5 Under The Radar Dividend Stocks Growing Their Payouts

Mar. 27, 2013 12:55 PM ETABEV, DIN, PSA, TGH, TUP3 Comments
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In looking for the "double whammy" of investing, which includes finding income and growth stocks, we have found five stocks that fall in this category. Outlined below are five stocks that have managed to grow their dividend payments by at least 20% annually over the last five years, suggesting a strong commitment to throwing off cash to shareholders.

The income part of the five stocks is provided via a dividend yield between 3% and 4.5%. Meanwhile, the growth part will come via earnings growth, where the analysts expect each of the companies to grow EPS by at least 10% annually over the next five years. What's more is that these five stocks all cover five very different industries and can appeal to a range of investors.

Tupperware Brands Corporation (NYSE:TUP) has a 3.1% dividend yield with an expected 5-year EPS growth rate of 12% annually. As well, the company has grown its dividend payment at 23% annually over the last five years.

Tupperware sells storage products across multiple brands via an independent salesforce. Product brands include preparation, storage and serving solutions for the kitchen and home. Europe has been the company's largest segment (60% of revenues) and despite this, and the overall tough economic environment in 2012, Tupperware managed to see total sales come in flat while growing operating profits by 4% in 2012.

The real beauty of Tupperware's growth will be emerging markets (read more about Tupperware in the BRICs). For 2013, the company expects sales growth of 5% to 7%, and EPS growth of 12% to 14% year over year. Moreover, Tupperware recently upped its dividend payment by 72%, while also increasing its share repurchase authorization to $2.0 billion from $1.2 billion, and made plans to repurchase $400 million in stock in 2013, compared to $200 million in 2012. Tupperware also has a return on equity of 50%, but the industry average is

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