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Pfizer Dog of the Dow #4, Pfizer (PFE)
The #4 dog of the dow for 2012 is Pfizer, (Ticker symbol PFE). Pfizer is a 166 billion dollar cap company, a bit larger than the last pharmaceutical business I covered, Merck. Pfizer is a very old company, even older than Merck, established back in 1849. However, Pfizer wasn’t added to the Dow until 2004.
Pfizer is probably most well known for their miracle drug for some men and marriages – Viagra. Pfizer is also well known just recently in 2009 for illegal marketing of four different drugs, Bextra, Geodon, Zyvox and Lyrica. This was the 4th time Pfizer was in trouble in the last 10 years for these practices. During 2009, PFE also cut their dividend in half based on many different issues with the company. It went from 32 cents a quarter to 16 cents a quarter. The stock fell as low as 12 dollars a share.
After 2009, PFE has come back from 12 dollars a share to just under 22 dollars a share today. The dividend has also been increased, though not back to levels in 2008. The current quarterly dividend is 22 cents a share. Its current dividend yield is 4.06%. The increase in dividend has boosted the stock from a 19 dollar a share stock to nearly 22 a share. Also the dark cloud over drug stocks has started to clear and the public has started to favor them once again.
PFE earnings were $2.23 a share for 2010, and are projected to be around $2.29 for 2011 and $2.30 for 2012. This equates to an average P/E ratio of about 17. Earnings projections for 2012 have continued to decrease over the past 90 days.
My unofficial estimate is that PFE has maxed out around $22 a share, and may actually lose value during the year. By the end of the year, being a Dog, it will gain a slight bit of value. However, there are better Dogs to buy. PFE will finish 2012 at around $23 a share.

Disclosure: I currently do not own any shares of PFE nor do I plan to purchase any in the next few days.

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Dog of the Dow #4 Pfizer, was originally posted on January 31, 2012.

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Oct 212014
 

Hello loyal readers.  As I stated in a previous post, I have not added as many new articles to the website as I have previous.  I have focused most of my attention on the website http://seekingalpha.com/  where my author page is http://seekingalpha.com/author/jonathan-wolfe

I recently became Seeking Alpha Certified, and I believe currently my exposure on there will help traffic and ideas for my personal website.  Hang with me as I improve my writing and this  website and feel free to comment or email if you have any questions about anything  stock market related!

 

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Mar 272012
 

intel Dog of the Dow #8, Intel (INTC)The #8 dog of the Dow for 2012 is Intel, (Ticker symbol INTC).  Intel is an American semiconductor manufacturer.  They are the largest and most profitable chip maker in the world.  Intel is a 133 billion dollar cap company; and had a record 54 billion in sales in 2011.  Intel is headquartered in Santa Clara California.  The company was founded in 1968.  Intel is the youngest Dog of the Dow.

A theme of most of these Dogs of the Dow has been their stock history with growth.  However Intel has not followed that same pattern.  Intel saw a giant boom from 1998-2000 with the tech stock run up.  However, the stock fell off a cliff, so to speak and went from over 75 bucks a share in 2000 to 13 in 2002.  Since then, Intel has gone from a high PE tech stock to a solid blue chip company.

Since 2002, Intel has shown some growth, and is now around 27 dollars a share.  Intel has shown significant dividend growth during this time.  In 2003, the quarterly dividend was 2 cents a quarter and today it is 21 cents a share.

As mention above, Intel has continually increased their dividend for over the last 10 years.  The current quarterly dividend is 21 cents a share.  Its current dividend yield is 3.10%.  I fully expect that Intel will keep their dividend solid at this value and more than likely even increase this dividend before the end of 2012.

Intel’s earnings were reported at $2.44 for 2011 and projected to be $2.44 for 2012 and $2.62 for 2013.  This is a company that is continuing to grow, even with strong competition from other chip companies such as AMD.  All of this equates to an average P/E ratio of around 10.5.  Forward PE for 2012 is holding steady at 10.5.

My unofficial estimate is that INTC will increase in value as one of the Dogs of the Dow.  This Dog of the Dow will be at $32 a share by the end of the year, and the quarterly dividend will pay you 84 cents or maybe even a little more for the year.  Intel reminds me a lot of Microsoft, which was a tech stock that has been held down over the past many years until it established itself as a strong blue chip stock.  Intel stock will continue to provide solid earnings for the next many years, and could be a great buy and hold stock.  I expect Intel to break it open as the economy improves.

Disclosure: I currently do not own any shares of INTC.

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Mar 072012
 

johnson johnson logo Dog of the Dow #7, Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
The #7 dog of the dow for 2012 is Johnson & Johnson, (Ticker symbol JNJ).  JNJ is a multinational pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer packaged goods company. JNJ is a 176 billion dollar cap company; and had nearly 62 billion in revenue in 2011.  JNJ is headquartered in North Brunswick New Jersey.  The company was founded in 1887.  A neat fact about JNJ is that they registered hundreds of prized domain names during the 1990’s before the real large internet boom.

A theme of most of these Dogs of the Dow has been their stock history with growth.  JNJ had extensive growth from 1984 to 2002, where the stock went from around 2 dollars a share to 65 dollars a share.  The stock is still at that price today.  Since 2002, JNJ has mostly stayed in the 60-65 dollar range, minus a period in 2003-2004 and the 2009 crash.

Though JNJ has not shown any real growth in the last 10 years, it has shown significant dividend growth during this time.  In 2002, the quarterly dividend was 18 cents a quarter and today it is 57 cents a share.

As mention above, JNJ has continually increased their dividend for over the last couple decades.  The current quarterly dividend is 57 cents a share.  Its current dividend yield is 3.50%.  I fully expect that JNJ will keep their dividend solid at this value and more than likely even increase this dividend before the end of 2012.

JNJ’s earnings were reported at $4.80 for 2011 and projected to be $5.11 for 2012 and $5.44 for 2013.  This is a company that is continuing to grow, after a year of beating earnings every quarter.  All of this equates to an average P/E ratio of just under 13.  Forward PE for 2012 is looking closer to 12 at the current projections.

My unofficial estimate is that JNJ will hold pretty steady as one of the Dogs of the Dow.  This Dog of the Dow will be at $68 a share by the end of the year, and the quarterly dividend will pay you 2.28 or maybe even a little more for the year.  JNJ’s growth numbers look strong, but the stock did not break through even with consistently beating earnings in 2011.  This stock will continue to provide solid earnings for the next many years, and could be a great buy and hold stock.  I just would not expect a large breakthrough gain from JNJ.

Disclosure: I currently do not own any shares of JNJ nor do I plan to purchase any in the near future.

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For frequent viewers of my site, don’t think I have slacked off because I’m not producing the 2-3 dividend articles a week that I was, I have just shifted some attention to the website http://seekingalpha.com/

I am hoping to build a larger audience and following through a site which will republish my articles on major sites and hopefully be able to provide exclusive content here for my readers.  I will continue to write the “Dogs of the Dow” series, and some other tips and hot picks.

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dupont logo Dog of the Dow #6, DuPont (DD)

The #6 dog of the dow for 2012 is DuPont, (Ticker symbol DD).  DuPont is the 3rd largest chemical company in the United States, and is a 47 billion dollar cap company; DuPont is headquartered in Wilmington Delaware.  DuPont is an extremely old company, established back in 1802 as a gunpowder mill.  DuPont’s main items are manufacturing polymers, paints and refrigerants.

A theme of most of these Dogs of the Dow has been their stock history with growth.  DuPont had extensive growth from 1985 to 1998, where the stock went from around 8 dollars a share to 77 dollars a share.  The stock has not seen this value again.  After 1999, DD fell and settled around the low 40 dollar a share range with no growth.  After the 2009 crash, the stock went below 20 dollars a share, however DuPont finally had a great growth period, reaching values above 55 dollars a share.

DuPont had their stock fall back to the 38 dollar range just back in October.  The stock was clearly undervalued at that point and it has been on the run, back up to 51 dollars a share here at the end of January 2012.

DuPont has kept a solid dividend since 2008.  The current quarterly dividend is 41 cents a share.  Its current dividend yield is 3.23%.  I fully expect that DuPont will keep their dividend solid at this value.

DD earnings were $3.68 a share for 2010, and were just reported at $3.93 for 2011 and projected to be $4.26 for 2012 and $4.78 for 2013.  This is a company that is continuing to grow, after some years of slow growth.  All of this equates to an average P/E ratio of just under 14.  Forward PE for 2012 is looking closer to 13 at the current projections.

My unofficial estimate is that DD will grow slowly as one of the Dogs of the Dow.  This Dog of the Dow will be at $55 a share by the end of the year, and the quarterly dividend will pay you 1.64 for the year.  DD’s growth numbers look strong, but chemical stocks are not favored in the market currently.  However this would be a great buy and hold stock for a multi-year period.  Just don’t expect huge gains here in 2012.

Disclosure: I currently do not own any shares of DD nor do I plan to purchase any in the near future.

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Feb 162012
 

GE Logo Dog of the Dow #5, General Electric (GE)

The #5 dog of the dow for 2012 is General Electric, (Ticker symbol GE).  General Electric is the 6th largest company in the United States, and is a 200 billion dollar cap company; General Electric was founded in Schenectady New York.  GE is a very old company, established back in 1892.  GE is currently split up in four segments, Technology Infrastructure, Energy, Capital Finance and Consumer & Industrial.

In 1896, GE was one of the original 12 companies to be listed on the newly founded Dow Jones Industrial Exchange.  It is the only one that remains today from the original 12.

GE went through a 20 year period of exceptional growth, where the stock value went from 1 dollar a share (split adjusted) in 1980, to a high of 59.88 in August of 2000.  However after 2000, GE has experienced a significant drop in their stock value.  Over the next two and a half years, GE lost over half of their value, as the stock fell in the 22 dollar range, during the 2003 recession.

GE once again came back, experiencing strong growth into 2008, with share prices going over 40 dollars a share.  A solid dividend of 31 cents a quarter made it a strong stock during this period.  Then 2009 happened, and the stock fell all the way to 7.06 a share.  GE had to change course of their company.

During 2009, GE cut back their dividend from 31 cents a quarter to 10 cents a quarter.  GE has come back from 7.06 a share to just over 19 dollars a share today.  The dividend has also been increased, though not back to levels in 2008.  The current quarterly dividend is 17 cents a share.  Its current dividend yield is 3.6%.  However, I would believe that GE will probably boost their dividend once again in 2012, working it back towards the levels we seen in 2008.

GE earnings were $1.24 a share for 2010, and were just reported at $1.37 for 2011 and projected to be $1.56 for 2012 and $1.75 for 2013.  This is a company that is continuing to grow, even though it’s already huge.  All of this equates to an average P/E ratio of about 15.  Forward PE for 2012 is looking closer to 12 at the current projections.

My unofficial estimate is that GE will be the big winner in the Dogs of the Dow.  This Dog of the Dow will be at $25 a share by the end of the year, and the quarterly dividend will be increased to 19 cents.  GE has made money for its investors for almost a century, and minus the 10 years which have been up and down, its ready to be a top stock once again.

GE was a Dog of the Dow back in 2009.  Even with their poor year in 2009, if you bought the stock the first week of January, then sold it the first week of January in 2010, you would have still made a profit.  This is why, as I stated above, I will bet on GE making you a profit for 2012.

Disclosure: I currently do not own any shares of GE.  However, I may place a limit order on the stock during the month of February.

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A strong dividend play is investing in high yield utility stocks.  Most investors are aware of this strategy, much more than the investments in Business Development Companies or Real Estate Investment Trusts, which I have written articles on here in the past.  Utility stocks are usually considered safe dividend stocks, due to the constant demand for their services (electricity, water, gas, etc).  This article is going to focus on high yield utility stocks in the electric sector.  I am going to even focus even deeper and talk about electric companies with generation and distribution pieces.

Q3 (Sep ’11) Q4 (Dec ’11)

2011

EXC -Exelon
Net profit margin

14.26%

13.01%

Operating margin

24.98%

23.35%

EBITD margin

30.31%

Return on average assets

4.45%

4.65%

Return on average equity

16.91%

17.86%

Employees

19,214

P/E Ratio

10.67

Dividend Yield %

5.24%

DUK – Duke Corporation
Net profit margin

11.83%

9.25%

Operating margin

19.35%

16.17%

EBITD margin

28.69%

Return on average assets

3.12%

2.27%

Return on average equity

8.33%

5.95%

Employees

18,440

P/E Ratio

15.52

Dividend Yield %

4.66%

SO – Southern Company
Net profit margin

7.49%

12.84%

Operating margin

15.94%

23.96%

EBITD margin

33.69%

Return on average assets
Return on average equity
Employees

25,940

P/E Ratio

17.26

Dividend Yield %

4.23%

D – Dominion Resources
Net profit margin

10.41%

19.61%

Operating margin

21.90%

37.51%

EBITD margin

44.45%

Return on average assets

3.63%

6.98%

Return on average equity

13.49%

25.56%

Employees

15,800

P/E Ratio

19.03

Dividend Yield %

4.26%

TE – Teco Energy
Net profit margin

7.10%

8.16%

Operating margin

17.37%

18.59%

EBITD margin

28.30%

Return on average assets

2.92%

3.74%

Return on average equity

9.42%

12.29%

Employees

4,233

P/E Ratio

14.12

Dividend Yield %

4.94%

PPL – PPL Corporation
Net profit margin

14.39%

 9.60%

11.44%

Operating margin

25.13%

 20.37%

23.71%

EBITD margin

33.42%

Return on average assets

4.42%

 3.89%

3.86%

Return on average equity

16.49%

 14.88%

15.17%

Employees

13,809

P/E Ratio

10.85

Dividend Yield %

5.05%

PGN – Progress Energy
Net profit margin

10.67%

8.51%

Operating margin

25.12%

20.16%

EBITD margin

29.19%

Return on average assets

3.52%

2.70%

Return on average equity

11.58%

8.83%

Employees

11,000

P/E Ratio

20.61

Dividend Yield %

4.55%

FE – First Energy Corp
Net profit margin

10.79%

5.70%

Operating margin

21.66%

13.53%

EBITD margin

19.12%

Return on average assets

4.33%

2.20%

Return on average equity

15.74%

9.17%

Employees

13,330

P/E Ratio

17.75

Dividend Yield %

5.16%

 

Exelon – EXC is the largest power producer in the United States.  Not sure if its merger issues or what, that has the stock stale at about 40 dollars a share.  EXC has extremely positive numbers with over a 5% dividend yield and a PE ratio of just over 10.  The other numbers above show a positive trend and larger profit margins than most over utilities listed.

Duke Energy – DUK is approaching a price high they haven’t seen since late in 2006.  The stock is approaching 22 dollars a share.  DUK has a very strong dividend yield of 4.66% and a PE of 15.52.  DUK is also showing positive growth in net profit margin and operating margin, but not the same margins that Exelon is showing.

Southern Company – SO has just came off of an all-time high and their stock is sitting just below 45 dollars a share.  SO continues to show strong net profit and operating margins as well as increasing dividend payouts.  SO yields 4.23% with a PE of just over 17.

Dominion Resources – D just like Southern Company is coming off of an all-time high, and their stock is sitting just below 50 dollars a share.  D has shown some of the strongest margins over the past couple of years, but their margins have slipped the past couple quarters.  D yields the same as SO, with a 4.23% yield and a slightly higher PE of just over 19.

TECO Energy – TE, is the smallest company I have listed here.  I have included TE here due to their high dividend yield, 4.99% and their PE of 14.  But buyer beware as they just missed earnings for the 4th quarter, with lower revenues.  However, they did increase the dividend once again, so keep an eye on TECO.

PPL Corporation – PPL beat 4th quarter earnings estimates by 8 cents a share.  PPL like TECO decided to raise their dividend 1 cent per quarter to 36 cents a quarter.  PPL has a 5.06% yield and a PE of 10.85.

Progress Energy – PGN sits in the same mold as DUK, SO, and D with its stock at an all-time high.  PGN has a 4.54% yield and a PE of over 20.

First Energy – FE has been a stock laying around 40-42 dollars a share for quite some time.  FE has a PE of just under 18, and a yield of 5.16%.

I could have written pages on each of these companies and reasons of why and why not to buy these stocks.  I want to make this as simple as I could for everyone reading this.

Avoid SO, D, PGN, and DUK.  All these stocks are at or near all-time highs.  There are better stocks in this sector for growth.  Double avoid SO and D as their profit and operating margins have fallen quite a bit.

Watch and wait on TETE has fallen from over 19 at the start of the year into the mid 17’s.  As mentioned, their earnings report was well short this quarter, but I believe this is a stock to buy if it falls to 16 a share.

These are the stocks to buy from this article, EXC, PPL and FE.  Why these three?  All three have dividend yields over 5%.  All three stocks are well below their all-time highs and they have room to grow.  EXC and PPL show PE ratios that are under 11.  FE has shown increases in profit and operating margins.  These are the high yield utility stocks you should look to invest your money in.

Full disclosure: I own PPL, and DUK.  After research/writing this article, I am planning to sell DUK, and placing an order on EXC.  I will also place a limit order in for TE at 15.90 a share.  I also work for PPL, and I am long in my position with PPL.  I have not given any inside information on PPL in this article and all information in this article for PPL is readily available on their quarterly and annual reports available on their internet website.

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