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Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: Global Water Resources, Inc.
Despite the solid yield and monthly payments, there are pressing issues that make the stock somewhat less appealing. The outlook for growth is challenged for Global Water.
Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: Grupo Aval Acciones Y Valores
Grupo Aval appears to be a cheap stock at the moment. This is likely due to it being a relatively unknown company operating in a part of the world that many investors might ignore.
Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: U.S. Global Investors
U.S. Global Investors, Inc. (GROW) pays a dividend, but with a low yield of just 1.3% that is well below the S&P 500 average yield. On the plus side, the company pays its dividends monthly, instead of quarterly or semi-annually.
Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: Gold Resource Corporation
Mining companies are generally beholden to prevailing prices for the metals they sell, and Gold Resources is no different in this respect. Where it is different is in the way it pays its dividends to shareholders monthly.
E Anheuser-Busch InBev: Undervalued Dividend Stock
Anheuser-Busch InBev has had a terrible year, marked by the coronavirus and a significant dividend cut. But the company's dominant industry position, strong brands and competitive advantages could make the stock a buy right now.
Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: Great Elm Capital
Income investors often see business development companies, or BDCs, as a strong source of income. Great Elm Capital Corporation is a BDC that pays an extraordinarily high yield of 24% after the stock lost half of its value due to COVID-19 weakness.


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Is A 3M Dividend Reinvestment Plan A Good Choice For Investors?
1 year ago

Thanks for reading!

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
5 years ago

That article is incorrect about the 26x PE multiple. You can see more in the comments of the article. I believe the author may have made an error confusing PE10 (price divided by AVERAGE earnings over 10 years) with PE on accident, but that is just a guess.

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
5 years ago

I have no idea. There is only one real PE multiple for the S&P 500. It is currently 18.28.

Source: http://www.multpl.com/

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