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This is Part V of the dividend series. To date, Part III has been the most popular article of the series. In Part III, featured stocks included TNK and ETP.

Stock Dividend Market Cap Forward PE Price/ book Total Cash Operating margins Revenue Operating Cash flow
CEL 12 1.78B 1.84 24.34 262M 25.68 1.75B 456.36M
LPHI 17.7 104M 3 1.59 34.12M 46.8 108.18M 30.31M
IVR 24.6 1.71B 4.62 0.92 58.4M 91 275M 231M
DX 12.10 351M 8 0.96 10.16M 80.84 50M 63M
PNNT 10.8 464M 7.88 1.02 71M 63.5 91M -137M

Cellcom Israel Ltd (CEL)

It has a forward PE of 1.8, an enterprise value of $3.14 billion and price/sales value of 1.08. CEL announced its quarterly dividend of 51 cents per share. This translates into a decline of about 24% from its previous dividend in October of 67 cents.

  • Short ratio 0.4%
  • Percentage held by institutions N/A
  • ROE 297.49
  • Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy) -40
  • Total debt $1.66B
  • 200 day moving average $24.53
  • Book value 0.78
  • Dividend yield 5 year Average N/A
  • Dividend rate $2.14
  • Dividend growth rate 3 year average 1
  • Consecutive dividend increases 1 years
  • Paying dividends since 2007
  • Total return last 3 years 140.56%
  • Total return last 5 years N/A

Life Partners Holdings, Inc (LPHI)

It has a forward PE of 1.8, an enterprise value of $75.13 million and price/sales value of 1.00. DeMarche Associates, Inc., a leading investment research and financial consulting firm founded in 1974, ranked the CEO of LPHI top in the industry again. According to Yahoo Finance, LHPI has no long-term debt.

  • Short ratio 19.8
  • Percentage held by institutions 35.9
  • ROE 45.91
  • Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy) -16
  • Total debt N/A
  • 200 day moving average $5.51
  • Book value 3.69
  • Dividend yield 5 year Average 6.60
  • Payout ratio 79%
  • Dividend rate $.80
  • Dividend growth rate 3 year average 111.9
  • Consecutive dividend increases 8 years
  • Paying dividends since 2002
  • Total return last 3 years 108%
  • Total return last 5 years -55%

Invesco Mortgage Capital Inc (IVR)

It has a forward PE of 4.62, an enterprise value of $14.27 billion and price/sales value of 6.36. Even though IVR has a very high yield, the performance to date has been rather dismal. In addition, IVR also owns only non-agency MBS. As mortgage delinquencies are rising this could be a problem going forward.

  • Short ratio 2.2
  • Percentage held by institutions 64.7
  • ROE 20.25
  • Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy) 209
  • Total debt 12.57B
  • 200 day moving average $18.50
  • Book value 16.45
  • Dividend yield 5 year Average N/A
  • Payout ratio 97%
  • Dividend rate $3.74
  • Dividend growth rate 3 year average N/A
  • Consecutive dividend increases 0 years
  • Paying dividends since 2009
  • Total return last 3 years N/A
  • Total return last 5 years N/A

Dynex Capital Inc (DX)

It has a PE of 8, an enterprise value of $2.58 billion and price/sales value of 7.09. Net income for Dynex Capital Inc. fell to $1.5 million (4 cents per share) vs. $7 million (33 cents per share) a year earlier. This is a decline of 78.2% from the year earlier quarter

  • Short ratio 7
  • Percentage held by institutions 33.4
  • ROE 11.78
  • Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy) -78.2
  • Total debt 592M
  • 200 day moving average $9.09
  • Book value $9.24
  • Dividend yield 5 year Average N/A
  • Payout ratio 77%
  • Dividend rate $1.08
  • Dividend growth rate 3 year average 36.24
  • Consecutive dividend increases 2 years
  • Paying dividends since 2008
  • Total return last 3 years 92%
  • Total return last 5 years 74.86%

PennantPark Investment Corp (PPNT)

It has a PE of 7.88, an enterprise value of $787 million and price/sales value of 5.14. Pennantpark Investment Corporation (PNNT) has been named as a Top 10 dividend-paying financial stock, according to Dividend Channel, which published its most recent "DividendRank" report. The report noted that among shares of financial companies, PNNT displayed both attractive valuation metrics and strong profitability metrics

  • Short ratio 6.2
  • Percentage held by institutions 7.15
  • ROE 2.4
  • Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy) N/A
  • Total debt 388.79M
  • 200 day moving average $10.62
  • Book value $10.13
  • Dividend yield 5 year Average N/A
  • Payout ratio 89%
  • Dividend rate $1.12
  • Dividend growth rate 3 year average 5.95
  • Consecutive dividend increases 3 years
  • Paying dividends since 2007
  • Total return last 3 years 408%
  • Total return last 5 years N/A

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Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. Do not treat this as a buying list. It is very important that you check the finer details (do your due-diligence) in each of the mentioned plays before investing any capital in the above mentioned companies. What might be good for one investor could be terrible for another investor.

Source: Dividend Busters With Yields As High As 24.6%, Part V