This year, 56 companies made it through the stringent quality screens, and eight companies have perfect quality scores. The article provides two bonus lists, one containing stocks that failed the S&P Credit Rating screen and another containing stocks that scored at least 20 total points but otherwise failed the quality screens.
As always, I provide tables with key metrics and my risk-adjusted Buy Below prices, so readers can quickly focus on stocks worthy of further analysis and possible investment.
at Seeking Alpha to review the highest-quality dividend growth stocks for 2022.
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