Standard AVB Financial Corp (STND) – Very Strong Yield But Lacking Dividend Growth

We are always on the prowl for an undervalued, dividend growth stock in the community banking sector. The two of us love banks and enjoy diving into their financial statements to uncover these gems. In today’s dividend stock analysis, we will review a $1b bank headquartered in Monroeville, PA: Standard AVB Financial Corp, STND.

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Bert’s February Dividend Income Summary

Not only have the markets been see-sawing, but so has the weather here in Cleveland.  From snowing one day to 50 degress the next day, it is wild!  Luckily though, spring training has started and baseball season is right around the corner.  Hopefully the Indians get off to a hot start.  Speaking of hot starts, Lanny kicked off our dividend income summary by showing how he and his wife earned almost $900 in dividend income in February and notch a 17% annual growth rate. Now, it is my turn.  Lets jump right in to my February dividend income summary. Dividend Income, dividend stocks, January dividend

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Expected Dividend Increase in March 2020

Each month, we summarize the dividend increases from the previous month and highlight the expected dividend increases in the coming month!  February had a lot of dividend increases, which was a blast to follow.  Things will slow down in March before ramping up again.   One thing I would like to note is that I made some formatting changes this month compared to last months.  I’ll discuss the changes in each section; however, each change was made to hopefully bring more valuable information to YOU while reading.  I’m excited for your feedback.  Here are the expected dividend increases in March!

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Expected Dividend Increases in February 2020

We are in the thick of winter here. Snow flurries are flying and temperatures are dropping.  The perfect time to sit inside with a warm cup of coffee, blog, and learn about dividend investing  Lanny just published an article explaining how dividends are taxed and the tax benefits of this passive income stream.  Lower tax rates are just another reason why we love dividend investing.   Another reason we love this investing strategy is because of the dividend increases.  We monitor each dividend increase like a hawk; we celebrate the strong increases and shake our heads after a disappointing increase.  That’s why each month, we publish an article exclusively focusing on the expected dividend increases in the coming month.  Here are the expected dividend increases in February.

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Bert’s December Dividend Income Summary

Well, Lanny started our dividend income summary party off with quite a bang.  Almost $5,500 Lanny!  U n b e l i e v a b l e.  That is how you motivate me and the rest of this awesome dividend investing community.   Like Lanny, I am happy to say that my wife and I posted a personal record in December and I’m excited to share the results!

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Bert’s January Dividend Stock Watch List

The market has continued to soar in December.  The impressive rally has helped everyone’s portfolios continue to soar to record heights.  I must admit, it is a lot of fun watching your portfolio’s market value continue to climb.  Unfortunately, there is one con to a booming stock market.  There are not a lot of stocks trading at a value!  But even with record prices, a few companies have caught my attention and earned a place on my January dividend stock watch list.

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Bert’s November Dividend Income Summary

Thanksgiving is behind us and we are quickly racing towards Christmas and Hanukkah.  It has truly been a pleasure watching my wife experience the holidays for the first time with our daughter.  I wish I could describe the feeling more, but all I know is that I am loving every second of the experience.  With another month behind us, it is time to once again review the results and see how our dividend income stacks up against last year.  Let’s dive into our November dividend income summary.

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