How to Find Dividend Yielding Stocks

And how to avoid seemingly high yield stocks that could end up not paying out.  

Kate Lin, CAIA 25 August, 2021 | 11:31
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The spate of regulatory interventions by the Chinese government has led to fear in the markets, and an overall correction. This has surfaced many cheap deals, including some dividend-paying stocks. If you are searching for sustainable yields, read on.

As stock prices fall, some names that do not usually pay a high dividend emerge as attractive. For example, education companies, targeted by the regulators, have become some of the best opportunities in the market, offering at least 5% of forward dividend yield and a deep fair value discount.

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Kate Lin, CAIA

Kate Lin, CAIA  is a Data Journalist for Morningstar Asia, and is based in Hong Kong

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