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Broadridge Financial Solutions: Great Total Return, Long Term Buy

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William Stamm


  • Broadridge Financial Solutions' total return outperformed the Dow average for my 49.0 month test period by 82.80%, which is great.
  • Broadridge Financial Solutions S&P CFRA, three-year forward CAGR of 12%, is good and will give you good growth with the increasing economy and population.
  • Broadridge Financial Solutions dividends are slightly below average at 1.9% and have been increased for 11 years in a row.

This article is about Broadridge Financial Solutions (NYSE:BR) and why it's a buy for the total return investor that also wants some solid, increasing dividend income. Broadridge Financial Solutions is a provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions to banks, broker-dealers, mutual funds, and corporate issuers. BR is an investment for the growth investor who also wants a reasonable income in the information technology sector.

Broadridge Financial Solutions will be reviewed using the Good Business Portfolio Guidelines. The company has steady growth and has cash it uses to increase the dividends each year and grow the company. Right now with the market relatively high, BR is beating the market. The recent dip at the end of 2018 has created a buying opportunity at a great price.

When I scanned the five-year chart, Broadridge Financial Solutions has a great chart going up and to the right in a steady, strong slope for the last five years with hardly a bump down until the end of the year 2018 when the market had a downturn.

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Fundamentals of Broadridge Financial Solutions will be reviewed on the following topics below.

  • The Good Business Portfolio Guidelines
  • Total Return and Yearly Dividend
  • Last Quarter's Earnings
  • Company Business
  • Takeaways
  • Recent Portfolio Changes

I use a set of guidelines that I codified over the last few years to review the companies in The Good Business Portfolio (my portfolio) and other companies that I am reviewing. For a complete set of the guidelines, please see my article " The Good Business Portfolio: Update to Guidelines, August 2018". These guidelines provide me with a balanced portfolio of income, defensive, total return and growing companies that hopefully keeps me ahead of the Dow average.

Good Business Portfolio Guidelines

Broadridge Financial Solutions passes 11 of 11 Good Business

This article was written by

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BSEE The Cooper Union, school of engineering 1966. Engineering manager Harris corp. 23 years Software development, Grumman Corp 10 years as project manager.26 years managing my own IRA accounts, in retirement now with a CAGR of 10.98%

Analyst’s Disclosure: I am/we are long BA, JNJ, HD, OHI, MO, IR, DLR, GE, PM, PEP, TXN, ADP, AMT, O, SLP. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

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