Finding small cap dividend stocks with growth potential and relative stability can be a difficult task.
Smaller companies paying a dividend typically are known for higher volatility, and in some cases, declining financial results.
But these stocks can also provide a source of growth potential and income for astute investors.
When looking for small cap stocks that pay a dividend, it’s important to carefully analyze the company before buying.
Some small cap dividend payers have very high payout ratios. They use high dividend yields to attract investors, but unfortunately high dividend yields, combined with decreasing cash flow isn’t sustainable.
Finding safer dividend paying stocks with long-term growth potential requires a deeper analysis of a company’s operating results.
We’ve developed this stock market scanner to help you identify awesome smaller market cap companies that are paying dividends.
These stocks all have strong financial metrics, liquidity, and are positioned for long-term growth.
The criteria used in our scan is:
You can use our Dividend Stock Screener to change or update any of the metrics in our scan.
The list is sorted by market cap from low to high.
We update this list daily. Last updated: November 19th, 2019
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