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Ennis makes the list

According to the GuruFocus All-In-One Screener, a Premium feature, the following stocks were trading near their 52-week highs while also having low price-earnings ratios as of Feb. 6. These companies also have a high dividend yield.

First of Long Island

First of Long Island Corp. (FLIC) was trading with a price-earnings ratio of 13.83, which is lower than 38% of companies in the banks industry. The stock has climbed 10% over the past 12 months and is now trading 8.42% below its 52-week high

The financial services company has a market cap of $565.65 million. Its earnings per share

54 Views    Tiziano Frateschi    2020-02-06 19:12
Two financial companies on the list

According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, the following stocks have high dividend yields but performed poorly over the last 12 months.

Anworth Mortgage Asset Corp. (ANH)’s dividend yield is 12.75% with a payout ratio of 157%. Over the last 52 weeks, the share price has fallen 5.5%. The stock is trading with a price-sales ratio of 8.41 and a price-earnings ratio of 11.8.

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The company, which operates in the business of investment, financing and management, has a market cap of $432.26 million and a profitability and growth rating of 1 out of 10.

106 Views    Tiziano Frateschi    2019-01-25 17:24

President & CEO of Financial Institutions Inc (FISI) Martin Kearney Birmingham bought 5,000 shares on July 28 at an average price of $22.51. The total transaction amount was $112,550.

Financial Institutions was organized in 1931 under the laws of New York State. Financial Institutions Inc has a market cap of $315.800 million; its shares were traded at around $22.80 with a P/E ratio of 12.50 and P/S ratio of 2.70. The dividend yield of Financial Institutions Inc stocks is 3.30%. Financial Institutions Inc had an annual average earnings growth of 4.70% over the past 5 years.

Martin Birmingham, also called

382 Views    alicet236    2014-07-30 16:14

Over the past seven days we’ve seen several CEOs making sizeable buys as well as several coming from the companies’ CFOs. It is interesting to note when a CEO, or even a CFO, buys because these insiders supposedly have the most intimate knowledge of their company's workings.

The following two company leaders each come from various sectors of the market, but they each reported insider buys with transaction amounts valued at over $100,000. According to GuruFocus Insider Data these are the largest CEO buys occurring over the past week.

Core Laboratories (CLB)

Over the past week Core Laboratories’ Executive

1107 Views    Monica Wolfe    2014-07-29 20:46
Investing in [b]dividend growth stocks[/b] is not about buying a current high yield, but instead building a high yield-on-cost over time. One of the criticisms I am hearing more often is, "That low yield isn't even covering inflation." This is a very valid concern, if true. The way low many low yielding stocks yields [url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2010/09/dividend-stocks-poised-to-beat.html][b]compensate for inflation[/b][/url] is by growing their dividend well in excess of the inflation rate. Below are several companies building an inflation hedge for their shareholders by increasing their cash dividends: [b]Brinker International Inc.[/b] (EAT) owns, develops, operates, and franchises various restaurant brands primarily in the
1343 Views    Dividends4Life    2013-08-26 16:47
In 1889 at the age of 25, Willoughby, like many [b][url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2009/03/who-is-raul-alvarez-and-why-should-we.html]great entrepreneurs[/url][/b], started his business in his home. He sold his products, including root beer, flavoring extracts, fruit syrups and juices, door-to-door. In 1903, Willoughby and his brother Roberdeau incorporated the company. Most of the company's assets and records were destroyed in the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904. A new five-story building was erected on the same site within 10 months. Willoughby's nephew Charles began working for the company in the summer of 1912 and was elected to the board of directors in 1925. Willoughby died on Nov. 4, 1932,
837 Views    Dividends4Life    2012-12-03 17:21
In 1889 at the age of 25 Willoughby, like many [b][url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2009/03/who-is-raul-alvarez-and-why-should-we.html]great entrepreneurs[/url][/b], started his business in his home. He sold his products, including root beer, flavoring extracts, fruit syrups and juices, door-to-door. In 1903, Willoughby and his brother Roberdeau incorporated the company. Most of the company's assets and records were destroyed in the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904. A new five-story building was erected on the same site within 10 months. Willoughby's nephew Charles began working for the company in the summer of 1912 and was elected to the Board of Directors in 1925. Willoughby died on November 4, 1932,
762 Views    Dividend Growth Investor    2012-11-30 16:56
A week ago, we [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/news.php?id=49629]reported[/url] that bank insiders were buying while the Financial Services industry stocks were selling off. During the past week, we saw the general market continued it sell-off with S&P 500 Index declined 4.54%. The Financial Services firms, on the other hand, held up better than the general market: XLF declined 1.81% (only!). We observe the trend of bank insider purchasing continues. According to [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/InsiderBuy.php?position=clusterbuy&period=7#double]GuruFocus Data[/url], of the 46 companies having had two or more insiders buying during the past week, again 18 (40%) companies are Financial Services companies. Among the 18 companies made on the list
3337 Views    guruek    2009-03-01 03:49
With all the talks of Nationalization, Bank stocks, big or small, are getting killed these days. XLF, the Exchange-Traded-Fund for S&P 500 Financial Sector, representing a basket of large financial institutions, was down 19.13% in the last week, actually four trading days because of the President’s Day holiday. So what did the insiders do during the carnage of last week? According to [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/InsiderBuy.php?position=clusterbuy&period=7#double]GuruFocus Data[/url] (premium service required, free trial available), we observes that there is a cluster of buying activities among the financial institution insiders. GuruFocus reported the unusual insider activities of Wells Fargo & Company (WFC) in [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/news.php?id=49619] this
8466 Views    guruek    2009-02-22 05:46

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