Published Wed, 29 Jul 2020 18:11:47 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Seeking AlphaDividend StrategyFull-Cycle Investing Vs. DGI And High-Yield Investing In 2020Jul. 29, 2020 6:11 PM ET|| Includes: ALGN, AME, AMP, AZO, BK, BK.PC, CMCSA, COST, DLTR, FLIR, GPC, HFC, HOLX, MCHP, NOBL, PNC, PNC.PP, PNC.PQ, PNCFO, ROST, SPY, SPYD, SYK, SYY, TSCO, USB, USB.PA, USB.PH, USB.PM, USB.PO, USB.PP, VLO, WMTby: Cory CramerCory Cramer The Cyclical Investor’s ClubOne-of-kind research using historical cycles to identify tops and bottomsSummaryThis article examines the appeal of income and dividend investing, particularly as investors approach retirement.
It examines the appeal of dividends and how my style of investing (Full-Cycle Investing) has performed from a dividend perspective.
I find that Full-Cycle Investing may be superior to DGI for dividend income and superior to High-Yield investor for capital preservation.
In the end, Full-Cycle Investing may offer the best mix of capital preservation and dividend income for retired investors who like dividends as well as those investors far from retirement.
I recently wrapped up a series of articles in which I shared all of the S&P 500 stocks that I purchased in 2020. In total, there were twenty stocks I purchased that were members of the S&P 500 index and I wrote an article on each of them explaining the methodology and thought process behind the purchases and also comparing the individual returns to the full S&P 500 index. At various points in the series, I frequently received questions or comments regarding dividends. In the next section, I'll explain my thoughts on dividends an the role they play in my investing approach, but the question I wondered about as I was writing the series was what my yield-on-cost was for this group of 20 stocks that I purchased using my Full-Cycle Investing approach, and how that YOC compared to a dividend growth or high-yield approach.
Since most of the time dividends aren't a factor in my investment decisions, I was curious if the... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|PNC FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP||137.17||12.4||11.06||4.60||3.34|
|BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON||46.31||12.0||3.85||1.24||2.71|
|SPDR S&P 500 ETF||301.29||0.0||0.00||5.42||1.82|
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