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Old 03-31-2011, 10:03 AM   #1
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35 Low P/E Dividend Stocks

http://http://www.businessinsider.com/35-growing-dividend-stocks-with-low-pe-ratios-2011-3

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Google Finance. We expect these stocks to perform better than 10-Pointing to a recent study, we showed that the average return of high dividend yielding stocks was 13.04% between 1927 and 2009. Dividend stocks beat the overall market by an average of 1.36% per year in that period.
Insider Monkey, your source for free insider trading data, thinks these are risky times for fixed income investors. Ten-year treasuries yield less than 4% and the Federal Reserve is pursuing a highly inflationary monetary policy.

For conservative investors who donít want to speculate about commodities and want a stable quarterly income, we prepared a list of 35 dividend paying stocks that have below market average PE ratios and managed to increase their earnings per share over the past 5 years. A portfolio of these stocks should be able to make its dividend payments, preserve capital by increasing earnings per share over the long term, and protect investors against possible spikes in inflation. The data is sourced from year treasuries over the next 10 years.


I thought this article may be of interest to conservative investors. Due diligence is required though.
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A quick look at the list showed me that there are 16 electric utilities in the list, namely NGG, EXC, D, NEE, PEG, ED, ENI, EIX, PPL, ETR, XEL, DTE, SCG, PNW, DPL, and WR. There are also 3 telecoms: CTL, TKC, TNE.

I have owned some of these names in the past. Yes, they pay dividends, but the stock price may not be any less volatile than some tech stocks. For example, Excelon (EXC) share price over the last 10 years has ranged from the mid 20s to 90. It is now at 41. Compared that to Intel, whose share price has ranged from 33 to 13.

Conclusion: There are always more than one way to lose money. Dividend or not, it still helps to "buy low, sell high".

The above said, I may look to pick up a couple. I currently have XLU and UTH, which are utility ETFs. Their dividends are a little less than 4%.
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Conclusion: There are always more than one way to lose money. Dividend or not, it still helps to "buy low, sell high".
I reckon that's what I've been doing it wrong couldn't FIRE at 55 as I planned. I was buying high and selling low out of panic.
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I reckon that's what I've been doing it wrong couldn't FIRE at 55 as I planned. I was buying high and selling low out of panic.
You are not alone. It is human nature. I hope you are in recovery.
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You are not alone. It is human nature. I hope you are in recovery.
I have recovered from kicking myself in the head but not financially for FIRE. I've decided to put what I have for retirement in managed account through 401K and not look at all. With what little discretionary spending I save, I fiddle around on my own with penny stocks. Who knows with all the beer money that I put into penny stocks could became paying champagne returns. Highly unlikely but I can dream about it and makes me happy.
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