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4 Good-Yielding Stocks With Low Price To Free Cash Flow And Low Debt

Published Sat, 29 Jun 2013 07:40:11 -0400 on Seeking Alpha

Many investors prefer using free cash flow instead of net income to measure a company's financial performance because free cash flow is more difficult to manipulate. Free cash flow is the operating cash flow minus capital expenditure. I have searched for very profitable companies that pay rich dividends and that have a very low price to free cash flow. Those stocks would have to show a very low debt and robust earnings growth prospects. I have elaborated a screening method, which shows stock candidates following these lines. Nonetheless, the screening method should only serve as a basis for further research. All the data for this article were taken from Yahoo Finance and finviz.com. The screen's formula requires all stocks to comply with all following demands: The forward dividend yield is greater than 3.0%. The payout ratio is less than 65%. The price to free cash flow is less than 15.... Read more

Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
SUN LIFE FINANCIAL 43.82   14.8 2.97 1.59 3.68
SILICON MOTION TECHNOLOGY 34.58   15.2 2.27 1.19 3.51
HORACE MANN EDUCATORS 47.68   16.9 2.82 1.15 2.49
MANTECH INTERNATIONAL 68.06   31.2 2.18 1.08 1.59


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