“With the S&P 500 back near breakeven after this winter’s flame-out, valuations are again ticking higher. But no matter where the broader market’s headed, there are always top-quality dividend payers on sale. The key is to comb through unloved sectors and tease out strong businesses that have been tossed out with the laggards.” Today’s article highlights two companies – JPMorgan Chase and Union Pacific – that the author believes have been unfairly punished by investors but which, he asserts, “won’t be long in detention, [as] these businesses are too good, with management teams that are too shareholder friendly, to stay down for much longer.” For the author’s comprehensive assessment and forecast for each, CLICK HERE.
Unfairly Punished And Set To Soar?
- by Bob Mitchell