Dividend Stocks: Best Dividend Stocks Apr 2-6, 2018

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#1 CVBF – CVB Financial is the holding company of Citizens Business Bank. Citizens Business Bank, with $6.2 billion in assets, is the largest bank headquartered in the Inland Empire. Citizens Business Bank serves 40 cities through 45 banking centers in the Inland Empire, Orange and Los Angeles Counties and communities throughout the Central Valley of California.

Ex-Dividend Date 4APR (WEDNESDAY)
Pay Date 19APR

CVBF Revenue (TTM) ChartCVBF Dividend Chart


CVBF Stock, (1) When charted it shows the current stock has a higher Price to Yield which would indicate it may be Overvalued at this time.  (2) Stock is Above Industry P/E Avg.  (3) Below 60% Payout Ratio and Dividend Growth 4 Yr(s).  (4) P/B Value is 2.31, which is Lower than 3.0 where Value Investors would consider a value.

Stock Industry
P/E 24.1 18.0

DIVIDEND YIELD: ~2.49%
ANNUALIZED PAYOUT: $.56 Per Share
PAYOUT RATIO: 43.4%
DIVIDEND GROWTH: 4 Yr(s)
ANNUAL DIVIDEND GROWTH: 16.67%

 

 

 

#2 CSCO – Cisco Systems is a technology company that designs, manufactures, and sells networking equipment. The company focuses on three main segments which include Enterprise and Service Provider, Small Business and the Home. 

Ex-Dividend Date 4APR (WEDNESDAY)
Pay Date 25APR

CSCO Revenue (TTM) ChartCSCO Dividend Chart

CSCO
Stock, (1)
When charted it shows the current stock has a higher Price to Yield which would indicate it may be Overvalued at this time. (2) Stock is Under Industry P/E Avg. (3) Below 60% Payout Ratio and Dividend Growth 7 Yr(s). (4) P/B Value is 3.99, which is Higher than 3.0 where Value Investors would consider a value.

Stock Industry
P/E 21.89 26

DIVIDEND YIELD: ~3.09%
ANNUALIZED PAYOUT: $1.32 PER SHARE
PAYOUT RATIO: 56.7%
DIVIDEND GROWTH: 7 yrs
ANNUAL DIVIDEND GROWTH: 13.79%

 

 

 

#3 JPM – JPMorgan Chase & Co is a multinational banking and financial services company. The company provides investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity management. Based out of New York, New York, it is the largest bank in the United States in term of assets.

Ex-Dividend Date 5APR (THURSDAY)
Pay Date 30APR

JPM Revenue (TTM) ChartJPM Dividend Chart


JPM Stock,
(1) When charted it shows the current stock has a higher Price to Yield which would indicate it may be Overvalued at this time. (2) Stock is Under Industry P/E Avg. (3) Below 60% Payout Ratio and Dividend Growth 7 Yr(s). (4) P/B Value is 1.61, which is Lower than 3.0 where Value Investors would consider a value.

Stock Industry
P/E 19.5 20.9

DIVIDEND YIELD: ~2.07%
ANNUALIZED PAYOUT: $2.24 PER SHARE
PAYOUT RATIO: 25.2%
DIVIDEND GROWTH: 7 yrs
ANNUAL DIVIDEND GROWTH: 12.00%

 

 

 

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