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Old 26-09-2011, 06:37 PM
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Dividend Yield Alone should not be a criteria for picking stocks. You should also look at Growth Prospects along With Dividend Growth. Then only you can have Both Capital Appreciation as well as Regular Dividend Income.

Also Look for Companies having relatively low P/E ratio and High Dividend Yield for having a Margin of Safety.

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Maharashtra Scooters has been paying dividend continuously for more than 18 years . But the chances of capital appreciations are bleak since the company doesn't have a growth strategy.

Here's a List of Stocks having Good Dividend Yield from CNX 500 .



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Hi ,

Dividend Yield Alone should not be a criteria for picking stocks. You should also look at Growth Prospects along With Dividend Growth. Then only you can have Both Capital Appreciation as well as Regular Dividend Income.

Also Look for Companies having relatively low P/E ratio and High Dividend Yield for having a Margin of Safety.

Example.

Maharashtra Scooters has been paying dividend continuously for more than 18 years . But the chances of capital appreciations are bleak since the company doesn't have a growth strategy.

Here's a List of Stocks having Good Dividend Yield from CNX 500 .



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@Trady,
nice work. but patni and merck paid one-time-special dividend. other than these two, rest of data is ok.

btw, how did you get the fundamental data in amibroker and the afl for it ?
bcos yahoo/google are not providing fundamental data for indian stocks.
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@Rajesh Yes Patni and Merk Paid special Dividends and i didn't filter them. I used moneycontrol,NSE,Way2wealth to get the fundamental data and the afl is simple if we have the fundamental data.

I am developing both Fundamental and Technical Strategies for long term investing and this is one among them.

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if possible could you tell how to get that fundamental data from there in a way which is easier to import into Amibroker
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Hi,

If we take NSE & CNX 500 into Consideratin then Companies having P/E of more than 16 are no longer value buys. Look at the attached image.

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@Live Wire

I enter the data manually . since it is a Value stocks picking time i collected the data for all the 500 CNX 500 stocks (Only Dividend Values & P/E Ratios ).

Considering the Market Environment i feel it's better to stick with high dividend yielding stocks.

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Nestle also good.. price upwards frm 2003.. moreover fmcg so defensive..

most equity with owners in switzerlad or investors.. so very less chances of crash in gloomy times..
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@ AAYUSH

I agree with you but Do you think a company having a P/E Ratio of 45.52 isn't matured enough to give Good Returns??

The Industry P/E Ratio is at 38.36

If High PE stocks like Nestle can still give decent returns then what about Early Birds in Growth phase over longterm having low P/E ratios?

Thank you for sharing your opinion.

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