These six names, all with yields higher than the current CPI rate of 8.6%, are all ideally suited to produce strong dividends to battle inflation.
It looks extremely undervalued. Based on my analysis, it’s worth 37% more than today’s price.
It looks to be a fairly good value here.
These stocks have very high expected returns with lower-than-average risks over the next year.
The company will report its Q2 earnings on July 19. Expect the stock to rise if it produces earnings like those from Q1.
Despite its massive market valuation, it’s nowhere near its peak.