Dividend Stocks Close To New Highs By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Do you often feel that your dividend income is not high enough and grows to slow? I do. The main reason for this is my low portfolio dividend yield of around 3 percent pre-tax. I often look for higher yielding companies with low risk buy I don't find many stocks. The results are mainly dominated by Altria. A good technical indicator to screen stocks with solid growth is the 52-Week High mark. Stocks that crossed this mark become in focus of main stream investors and they have normally a positive momentum.
In order to find the best investment opportunities to buy, I made a sheet of high yielding dividend stocks that are close to realize new 52-Week Highs (up to 3 percent below new high). In addition, the market capitalization should be over USD 300 million. Nineteen high dividend paying companies fulfilled these criteria of which 10 are recommended to buy.
Here is the list with some fundamentals to compare:
Take a look at the full table of high yield stocks at new 52-Week Highs. The average price to earnings ratio amounts to 17.25 while the average forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 20.42. The average dividend yield is 6.88 percent. Price to book ratio is 2.94 and price to sales ratio 7.19.
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