Buying dividend stocks trading at discount pricing is generally a smart idea. Such equities give owners the dual benefit of price appreciation potential in their forward-looking target prices. And two, they also provide nominal income through their periodic dividends.
Each of these stocks checks those boxes. They are discounted based on their average target stock price, and they provide stable dividends. It’s reasonable to argue that dividend stocks currently have an additional advantage because their income is handsome as the economy weakens.
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