10 Best Dividend-Paying Companies

 


Dear Reader,

I have assembled a new list of 10 Dividend-Paying Companies that I believe will perform very well during the next year and beyond. These companies offer dividends averaging 2.0%, which exceed the current 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield of 1.6%.

In addition to generous dividend payments, investors can expect steady long-term earnings and dividend growth of more than 10% per year. All of the companies maintain strong balance sheets with low debt and lots of cash. Annual dividend increases are common for all of the companies and have averaged 21% annually during the past five years.

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The average dividend payout ratio for the 10 companies is 30%, which is well below my 50% to 60% limit. And best of all, high-quality companies have been neglected by investors during the past several years and now sell at very reasonable prices.

I believe you’ll do very well by adding these companies to your portfolio. 

Sincerely,

J. Royden Ward
Editor of Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter

P.S. The Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter's "Modern Value Model" is up an amazing 43.7% during the past 12 months compared to an increase of 27.7% for the S&P 500. During the past decade, the Model has increased a remarkable 118.6% compared to an increase of 58.5% for the S&P 500.

It's "Classic Value Model" since its inception on 11/30/02, has achieved a total return, not including dividends, of 184.0% compared to a return of just 51.9% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

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Stock Picks

Norwegian Cruise Lines

Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH) is one of the “big 3” in the cruise industry. There’s a real growth story here thanks to a steady expansion in the firm’s ship count, along with an acquisition last year that gives it exposure to the high end of the market.

Constellation Brands

This maker of wines (Mondavi, Clos du Bois, Ravenswood), beer (Corona, Modelo and TsingTao) and spirits (Svedka, Black Velvet and Paul Masson) gets 89% of its revenues from the U.S. and 11% from Canada, so the strong dollar isn’t hurting.

Cheetah Mobile

My stock pick this week is a Chinese stock that was featured in the Other Stocks of Interest section of Cabot Growth Investor. (It’s also in the portfolio of Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report).

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