Category: Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week by Jason Fieber

This company provides a necessary and ubiquitous service to millions of captive consumers, all in a monopolistic setting. That allows it to pay a huge, reliable, and growing dividend to yield-hungry investors. With improving fundamentals, a 6%+ yield, 17 consecutive years of dividend raises, and the potential that shares are 31% undervalued, this dividend growth stock could make a terrific addition to your portfolio.

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: TJX Companies (TJX)

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week by Jason Fieber

This is one of the highest-quality companies I’ve ever come across. The fundaments are incredible across the board. And the business has the capability to grow its dividend at well into the double digits for years to come. More than 20 consecutive years of dividend raises, a massive near-term buyback program, a recent 25% dividend increase, and the possibility that shares are 12% undervalued indicates this might be one of the best opportunities in retail for dividend growth investors right now.

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: PepsiCo Inc. (PEP)

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week by Jason Fieber

This stock is basically a cash cow, which is why it’s a major position in my personal portfolio. Almost 50 consecutive years of dividend raises, a yield closing in on 4%, a recent dividend increase of over 15%, and the possibility shares are 22% undervalued means this is one of the most compelling long-term opportunities for dividend growth investors in the market today.

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: Southern Co. (SO)

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week by Jason Fieber

This company provides a service that’s both ubiquitous and necessary, wrapped up in a monopolistic business model. While the projects that are designed to position the company for the future have been thus far challenging, the company’s long-term opportunities are clearly present. Meanwhile, investors should be able to look forward to a reliable 5%+ yield, inflation-beating dividend growth, and the potential that shares are 9% undervalued.