Sunday, December 15

5 Stocks to sell now

5 Stocks to sell now
| By Kathy Kristof, Kiplinger

It is time to lose these stragglers and overvalued name, especially when you can still continue to come.

Our pans are divided into two categories: companies with poor prospects and those with better prospects, which traded at absurdly high prices. You have one of these five stocks dumping it, or at least a paring knife back, especially if not in a taxable result win.

We start with three companies to pay generous dividends, but fight to keep the withdrawals seem to be.

Superficially seem to be increased profits in CenturyLink (CTL). But taking one-time items and the telecommunications company operating income and cash flow decline from a year ago, above all, because customers dropping their landline phones. In addition, analysts expect virtually no earnings growth in the next few years.

What's keeping the stock price the annual dividend in fat is $je stock 2.16, gives the stock a yield of 6.4 percent. But CenturyLink cut the payout in the year 2013, and Brad Lamensdorf, assistant coach wearing Ranger equity expected ETF, that to do so again within the next year.

A juicy dividend shares of Diebold (DBD) is split off. The manufacturer of ATMs paid at an annual rate of $1.15 per share, and it has a long history of annual dividend hikes. But these increases get smaller as Diebolds finances become close.

All red flags solve declining sales, a major restructuring and the last departure of the company's Chief Financial Officer. Plus, declining cash flow brings the dividend at risk. Finally the stock at times projected earnings, is not cheap. (All data are through Nov. 1).

Dominion Resources (D) regulated natural gas utilities in Ohio and West Virginia, as well as unregulated units, has regulated utilities in Virginia and North Carolina. Analysts expect the result on an annual clip 7 percent grow in the next few years. That's not terrible, but which has estimated sales for a high times year-ahead earnings.

It is also disturbing that rule was to borrow money and to support issuance of stock to its annual dividend at $2.25 per share, a return of 3.5 percent. The company can not always make such generous payments.

What makes the stocks in the Fantasyland, Tesla Motors (TSLA) undeniably great cars. Founder Elon Musk is regarded as a visionary in the same form as the Henry Ford.

But Tesla's stock, which has increased seven since the IPO by a factor of three years ago, it's a perfect future. He sold four for 135 times the result for the next quarters estimated. Each stumble bulls deliver a nasty shock to Tesla.

How Tesla is 3D system (DDD) a hot stock in a hot industry. The three-dimensional printer manufacturer's shares have almost quadrupled in the past two - and-a-half years. Although 3D printer could revolutionize manufacturing, the company must drum up the interest of consumers, to support that times year-ahead earnings projected sales for 53 a share.

That has not happened, said Lamensdorf. The printer came Staples market last summer, but his tests show that few have apparently sold because they are expensive and consumer applications are not obvious.

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