Buy This Stock for Dividend Growth AND Total Return

Prudential Financial is the highest yielding dividend growth stock and most undervalued life and health insurance company in the S&P 500. Therefore, I consider it the best buy among the 6 life and health insurers that are constituents of the S&P 500.

Nevertheless, in this video I am covering the 6 premier life and health insurers included in the S&P 500. As I often say, it is a market of stocks and not a stock market. With that said, one sector of the overall market as measured by the S&P 500 that is attractively valued is the financial sector.

Ever since the financial debacle of the great recession which ended in 2009, financial stocks of all categories have been trading at historically low valuations. This includes the 6 life and health insurers, dividend growth stocks, covered in this video.

As a result, life and health insurers can be confidently invested in based on valuation and their unique operating histories. Moreover, there is a potential kicker that could be enjoyed if these high-quality financial sector companies once again become more appropriately valued by Mr. Market.

The companies I will review in this video that pay a dividend are: Prudential Financial (PRU), Principal Financial (PFG), MetLife Inc (MET), Aflac (AFL), Lincoln National (LNC), Globe Life (GL).

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— Chuck Carnevale

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