The goal of today’s article is identifying stocks that are high-yielding and which have the ability to sustain those high yields for years to come (with the latter being assessed by, among other criteria, whether the firms in question have significant, long-lasting competitive advantages). Specifically, the author highlights the ten cheapest stocks that meet this index’s criteria, as well as the most recent additions to the index – and the stocks that were most recently removed from the index after no longer making the cut. CLICK HERE.
High-Yielding And Financially Healthy Stocks: Who’s In, Who’s Out – And Who’s Cheap?
- by Bob Mitchell
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