.


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