Monthly Stock Alerts: 30 April 2018

As of close April 30, 2018:

Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) | $100.08 (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $110.97) | DY 4.0% (5yr median 3.1%) | 12% below 5 yr moving average (median -4%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 4 years | 24% correction from 5 yr high monthly close | 7 yr dividend growth 23% | OSI (On Sale Indicator) 12.6 (median 4.2)

With a dividend yield of 4.0% (latest bi-yearly dividend of $1.853 [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, InBev can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investment.  At a 4 year low monthly close, 12% below the 5 yr moving average (median of -3%), and having an OSI of 12.6 (median of 4.2), InBev is well into oversold territory as well.  At this price, InBev offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.

 

Dominion Energy (D)  | $66.35  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $70.34) | DY 5.0% (5yr median 3.9%) | 7% below 5 yr moving average| Lowest monthly close in the last 4 years | 21% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 20%) | 7 yr dividend growth 7% | OSI 6.9 (median 4.8)

With a dividend yield of 5.0% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.835¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Dominion Energy can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investment.  At a 4 year low monthly close, Dominion Energy is into oversold territory as well.  At this price, Dominion Energy offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.

 

Exxon Mobil (XOM)  | $77.75  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $88.38) | DY 4.0% (5yr median 3.1%) | 21% below 5 yr moving average (median -6%)| 24% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 22%) | 7 yr dividend growth 8% | OSI 5.5 (median 4.7)

With a history of 35 consecutive years of dividend increases, a dividend yield of 4.5% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.77¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Exxon Mobil offers an attractive entry point for the long-term dividend collector.

 

General Mills (GIS)  |$43.74  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $58.48) | DY 4.5% (5yr median 2.7%) | 21% below 5 yr moving average (median -6%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 5 years | 39% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 29%) | 7 yr dividend growth 9% | OSI 16.1 (median 5.1) [14.5 or more is significant]

With a dividend yield of 4.5% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.49¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, General Mills can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investment.  At a 5 year low monthly close, 21% less than 5 yr moving average, and with an OSI of 16.1 , General Mills is well into oversold territory as well.  At this price, General Mills offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.  **This would be my first choice for this month.**

 

Kellogg (K)  | $58.90  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $70.34) | DY 3.7% (5yr median 3.0%) | 13% below 5 yr moving average (median -4%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 4 years | 29% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 24%) | 7 yr dividend growth 4% | OSI 13.2 (median 5.0)

With a dividend yield of 3.7% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.54¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Kellogg can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investment.  At a 4 year low monthly close, 13% less than 5 yr moving average, and with an OSI of 13.2 , Kellogg is into oversold territory as well.  At this price, Kellogg offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.

 

Kimberly-Clark (KMB)  | $103.74  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $115.48) | DY 3.7% (5yr median 3.0%) | 10% below 5 yr moving average (median -5%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 4 years | 25% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 25%) | 7 yr dividend growth 6% | OSI 9.5 (median 3.8)

With a history of 45 consecutive years of dividend increases, a dividend yield of 3.7% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.97¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Kimberly-Clark can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investment.  At a 4 year low monthly close, 10% less than 5 yr moving average, and with an OSI of 9.5 , Kimberly-Clark is into oversold territory as well.  At this price, Kimberly-Clark offers an attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.

 

Kraft Heinz (KHC)  | $56.38 (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $71.84) | DY 4.4% (5yr median 3.2%) | 22% below 5 yr moving average (median -14%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 3 years | 39% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 36%) | 4 yr dividend growth 5% | OSI 11.1 (median 7.5)

With a dividend yield of 4.4% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.625¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Kraft Heinz offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term dividend collector.

 

PepsiCo (PEP)  | $100.94 (5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $99.90) | DY 3.2% (5yr median 2.8%) | 2% above 5 yr moving average (median -6%) | Lowest monthly close in the last year | 16% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 18%) | 7 yr dividend growth 8% | OSI 2.4 (median 5.3)

With a history of 44 consecutive years of dividend increases, a dividend yield of 3.2% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.805¢ [Yahoo Finance]), at the lowest monthly close in the last year (last occurrence Sept 2011), and because PepsiCo doesn’t routinely present investors with a 3% yield, the company offers an attractive entry point for the long-term dividend collector.

 

Procter & Gamble (PG)  | $72.34  (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $81.47) | DY 4.0% (5yr median 3.1%) | 12% below 5 yr moving average (median -3%) | Lowest monthly close in the last 2 years | 22% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 16%) | 7 yr dividend growth 5% | OSI 10.4 (median 4.0)

With a history of 61 consecutive years of dividend increases, a dividend yield of 4.0% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.718¢ [Yahoo Finance]) and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Procter & Gamble can be considered a reasonable dividend yield investmenty.  At a 2 year low monthly close, 12% less than 5 yr moving average, and with an OSI of 10.4 , Procter & Gamble is into oversold territory as well.  At this price, Procter & Gamble offers a very attractive entry point for the long-term investor as well as the dividend collector.

 

Realty Income (O)  | $50.51 (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $54.40) | DY 5.2% (5yr median 4.7%) | 1% below 5 yr moving average (median -6%) | 29% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 30%) | 7 yr dividend growth 6% | OSI 3.1 (median 5.2)

With its status as a core holding REIT, a history of 24 years of consecutive dividend increases, a dividend yield of 5.2% (latest monthly dividend of 0.2195¢ [Yahoo Finance]), and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Realty Income offers at an attractive entry point for the long-term dividend collector.

 

Southern Company (SO)  |$46.12 (less than 5 yr high/low monthly close midpoint of $47.13) | DY 5.0% (5yr median 4.7%) | 1% below 5 yr moving average (median -7%) | 14% correction from 5 yr high monthly close (median 11%) | 7 yr dividend growth 4% | OSI 1.5 (median 2.9)

With its status as a core holding utility, a history of 17 years of consecutive dividend increases, a dividend yield of 5.0% (latest quarterly dividend of 0.60¢ [Yahoo Finance]), and a price below the 5 yr moving average, Southern Company offers at an attractive entry point for the long-term dividend collector.

 

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