4 Small Caps With 10-Year Consistent Revenue Growth And Good Dividend Yields

by: Anh Hoang

Not many companies are able to grow their revenues continuously over a 10 year period. Those which have successfully done it should be considered as having potential for long-term investment opportunities. Besides, investors will feel much happier if those stocks pay good dividends to its shareholders. Here are the top four stocks of consistent revenue growth with the best dividend yield:

First REIT of New Jersey (OTC:FREVS): This is an equity real estate investment trust (REIT) which engages in acquiring, developing and constructing real estate properties for long-term investment, and not for resale. The business is divided into two main segments: Commercial Properties and Residential Properties. Its properties are located in New Jersey, Maryland and Long Island, NY. As of October 2011, First REIT has nine apartment buildings and complexes, with 1,075 units and 10 commercial properties of more than 1.2 million square feet. During the last 10 years, the company's revenue has grown from $14 million in 2002 to $44 million in 2011. With the share price of $19, the market capitalization is nearly $132 million. Its dividend yield is 6.3%. The market values First REIT at 24.7x P/E, 9.5x P/B and 8.9x P/CF.

Greene County Bancorp (NASDAQ:GCBC): This business operates as the federally chartered holding company of the Bank of Greene County, a federally chartered savings bank. The bank's main business is attracting retail deposits from the general public in the surrounding area and investing those deposits in one to four-family residential mortgage loans, commercial real estate loans, consumer loans, home equity loans and commercial business loans. For the last 10 years, its revenue has grown from $9 million in 2002 to $25 million in 2011. With the current price of $17.4 per share, Greene County's market capitalization is $72.2 million. The dividend yield is 4%. The current market valuation is 13.3x P/E, 1.5x P/B and 7.4x P/CF.

Landauer (NYSE:LDR): Landauer is the provider of technical and analytical services to determine occupational and environmental radiation exposure. It has two business segments: Radiation Monitoring and Medical Physics. Its clients are mainly hospitals, medical and dental offices, universities, national laboratories and nuclear facilities. For the last 10 years, revenue has grown from $59 million in 2002 to $120 million in 2011. The market capitalization is $521.4 million, with the share price of $55.24. The dividend yield stays at around 4%. The market values Landauer at 22.2x P/E, 6.4x P/B and 16x P/CF.

Teche Holding (NYSEMKT:TSH): Teche is the community-oriented federal savings bank offering a range of financial services to meet local banking needs in the area of St. Mary, Lafayette, Iberia, Ascension Parishes, etc. Over the last 10 years, its revenue has grown from $25 million in 2002 to $46 million in 2011. With the current share price of $36.3, its market capitalization is $75 million. During that period, the company paid out consistently increasing dividend. Its dividend yield is also 4%. The current market valuation for Teche is 10.5x P/E, 0.9x P/B and 5.2x P/CF.

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