10 Undervalued Companies That Highly Value Women

The gender pay gap is so pernicious that one research firm estimates that true equal pay will not be achieved until 2069. That same firm found that only 52% of U.S.-based companies have anti-sexual-harassment policies. Despite these disappointing statistics, there are companies that strongly value women – and today’s article identifies ten high-quality companies that “have embraced strong gender diversity practices and demonstrate a commitment to equal opportunity.” More importantly for investors, each of these companies is currently undervalued. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Expand Your Understanding Of ‘Yield’ And Widen Your Opportunity Set

Of the two ways companies can return cash to shareholders – dividends and share buybacks – which is better for investors? How about a combination of both! Many companies that buy back shares also pay dividends – and the author of today’s article points out that “by including buybacks in their definition of ‘yield’, yield-seeking investors can greatly widen their opportunity set.” For 10 undervalued companies that are standouts when it comes to total shareholder yield, CLICK HERE.

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These Companies Are Undervalued, Growing Earnings & Guru-Approved

A railroad operator, a Canadian bank, a global healthcare company with a focus on diabetes care, a tobacco company, and a biotech focused on treatments for unmet medical needs make up the five companies highlighted in today’s article as being undervalued and having grown their earnings per share over a five-year period, with the author noting that “Companies that are growing their earnings are often good investments because they can return a solid profit to investors.” For these five stocks that are attracting the interest of investing gurus, CLICK HERE.

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These Undervalued Companies Are Big On Rewarding Shareholders

2018-07-16 07_50_20-50+ Beautiful Company Photos · Pexels · Free Stock PhotosCompanies that want to deploy extra cash in a way that benefits shareholders quickly can pay dividends or buy back shares – and, as the author of today’s article notes, “…it’s often not an either-or proposition anyway: many companies pay dividends and opportunistically buy back shares.” She proceeds to identify ten undervalued companies that are doing just that – sharing profits with shareholders through dividends, share buyback programs or, in most cases, both. For more, CLICK HERE.

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