Stock Alert: 29 September 2018

Realty Income (O)

  • Closed at $56.89 with a dividend yield of 4.6% that is equal to the 5 year median.
  • Realty Income has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 3% over the last 12 months.
  • Closing price is 9% above the 5 year moving average and has corrected 20% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $71.47 (July 2016).
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 7% over the last 5 years.
  • On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 1.2 (9.5 or > is significant).
  • Realty Income is at a reasonable entry point for those looking to reinvest dividends.

 

Southern Co (SO)

  • Closed at $43.60 with a dividend yield of 5.5% that is 16% greater than the 5 year median of 4.8%.
  • Southern Co has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 17% over the last 12 months and is 7% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $47.13.
  • Closing price is 7% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 19% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $53.63 (July 2016).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 3% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price growth rate of 1%.
  • On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 4.5 which greater than the median over the last 5 years.
  • Southern Co is at an attractive entry point for those looking to reinvest dividends.

 

** Recent negative quarterly sales reports from packaged food companies have continued the downward pressure on stock prices in this portion of the consumer staples sector.  As a result, several of the companies are at attractive entry points.

 

General Mills (GIS)

  • Closed at $42.92 with a dividend yield of 4.6% that is 47% greater than the 5 year median of 3.1%.
  • General Mills has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 28% over the last 12 months and is 25% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $57.09.
  • Closing price is 22% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 40% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $71.89 (July 2016).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 5% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price rate of -2%.
  • The On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 8.3 which greater than the median over the last 5 years.
  • General Mills is at an attractive entry point for those looking to reinvest dividends.

 

Anheuser Busch In Bev (ADR)  (BUD)

  • Closed at $87.57 with a dividend yield of 4.9% that is 57% greater than the 5 year median of 3.2%.
  • BUD has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 29% over the last 12 months and is 22% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $112.45.
  • The close is the lowest monthly close in the last 5 years.
  • Closing price is 23% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 33% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $131.68 (July 2016).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 2% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price rate of -2%.
  • The On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 12.6 which is 120% greater than the median over the last 5 years.  This is a very significant reading.
  • BUD is at a very attractive entry point for those looking for above average long term price appreciation potential.  **Investors should check with their brokerage company to determine if BUD is eligible for automatic reinvesting before investing for dividend reinvesting purposes.

 

Kraft Heinz (KHC)

  • Closed at $55.11 with a dividend yield of 4.5% that is 42% greater than the 5 year median of 3.2%.
  • Kraft Heinz has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 32% over the last 12 months and is 24% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $72.27.
  • The close is the lowest monthly close in the last 4 years.
  • Closing price is 24% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 40% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $92.20 (May 2017).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 4% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price rate of 1%.
  • The On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 12.4 which is 63% greater than the median over the last 5 years.  This is a significant reading.
  • Kraft Heinz is at a very attractive entry point for those looking to reinvest dividends and for those looking for long term price appreciation potential as well.

 

J M Smucker (SJM)

  • Closed at $102.61 with a dividend yield of 3.3% that is 35% greater than the 5 year median of 2.5%.
  • J M Smucker has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 19% over the last 12 months and is 18% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $125.28.
  • The close is the lowest monthly close in the last 3 years.
  • Closing price is 12% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 33% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $154.16 (July 2016).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 8% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price rate of 0%.
  • The On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 9.6 which is 59% greater than the median over the last 5 years.  This is a significant reading.
  • J M Smucker is at a very attractive entry point for those looking to reinvest dividends.

 

*** For those who are more risk tolerant and looking primarily for price appreciation potential, Schlumberger (SLB), the world’s largest oilfield services company, closed at the lowest monthly close in 6 years. 

  • Closed at $60.92 with a dividend yield of 3.3% that is 97% greater than the 5 year median of 1.7%.
  • Schlumberger has underperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 17% over the last 12 months and is 32% below the 5 year high-low close buy point of $90.02.
  • The close is the lowest monthly close in the last 6 years.
  • Closing price is 24% below the 5 year moving average and has corrected 48% from the highest monthly close in the last 5 years of $117.95 (June 2014).  Both of these readings are significant.
  • The dividend has grown at a compounding rate of 13% over the last 5 years and is greater than the compounding price rate of -7%.
  • The On Sale Indicator (OSI) is 15.2 which is 89% greater than the median over the last 5 years.  This is a very significant reading.
  • Schlumberger is at a very attractive entry point for those looking for above average long term price appreciation potential.

 

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