Starbucks Is A Bargain, And So Are These 2 Faster-Growing Dividend Aristocrats

Starbucks Is A Bargain, And So Are These 2 Faster-Growing Dividend Aristocrats

Posted On October 13, 2022 7:53 am

The Fed’s inflation-fighting war path is painful but necessary to avoid a far worse fate, a potentially decade-long stagflation hell.

When the 2023 recession is over, stocks are likely to soar and make all this short-term pain worth it – potentially with 3X historical returns over 10 years after a 25% bear market.

SBUX is a blue-chip bargain you can safely buy today that’s 16% historically undervalued and could deliver almost 150% returns within five years.

Management is guiding for 17% to 22.5% CAGR long-term returns, and analysts think 17% is most likely, making SBUX a potential rich retirement dream blue-chip bargain.

But also consider these two faster-growing dividend aristocrat bargains.

One is the fastest-growing dividend aristocrat on Wall Street and could potentially deliver far higher returns than SBUX over time.

The other is my favorite of these three, thanks to its 100% quality Ultra SWAN dividend king status, as close to God’s own dividend stock as exists.

It is also 30% undervalued and trading at 11X cash-adjusted earnings and could triple in the next five years.

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I'm an Army veteran and former energy dividend writer for The Motley Fool. I'm a proud co-founder of Wide Moat Research, Dividend Kings, and the Intelligent Dividend Investor. My work can be found on Seeking Alpha, Dividend Kings, iREIT, and the Intelligent Dividend Investor. My goal is to help all people learn how to harness the awesome power of dividend growth investing to achieve their financial dreams and enrich their lives. With 24 years of investing experience, I've learned what works and more importantly, what doesn't, when it comes to building long-term wealth and income streams and achieving long-term financial goals.

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