By: Dividend Sensei
With the market 22% historically overvalued, many of the world’s best blue-chips are trading at unattractive levels.
In fact, Bank of America thinks stocks will barely deliver positive returns over the next decade.
Fortunately, it’s always a market of stocks, not a stock market and even Buffett high-yield aristocrats can be found at reasonable to attractive valuations.
Berkshire owns four high-yield aristocrats, that makeup 8% of Buffett’s portfolio, totaling over $23 billion.
Today two are potentially good or even strong buys, another is a reasonable buy and one is overvalued and worth watching in a future market downturn.