Not only does this company have a strong balance sheet, great liquidity and powerful growth potential — but it has also grown its dividend at an average rate exceeding 100% per year since it first started paying dividends in 2015. On top of all this, it appears attractively valued right now.
With double digit growth expectations into the near term and longer term future, I think this is a great time to be looking at this name and possibly building a position for the future if you’re looking for dividend income in this overheated market.
These companies have consistent long-term operating histories and solid prospects for future growth. But perhaps most importantly, I consider all of them attractively valued to even significantly undervalued in today’s overheated market.