Cheapest Dividend Midcap Stocks With Highest Dividend Yield Researched By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Midcap stocks, stocks with a market capitalization of more than USD 2 billion but less than USD 10 billion, are not in focus of mainstream investors. In comparison to large cap stocks, they are cheaper and they offer a higher yield. The price for this bargain is also a higher risk.
I screened all mid-capitalized stocks with a dividend yield over five percent (high yield) and a single P/E ratio of less than ten. Thirteen stocks fulfilled these criteria of which five have a double digit yield; five are recommended to buy. The highest yield comes from YPF S.A. (NYSE:YPF), an Argentina oil and gas refining and marketing company. The company is in process to be taken over by the government and lost half of its worth over the past year.
Here is the full table with some fundamentals:The Cheapest Mid-Capitalized Dividend Stocks With Highest Yield...
Take a closer look at the full table. The average price to earnings ratio (P/E ratio) amounts to 7.13 and forward P/E ratio is 6.85. The dividend yield has a value of 9.57 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.39 and price to sales ratio 2.00. The operating margin amounts to 25.46 percent.
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YPF, CIM, TWO, MFA, TEO, PBI, AT, ARLP, SKM, STM, GCI, PT, DEG