In general, dividend investors have a conservative approach. The focus is on blue-chip stocks with a good track record of dividends. However, some high dividend-yield stocks do not represent blue-chip companies. Yet, the valuation and yield are attractive enough for investors to consider some exposure, with these companies having average to good fundamentals.
This column focuses on three high dividend-yield stocks that look attractive at current levels. Besides providing a dividend yield of over 10%, these stocks are also massively undervalued. In my view, the total returns in these dividend stocks to buy will likely be 100% in the next 12 months.
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