Four Dividend Growth Stocks For Consistent High Returns

Dividend Growth Stocks

As a long time value investor there are ideal characteristics that I look for in a stock. For starters, I prefer consistent above-average growth – the more consistent the better. I also like to see a dividend that has increased year after year after year. And of course the opportunity to purchase at an attractive valuation is paramount.

With this video I offer four stocks in the financial sector that meet all of the above characteristics. It is very rare to find these opportunities in today’s overheated stock market. However, as I often state, it is a market of stocks and not a stock market. In that regard, there are many opportunities in the financial sector as well as the healthcare sector where you can find good growth at good value. Moreover, these opportunities can be found for companies that offer above-average current dividend yield in addition to growth.

The 4 companies covered in this video represent attractively valued above-average growing opportunities with the potential to generate double digit future total returns. In this video I will be covering: Primerica (PRI), Ameriprise Financial (AMP), Bank of New York Mellon (BK), Raymond James Financial (RJF)

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Disclusure: Long AMP.

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