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3 Reasons Altria Is Set To Soar And Too Cheap To Ignore

May 06, 2021 7:23 AM ETAltria Group, Inc. (MO)272 Comments


  • Many investors dream of making a fortune in the stock market, and ensuring a comfortable retirement. It doesn't take genius, just disciplined financial science.
  • Today, Altria is 25% undervalued, and the best Dividend King bargain on Wall Street.
  • It's priced for 1% long-term growth, yet 4% to 7% is what management, analysts, and credit rating agencies expect.
  • Even the recent regulatory/legal troubles haven't dinged MO's consensus growth outlook. In fact, it's up modestly since the new broke.
  • Buying MO today offers 16% annual consensus total return potential over the next five years, more than 3X that of the S&P 500.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, The Dividend Kings. Learn More »
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