January 2020 Dividend Stock Watch List

December has had another run up in stock prices. Finding an undervalued Dividend Stock is becoming difficult, but we all know there are diamonds to be found, diamond dividend stocks that is. Therefore, it is time to pour a hot cup of coffee and begin my dividend stock research. Time to tune in for my Dividend Stock Watch List – January Edition.


Dividend stock watch list

The market is up 2.74% from November 27 through December 27th (30 days, including the 27th).

What occurred during the month to have the market slightly increase? Well, the retailers made out like bandits, setting records for online and overall shopping. Lastly, “better” headway for the trade deal with China occurred. This has caused the market to continue the trend up, consumer sentiment is positive, strangely.

However, as the saying goes, one can always find diamonds in the rough. Therefore, with using the Dividend Diplomat Stock Screener, there is always an undervalued dividend stock up for grabs, just need to look hard enough.

Here is a display of what the market did in the last 30 days:

In addition, capital is necessary to make any dividend stock purchase that is on this watch list.How do I do it?

I save anywhere from 60-85% of my take-home pay and strongly believe Financial Freedom does not happen by hitting a home run on an investment. Nothing matters more than your savings rate on your journey to Financial Freedom, plain and simple. Therefore, I work my butt off to make sure expenses remain in-check and that my savings rate are meeting our investment and financial independence goals! Then, you rinse and repeat.

 

Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-A, RDS-B)
 


Can we say they are on my watch list for TWO months in a row?! Yes, this is true but they deserve a spot. You’ll see why below.

Shell has reported 8 strong quarters in a row and I anticipate the same results for the 4th quarter. They will generate between $350-$360 billion in total revenue for the year and will maintain costs at around $320-$330 billion. Therefore, they’ll have that 8-10% margin built in before taxes.

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