7 Dividend Growth Stocks Hitting 52-Week Lows

linegraph-plunge-downThe following companies are setting new 52-week low prices and have at least 10 years of dividend growth (fast graphs aren’t updated with current price on all tickers):

AFL

“Aflac Inc is a general business holding company and acts as a management company. The Company sells supplemental health and life insurance in the United States and Japan.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $55.99
  • 52 week range: 55.94 – 67.62
  • Dividend Raises: 31 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 2.60 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 2.60 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 7.26 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 6.52 %

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BBL

“BHP Billiton PLC is engaged in minerals exploration, development, production & processing, and oil & gas exploration, development and production.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $52.98
  • 52 week range: 52.44 – 71.44
  • Dividend Raises: 11 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 4.70 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 3.60 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 6.26%
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 8.19 %

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DCI

“Donaldson Co Inc is a manufacturer of filtration systems and replacement parts. The Company’s product mix includes include dust, fume, and mist collectors, air filtration systems for gas turbines, PTFE membrane-based products, and others.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $37.35
  • 52 week range: 37.34 – 43.74
  • Dividend Raises: 19 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 1.70 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 1.10 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 29.84 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 22.11 %

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EMR

“Emerson Electric Co is engaged in designing and supplying products and technology, and delivering engineering services and solutions in industrial, commercial and consumer markets.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $58.67
  • 52 week range: 58.63 – 70.66
  • Dividend Raises: 57 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 2.90 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 2.90 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 7.77 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 5.56 %

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MCD

“McDonald’s Corp franchises and operates McDonald’s restaurants in the food service industry. Its geographic segments include the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $90.73
  • 52 week range: 90.53 – 103.78
  • Dividend Raises: 37 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 3.70 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 3.10 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 9.98 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 10.17 %

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PH

“Parker Hannifin Corp is a diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision engineered solutions for mobile, industrial and aerospace markets.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $103.12
  • 52 week range: 102.97 – 130.44
  • Dividend Raises: 58 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 1.80 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 1.70 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 11.93 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 13.97 %

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UTX

“United Technologies Corporation provides high technology products and services to the building systems and aerospace industries worldwide. Its segments are Otis, UTC Climate, Controls & Security, Pratt & Whitney, UTC Aerospace Systems, and Sikorsky.” – Seeking Alpha

  • Current Price: $99.31
  • 52 week range: 99.22 – 120.66
  • Dividend Raises: 19 years
  • Current Dividend Yield: 2.40 %
  • 5 Year Average Dividend Yield: 2.30 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 3 year Average: 9.25 %
  • Dividend Growth Rate 5 year Average: 8.92 %

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There are definitely a few attractive companies here for further research.   What have you been buying recently?

Full Disclosure: Long AFL, UTX

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12 thoughts on “7 Dividend Growth Stocks Hitting 52-Week Lows
    1. My Dividend Growth

      W2R,

      Thanks for checking in. Love your favorites there, personally I would include PH as well. I made a bonus buy today and it was none of these because the big bad JNJ went on sale. Hope all is well!

      Best,
      Ryan

       
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    1. My Dividend Growth

      DutchDividend,

      Thanks a ton! Glad to hear we’re thinking the same thing. I’ve made two UTX purchases these last two months, and I’m a big fan of the company. I love your blog and your charts are amazing! I’ll be happy to follow along with you.

      Best,
      Ryan

       
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  1. Dividend Mantra

    Ryan,

    Awesome list!

    You can’t deny the value in AFL. I actually think insurance in general makes sense, and continue to look at TRV, HCC, and CB to varying degrees. I definitely want to increase my exposure there.

    I’ve thought about adding to my AFL position, but I’ve got a great cost basis and the 100 shares I own are really enough for me right now.

    Best wishes!

     
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    1. My Dividend Growth

      Jason,

      Glad you liked the quick fire list. Gotta love AFL here, the gem hiding in plain sight. I say we trade shares and cost basis right now, what do you think? Hehe, I would love to get into TRV and CB at some point too and agree these insurance companies are looking mighty attractive, especially with interest rate increases around the corner. I also really like PH here, and am really wanting to buy in. So many options these days… Let’s hope it continues!

      Take care!
      Ryan

       
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  2. No More Waffles

    Ryan,

    Thanks for sharing this list! Most of the companies were on my watchlist already, but I’ve added some I didn’t know about yet.

    I was actually thinking of investing into BHP (BBL in the US) when my next paycheck hits. AFL is also on my radar, maybe I’ll jump into that one too since it’s such a solid dividend payer.

    Cheers,
    NMW

     
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    1. My Dividend Growth

      NMW,

      Thanks for the comment, I’m glad you liked this quick fire list. I’d be happy with either of those choices for your next purchase, and I’m especially fond of AFL at these prices, gotta love three decades of dividend growth. I’m eager to see where your cash goes with the next paycheck 🙂

      Best Wishes,
      Ryan

       
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  3. JC

    Lots of great companies here. I already own some AFL, EMR, MCD and UTX and wouldn’t mind adding to all but MCD, it’s a large portion of my portfolio currently. PH is a pretty interesting company as well. I’ve been on a bit of an industrial kick so maybe it’s time to finally give them a closer look.

     
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    1. My Dividend Growth

      JC,

      Wow, you’re on top of it owning all these great names! I only own two, hehe. Industrials are really looking attractive now that they’ve come down a bit, and I’ve been loading up too. I love everything I see and read about PH, except the low initial yield. That hasn’t set me back so far though, and if it stays down I might grab some. Great to hear from you.

      All my best,
      Ryan

       
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