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High Dividend Stocks: Finding Them, Researching them

FAVORED few Div stocks - from below

Grp-1: ABBV, LVS, MO, PM, T : 1yr:

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Grp-2: IVZ, MMM, IBM, KSS : 1yr:

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PH, HK, USA & Canada

Q:

 I’m reviewing silo options now and looking at dividend stocks with below book value pricing. What do you think of this site as a starting point for research? or would you suggest another screener?

Link > https://www.dividendyields.org/hsi-best-dividend-stocks/

2 > https://www.dividendyields.org/dividend-yields-top-250/

A:

Says: "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." 

That is right.  The site may be a good starting point.

But, like David Webb, you need to dig deeper, and dive into the balance sheet, to see how sustainable the dividends are... & that the high div is not just a "one off" event

Can do some more vetting, here on GEI

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Top 5 Recommended for Php in 2018 / How did they do?

( CHARTS )

1. SPC Power Corporation   (SPC: P632) / Price: Php5.45, Yield: 14.7 percent
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2. GMA Network Inc.             (GMA7: P5.78) / Price: Php5.89, Yield: 12.4 percent
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3. Semirara Mining & Power (SCC: P23.60) / Price: Php38.20,  Yield: 8.7 percent
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4. Manila Electric Co.           (MER: P364 ) / Price: Php337.8, Yield: 5.4 percent
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5. Shang Properties, Inc.  (SHNG: P3.13) / Price: Php3.24, Yield: 5.1 percent
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+ 5 Under-rated, Div Payers (early 2018) : https://www.entrepreneur.com.ph/run-and-grow/financial-adviser-5-underrated-dividend-paying-stocks-that-you-can-buy-to-earn-up-to-14-7-p-a-a23-20180130-lfrm

High Div MER, has solidly outperformed the PSEI ... update :

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But most of the outperformance came in a single year, 2009

The last great buying window for MER was mid-2017

I dont get excited to buy MER when I see the chart above

I still like SHNG's fundamentals and its chart

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GMA7 has been a chronic underperformer.

But I imagine it has growth issues. (check this? if GMA is growing it could be interesting)

GMA7-Psei : all-data :

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I think it is very useful to look at a long term chart with ALL DATA, versus the local stock market index,

BEFORE diving into a deeper analysis

This one, Semirara Mining & Power, seems to be worth a closer look, based on the charts

SPC-Psei : all-data : since 9/2014 :

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Hang Seng High Dividend Yield Index

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> link: https://www.hsi.com.hk/eng/indexes/all-indexes/hshdyi

4 Dividend Value Stocks In Hong Kong To Look At

Aug.2018
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Hk1382 / Pacific Textile ... All-Data :
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HK1310 / HKBN (H K Broadband Network) ... All-Data : HK$11.92
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Hk6823 / HKT Trust ... All-Data : HK$11.54
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Hk3988 / Bank of China ... All-Data : HK$3.61
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Symbol : Company Name.   : $price : PE-R : Div. : Yield : BkVal.: P/ BV : ye’17 : chg.

Hk1382 / Pacific Textile ----- :  $6.84 : 11.46: 0.00: 9.36%: $0.00 : 00.0%:
HK1310 / HKBN Broadband :  11.92 : 30.18: 0.00: 5.03%: $0.00 : 00.0%:
Hk6823 / HKT Trust ———— :  11.54 : 19.10: 0.00: 5.05%: $0.00 : 00.0%:
Hk3988 / Bank of China —— :  $3.61 : 4.90 : 0.00: 5.86%: $0.00 : 00.0%:
Hk2919 / Haitong Int’l ——— :  $2.90 : 5.99 : 0.00: 5.24%: $0.00 : 00.0%:
Hk0639 / Shougang Fushan- : $1.80 : 9.03 : 0.00: 9.22%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk1928 / Sands China ——— : 37.30 : 20.2 : 0.00: 5.31%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0008 / PCCW ————---—-  : $4.65 : 31.5 : 0.00: 3.83%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0551 / Yue Yuan Industrial: 27.45 : 14.1 : 0.00 : 2.91%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0336 / Huabao Int’l ———  : $3.69 : 7.45 : 0.00 : 5.42%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0868 / Xinyi Glass Hldg.— : $9.44 : 8.75 : 0.00 : 5.30%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0303 / VTech Holdings -— : 78.29 : 13.0 : 0.00 : 3.40%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0272 / Shui On Land —-—  : $2.02 : 6.85 : 0.00 : 3.56%: $0.00 : 00.0%
Hk0004 / Wharf Hldg. ———- : 23.70 : 4.42 : 0.00 : 2.11% : $0.00 : 00.0%

> http://aspire.sharesinv.com/57497/4-dividend-value-stocks-in-hong-kong-to-look-at/

Highest Hong-Kong dividend stocks - Dividends Ranking

As shown above,

HK2919 / Haitong International (Financial Services) -

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Shougang Fushan Reso (Mining) -

Sands China (Travel and Leisure) -

... are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in Hong-Kong, offering yields of - 10.00% - 9.81% - 9.68% - respectively.

Coming up next, we show the full list of stocks traded in Hong-Kong, including their dividend return and payout.

    Highest Hong-Kong stocks ordered by its dividend yield (3.06% average)

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    20 Bargain S&P 500 Stocks Gushing Dividends

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    Common sense would dictate that companies with high dividend payout ratios (dividends divided by earnings) would exhibit slower subsequent earnings growth than companies that retain the majority of their earnings to fund future growth. However, a study of S&P 500 stocks going back to 1871 by Robert Arnott and Clifford Asness (Surprise! Higher Dividends = Higher Earnings Growth, Financial Analysts Journal, 2003) observed the exact opposite.

    The authors suggested that managers of companies with high payout ratios may have confidence in the stability and growth of their earnings and tend to be much more selective in their capital investments. For low or no payout ratio firms, managers may retain too much of their firm’s earnings because of a desire to build up empires and subsequently use their cash hoard in a wasteful fashion.

    The 20 stocks that made the AAII Journal’s First Cut are among those with the current highest payout ratios in the S&P 500 index. The seven-year average payout ratio provides a historical company perspective.

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    While more than 80% of S&P 500 member companies pay a dividend, just 187 pay out at least 40% of their earnings as dividends. Since a high payout ratio can signal an inability to grow or maintain the dividend, we required the passing stocks to meet two additional criteria. First, the indicated dividend must be above the dividend paid for the most recently completed fiscal year. Secondly, the I/B/E/S consensus earnings estimate must signal earnings growth for the current fiscal year. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) were also excluded since they pay distributions instead of qualified dividends.

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    FAVORED few Div stocks - from above

    Grp-1: ABBV, LVS, MO, PM, T : 1yr:

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    Grp-2: IVZ, MMM, IBM, KSS : 1yr:

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    ABBV: AbbVie: All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $86.05 x 5.49% = $4.72 / PER: 39.6 ( $2.17: 218%)
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    LVS   : Las Vegas Sands: All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $61.30 x 5.02% = $3.08 / PER: 24.9 ( $2.46: 124%)
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    MO.   : Altria Group: All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $49.00 x 6.86%= $3.36 / PER: 52.3 ( $0.94: 357%)
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    PM.   : Philip Morris: All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $82.38 x 5.68%= $4.68 / PER: 17.2 ( $4.78: 97.9%)
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    T       : AT&T : LOG : All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $37.75 x 5.40%= $2.04 / PER: 16.9 ( $2.23: 91.5%)
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    IVZ.   : Invesco : LOG : All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $17.33 x 7.16%= $1.24 / PER: 14.9 ( $1.16: 107%)
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    MMM : 3M Co. : LOG : All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $167.60 x 3.44%= $5.76 / PER: 19.9 ( $8.42: 68.4%)
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    IBM.   : Int’l Business Machines:  All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $134.34 x 4.82%= $6.48 / PER: 15.6 ( $8.61: 75.3%)
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    KSS.   : Kohl’s Corp: All : 3yr: 1yr: 10d/ $47.00 x 5.70%= $2.68 / PER: 10.8 ( $4.35: 61.6%)
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    Kohl's / KSS

    KSS ... 3yr /Last: $47.94

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    Maybe BUY Jan.$46 Call at $2.70 : B/e: $48.70

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    The "cheapest" two: Ave. Yield: 6.63%

    KSS / Kohl's Stores: $45.94, 5.83% yield + IVZ / Invesco: $16.69, 7.43% ... 5-yr: Ratio-2.75x

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    Ratio-2.75x

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