Thursday, April 07, 2016
Seven Top Stocks Under $7 per Share All Paying Dividends
Often low priced stocks are indicative of lower quality companies. But there are alway gems in the junk. Here are several examples, all of which pay dividends.
Computer Task Group Inc. (CTG), in the business of IT solutions and staffing services company, sells for a little over $5 a share. The stock trades at 13 times trailing earnings and 15 times forward earnings. It pays a generous yield of 4.7%.
Digirad Corporation (DRAD) provides diagnostic solutions, and it also sells for around $5 a share. The stock has a price to earnings ratio of 5 and a forward P/E of 15. It also pays a healthy yield amounting to 4.1%.
The investment management company Fortress Investment Group LLC (FIG), trades for around $4.60 per share, with a trailing P/E of 15 and a forward P/E of 5. The stock sports a very high yield of 6.7%.
The Hong Kong based company, Highway Holdings Limited (HIHO), has a great stock ticker symbol. It markets metal, plastic, electric, and electronic components. Trading for this stock, which is at $4.50, is very light. The stock trades at 15 times earnings and yields an extremely high 8.8%.
GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (GSB) is a provider of software applications and cloud solutions, with a trailing P/E of 18 and a forward P/E of 13. The yield is a moderate yield of 1.6%. The stock currently trades at $3.88 per share.
LRAD Corporation (LRAD) markets directed sound technologies and products. The stock trades at 6 times earnings and pays a yield of 2.3%. The stock sells for less than $2 per share.
Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (MGIC) is an Israeli company that provides application development and software solutions, and sells for about $6.50 per share. The stock trades at 18 times trailing earnings and 8 times forward earnings. It pays a decent yield of 2.7%.
Hopefully, many of these low priced stocks will become high priced stocks. If you like interesting stocks lists like this, check out many of the free lists at WallStreetNewsNetwork.com.
Disclosure: Author didn't own any of the above at the time the article was written.