Yield-based analysis (dogcatcher) makes any group of stocks easier to understand. The “Best Dividends on Earth” reported by Kiplinger are detailed in two articles: European Aristocrats: 40 Top International Dividend Stocks, by Lisa Springer, April 8, 2021, and 65 Best Dividends You Can Count on, By Dan Burroughs, May 26, 2021.
Below is the January 5 data from YCharts for the 105 dividend-paying stocks in this Kiplinger-documented group.
The following fourteen people recognize the ideal dogcatcher model, i.e. delivering annual dividends from a $1,000 investment in excess of their individual stock prices:
Dogcatcher Ideal World Dogs for January 2022-23
Source: Kiplinger / YCharts.com
To find out which of these thirteen profit dogs are “safer”, head over to my Dividend Dogcatcher pages in Search of the Alpha Marketplace after January 12th, as directed by the last point at the top of this article.
Actionable conclusions (1-10): Analysts estimated 9.67% to 41.47% net gains for the top ten dividend stocks on Earth through January 2023
Three of these 10 “Best Dividends on Earth” by yield were also among the top 10 gainers for next year based on analysts’ one-year price targets. (They are colored gray in the chart below.) Thus, yield-based forecasts for December dogs were compiled by Wall St. Wizards have it 30% accurate.
Estimated dividends from $1,000 invested in each of the higher-yielding stocks added to the one-year average total prices targeted by analysts, generated the following results, as reported by YCharts. Note: One-year target prices have not been calculated by individual analysts. Ten potential profit-earning trades expected until January 5, 2023 are:
British American Tobacco PLC (BTI) was expected to net $414.67, based on average target price estimates from three analysts, plus annual earnings, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to 15% lower risk/volatility than the market as a whole.
Sanofi SA (SNY) was expected to net $297.91 based on dividends, plus average target price estimates from five brokers, minus transaction fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to risk/volatility of 39% less than the market as a whole.
Leggett & Platt Inc (LEG) was expected to net $238.84, based on dividends, plus average target price estimates from four analysts, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to a 46% greater risk/volatility than the market as a whole.
AT&T Inc (T) has a net worth of $229.26 based on average estimates from twenty analysts, plus dividends. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to a risk/volatility of 28% less than the market as a whole.
Unilever PLC (UL) was expected to net $200.98 based on average target estimates from two analysts, plus dividends, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to 55% less risk/volatility than the market as a whole.
VF Corp (VFC) was expected to net $177.53, based on dividends, plus average target price estimates from 23 analysts, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to a risk/volatility of 38% for the market as a whole.
Novartis AG (NVS) was expected to net $160.00 based on average target price estimates from four analysts, plus dividends, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to 50% less risk/volatility than the market as a whole.
Realty Income Corp (O) was expected to net $133.18 based on dividends, plus average target price estimates from eighteen analysts, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to a 20% risk/volatility in the market as a whole.
Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) was expected to net $100.38, based on average target price estimates from twenty-seven analysts, plus annual earnings, and lower broker fees. The beta number showed this estimate to be subject to a risk/volatility of 36% greater than the market as a whole.
Amcor PLC (AMCR) was expected to net $98.70 based on average target price estimates from seven analysts, plus annual dividends, and lower broker fees. A beta number was not available for AMCR.
The average net profit in dividend and price was estimated at 20.48% on a $10,000 investment of $1,000 in each of these 10 stocks. Gains estimates were subject to an average risk/volatility of 19% lower than the market as a whole.
Distributed dog base
Stocks earned the nickname “dog” by exhibiting three traits: (1) reliable and frequent dividend payments, (2) their prices had fallen to where (3) yield (earnings/price) grew higher than their peers. Thus, the highest-returning stocks of any group became known as “dogs”. More precisely, these are the so-called “underdogs”.
Top 50 Kiplinger Earning Stocks on Earth by January Target Earnings Estimates
Top 50 Kiplinger Stocks on Earth by January
Actionable Conclusions (11-20): Top Ten Dividend Stocks on Earth by Yield as of January 2022
The top ten stocks on the floor 1/5/22 by yield represent six of Morningstar’s eleven sectors. The top slot went to one of the three Financial Services Entities, M&G PLC (OTCPK: MGPUF) . The others took sixth and seventh place, Swiss Re AG (OTCPK: SSREY) , and Legal & General Group PLC (OTCPK: LGGNF) .
After that, two of Services 2nd and 8th place, Enagas SA (OTCPK: ENGGY) The Red Electrica Corporacion SA (OTCPK: RDEIY) .
Then the third and fifth places went to places defensive consumer Representatives, Imperial Brands PLC (OTCQX: IMBBY) and British American Tobacco plc . Single Telecommunications Services The actor took fourth place, AT&T Inc. .
one of energy The ninth sector was occupied by ExxonMobil Corp. . Finally, a technology The actor took 10th place, International Business Machines Corp (IBM)  To complete the Earth’s top ten yield by yield as of January 5th.
Actionable conclusions: (21-30) the top ten stocks on the ground showed 6.7% to 34.7% higher January prices while (31) the four bottom stocks fell 0.56% -12.45%
To determine ratings for the top dogs, analysts’ price-target estimates provided a “market sentiment” measure of upside potential. In addition to simple high-return metrics, average target price estimates for analysts have become another bargain spotting tool.
Analysts expect a 46.25% defect for five lowest price of 10 highest yielding, dividend stock on the floor as of January 5, 2023.
Ten profit dogs have been culled on Earth by yield for this update. Yield results (dividend/price) provided by YCharts arranged.
As mentioned above, ten Top Dividend Stocks on Earth have been shown 1/5/21 showing the highest dividend yields representing six out of eleven in the Morningstar sector chart.
Actionable conclusions: Analysts predicted the 5 lowest priced of the ten highest-returning stocks on Earth (32) at 6.55% vs. (33) 12.19% net gain for all ten through January 2023
$5,000 invested as $1,000 in each of the five lowest priced kennel stocks “Best Dividends on Earth” as per the year-over-year return analysts expected to yield 46.25% less than a $5,000 investment of $0.5K in ten all . British American Tobacco PLC was expected to have the eighth lowest price pick, best net profit of 41.47%.
The lowest priced “Dividend Stocks on Earth” on January 5 were: M&G PLC; Legal and Public Group PLC; Red Electrica Corporacion SA; Enagas SA; Imperial Brands PLC, priced from $2.82 to $22.57.
Five of the highest priced “floor shares” as of January 5 are: Swiss Re AG; AT&T Corporation, British American Tobacco PLC; Exxon Mobil Corporation; International Business Machines Corp., whose prices ranged from $25.38 to $123.02.
The distinction between five low-earning dogs and a common field of ten reflects Michael B. O’Higgins’ “basic method” for beating the Dow. The magnitude of the expected gains, based on analysts’ targets, added a unique element of “market sentiment” to gauge the potential for an upside. It saved the here and now equivalent of waiting a year to see what might happen in the market.
However, caution is advised, since historically analysts are only 20% to 90% accurate about the direction of change and only 0% to 20% accurate about the degree of change.
105 Highest Stock Dividend on Earth by Author
(Two are listed alphabetically by ticker symbol).
Source: Kiplinger Reports & YCharts
The following fourteen people understand the ideal of delivering annual dividends from a $1,000 investment that exceeds their individual stock prices:
Dogcatcher: The Best Distributed Dogs on Earth for January
Source: Kiplinger / YCharts.com
The current fair price against the top ten for the month of January
Since eight of the top 10 dividend stocks on Earth are now priced below the annual dividend paid out of a $1K investment, the following charts compare those eight plus two at current prices (top chart) with fair pricing for all of the top ten dogs matching this The model (middle chart). The bottom chart records comparisons between current and fair prices in dollars and percentages.
The above net profit/loss estimates did not take into account any external or domestic tax issues arising from the distributions. Consult your tax advisor regarding the source and consequences of “profits” from any investment.
The stocks listed above have only been suggested as potential reference points for the purchase or sale of Aristocrat International stock. These were not recommendations.
Disclaimer: This article is for informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice. Nothing contained herein constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, or endorsement of the purchase or sale of any security. The prices and returns on the stocks in this article are listed except as noted without consideration of fees, commissions, taxes, penalties or interest accrued due to the purchase, holding or sale.
Graphs and charts compiled by Rydlun & Co., LLC from data sourced from www.indexarb.com; YCharts.com; finance.yahoo.com; Analyzer means target price by YCharts. theDog art pen source from exchanenddogcatcher.com