These Are The Five ‘Top 5%’ Stocks With Earnings Due This Week

These Are The Five ‘Top 5%’ Stocks With Earnings Due This Week

In looking at this market and the chatter that surrounds it I see two distinct views. The stock, which is still down by about one-third from its prerecession high, trades at just 13 times projected 2016 earnings and yields an attractive 3.4%. If interest rates ever rise, the bank should benefit from a widening spread between Stocks under 10 dollars its cost of funds and the interest rates borrowers pay.

Here at Zacks, we don’t generally classify stocks as cheap” or expensive,” and rather than looking at the stock’s face value, we have a system that puts an emphasis on earnings estimate revisions to find stocks that will hopefully be winners for investors.

Pretty simple – They currently sport a 1.90% dividend yield, have an 18.64% 5 year dividend growth track record, their 5 year yield is 1.40% (therefore, yielding higher than in the past) and a solid payout ratio of only 38.00%, adding plenty of room to continue an 18%+ growth to their dividend.

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Like Buffett, Sinegal believes that Wells has a vast and dense branch network, which allows the bank to maintain the top share in one third of its markets and an oligopolistic position as the second- or third-largest player in another one third of its markets.