Like any of the stocks that I hold? Want a better entry point than I had? The following dividend stocks, which I happen to currently hold, can be bought cheaper right now than at most times in the past few years. I believe they're all great buys at today's prices.
Bank of America (BAC) $30.00 8.5% dividend yield
We are all well aware of the trials and tribulations of the U.S. banking sector due to the subprime mess. Whether a dividend cut is in the offing or not, might not matter. If BAC cuts their dividend by 50%, you are still receiving a respectable 4.25% yield on today's price. Contrary to current sentiment the U.S. economy will survive and people will eventually buy homes and seek loans again. When they do, BAC is a well positioned, dominant lender.
Reitmans Canada (RET.A) $15.70 4.6% dividend yield
Earnings for this retailer came in flat last quarter as sales fell. Reitmans operates banners that span demographics and they're extremely well located. Retailing clothing can be a fickle business and can be hurt by odd weather, but RET.A has proven in the past that they can provide what Canadian consumers want and they know how to grow earnings. They're also paying you 4.6% to wait...
General Electric (GE) $30.20 4.1% dividend yield
Emerging markets, alternative energy, and ageing and new infrastructure work.
The Clorox Company (CLX) $53.50 3.4% dividend yield
Just raised their dividend by 15%. Innovative new product lines and industry leading brands.