I’ve Been Buying These Two Under-The-Radar High-Performing Dividend Stocks

The first under-the-radar dividend growth stock I want to put on your radar is American Tower Corp - stock ticker AMT.

This is a unique business that's compelling from three different angles.

This company supercharges the idea of real estate by building valuable technology that real estate. The massive 5G buildout you've been hearing all about? Well, that doesn't happen without this company's extremely valuable and necessary cell towers.

Revenue has almost quadrupled over the last decade. Their most recent quarter showed AFFO growth of almost 9% YOY. They're guiding for similar AFFO growth for this coming fiscal year. And the dividend, which has been increased for 11 consecutive years, has a five-year dividend growth rate of 19.1%, which is astounding.

The stock only yields about 2% here. But this isn't an income play. It's a long-term compounder. This stock has compounded at an annual rate of almost 20% over the last decade, turning a $1,000 investment into almost $6,000 (insert screenshot).

It's now over $250/share, so it's up more than 20% since I bought in. However, I have averaged up on this name and bought more since early March. And I think it's a compelling long-term investment that'll do very well over the long run. It's not cheap, with a P/AFFO ratio of almost 30. But long-term compounders like this be cheap. You get what you pay for.

The second under-the-radar gem I want to tell you about is Fidelity National Financial Inc. - stock ticker FNF.

Just think about it for a second. All of those houses selling like hotcakes? Guess what they all have?

It's something that every bank requires in order to protect both the lender and the buyer. And since claims are rare, the company is able to build up a float. It's a free cash flow machine. Revenue has more than doubled over the last decade. Earnings per share increased from $1.65 to $4.99 over that period, which is a CAGR of over 13%. The dividend has increased for nine consecutive years, with a five-year dividend growth rate of 16.5%. And the financial position is excellent. This stock has compounded at an annual rate of almost 22% over the last decade, turning a $1,000 investment into more than $7,000 (insert screenshot).

I alerted all of my Patrons about that trade when it occurred. However, I have averaged up on this stock multiple times since then. That's because I think even after a 10% run since I bought in, it's still attractively valued.

In a sea of expensive stocks, I see this as an underfollowed, underappreciated, and undervalued gem that I've already told Patrons about. And now I'm telling all of you about it. Take a look at this name if you haven't already. These two stocks are only two of many stocks I've been buying and alerting Patrons about, but I thought these two names merited their own video due to the lack of attention they're usually afforded.

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