The market has been beating down consumer staple stocks lately, which shouldn’t exactly be a surprise to my fellow dividend growth investors. Lanny detailed this trend last month in his infamous “Battle of the Consumer Staple Stocks,“ ultimately showing how some of the best consumer staple stocks are trading at a nice discount. The trend has still continued to this day, which is great because I love consumer staple stocks. This was probably evidenced by the fact that I purchased P&G twice in April! I’m back on the lookout for another purchase as I have some capital to deploy. With the introduction I have written, it shouldn’t be a surprise, but my watch list is going to be heavily focused in consumer staples sector. Let’s check out the four companies on my May Dividend Stock Watch List.
After seeing such incredible numbers posted in our latest edition of our monthly dividend income summary from other bloggers in the dividend growth investing community, I am extremely motivated to invest some extra capital and help push my dividend income forward. Even though I am working hard to earn extra cash via side hustles to try to pay down our debt as fast as possible, I decided that there was a little room to still invest on the side. How could I resist buying a potentially undervalued dividend growth stock after all? This month, I’ve targeted four companies for my September stock watch list. Let’s see who I am keeping my eye on!
The first quarter is racing to a close here! It has been over a month since my last stock purchase, T.Rowe Price Group, and I am starting to get the itch to buy again! The market has presented a few opportunities that caught my eye over the last few weeks. Here are the three stocks on my March watch list and hopefully you will be writing about another purchase article soon!
Time for a dividend stock analysis over a company we are all well aware of, are one of our dividend aristocrats and is a legacy type stock. We all have seen the commercials, definitely have had a bite of their branded products and is a staple in almost every household. Who else doesn’t want a jolly green giant, multi grain crunching cereal with a little “woo hoo” from a poke in the stomatch? Yes, I am referring to the General Mills (GIS) company who pumps over $19 billion in sales annually (combined domestic and international). Let’s see how good that honey bee tastes!