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Newmont Corporation, formerly Newmont Goldcorp Corp, is a mining company, which is focused on the production of and exploration for gold, copper, silver, zinc and lead. It is primarily a gold producer with operations and/or assets in the United States, Australia, Peru, Ghana and Suriname. The Company's segments include North America, South America, Asia Pacific and Africa. Its North America segment consists primarily of Carlin, Phoenix, Twin Creeks and Long Canyon in the state of Nevada, and Cripple Creek &Victor (CC&V) in the state of Colorado, in the United States. Its South America segment consists primarily of Yanacocha in Peru and Merian in Suriname. Its Asia Pacific segment consists primarily of Boddington, Tanami and Kalgoorlie in Australia. The Company's Africa segment consists primarily of Ahafo and Akyem in Ghana. As of December 31, 2016, it had gold reserves of 68.5 million ounces and an aggregate land position of approximately 23,000 square miles (59,000 square kilometers).

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UPDATE: This basket of dividend growth stocks can help your portfolio stand out in 2020

4:41 pm ET January 25, 2020 (MarketWatch)

By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch

These stocks have low price-to-earnings valuations relative to the S&P 500 that also appear likely to continue raising their dividend payouts more quickly than the broad market

Analysts at Goldman Sachs are highlighting a "dividend growth basket" of stocks at a time when valuations for the U.S. stock market have shot up to their second-highest level since June 2002.

In the firm's recent "U.S. Weekly Kickstart" report Jan. 3, the analysts, led by David Kostin, recommended investors be cautious and look for "growth at a reasonable price," but also included a group of dividend stocks with low price-to-earnings valuations relative to the S&P 500 that also appear likely to continue raising their dividend payouts more quickly than the broader market.

Before taking a deeper dive into the 50 dividend stocks, let's have a quick refresher of just how pricey the stock market became toward the end of 2019, a year in which the S&P 500 climbed 29% and returned 31.8% with dividends reinvested. Goldman Sachs says 92% of the price appreciation reflects valuation expansion. That means that investors are willing to pay higher prices for stocks, even though earnings growth was very slow last year.

Here are two charts that underline how much more expensive U.S. stocks became during 2019. The first ratio is based on consensus earnings estimates for a rolling 12 months, among analysts polled by FactSet. The second looks back at actual earnings.

First, the forward price-to-earnings ratio for the S&P 500 during the year:

Take a longer view, however, and the index's forward P/E briefly topped that mark at the end of 2017 and early 2019. Otherwise it hasn't been this high since June 2002.

The second chart shows the trailing price-to-earnings ratio throughout 2019:

The dividend basket

The Goldman analysts offered a "sector-neutral" list of 50 stocks that feature "premium yield while positioning for a Value rotation." That means a shifting of investors' preference to slower-growing companies whose price-to-earnings ratios are relatively low. According to the analysts, the basket features "a higher dividend yield (3.6% vs. 2.1%), 2x the dividend growth through 2021 (10% vs. 5%), and a much lower P/E multiple (12x vs. 19x)," when compared with the S&P 500.

The basket includes 50 stocks. Here are some smaller lists derived from the basket.

Highest yields

First, here are the 12 stocks in the basket with dividend yields of at least 4%:

Company Ticker Dividend yield Free cash flow yield 'Headroom' Total Return - 2019 Forward P/E Ratio

Macy's Inc. US:M 9.13% 12.90% 3.76% -38% 6.9

Simon Property Group Inc. US:SPG 5.71% 7.30% 1.59% -7% 21.2

Kohl's Corp. US:KSS 5.45% 13.67% 8.23% -19% 10.3

AT&T Inc. US:T 5.33% 10.03% 4.70% 46% 10.8

AbbVie Inc. US:ABBV 5.32% 9.83% 4.51% 1% 9.3

International Business Machines Corp. US:IBM 4.82% 10.79% 5.97% 24% 10.2

Seagate Technology PLC US:STX 4.41% 6.65% 2.24% 62% 11.2

Molson Coors Beverage Company Class B US:TAP 4.27% 10.46% 6.19% 0% 13.4

Broadcom Inc. US:AVGO 4.14% 7.09% 2.95% 29% 13.4

Interpublic Group of Cos. US:IPG 4.14% 12.47% 8.33% 17% 11.6

Verizon Communications Inc. US:VZ 4.07% 7.15% 3.08% 14% 12.3

Huntington Bancshares Inc. US:HBAN 4.05% 10.84% 6.79% 32% 11.3

Sources: Goldman Sachs, FactSet

You can click on the tickers for more information about each company.

The table includes free cash flow yields, calculated by taking the past 12 reported months free cash flow per share and dividing it by the most recent closing share price. A company's free cash flow is its remaining cash flow after planned capital expenditures. It is money that management can use for any corporate purpose, including raising the dividend.

Subtracting the dividend yield from the free cash flow yield gives an estimate of how much "headroom" the company has to raise its dividend. If a company's free cash flow yield is lower than its dividend yield for an extended period, it could indicate trouble ahead -- dividend reductions tend to lead to sharp and immediate share-price declines.

Here's the same list, this time with a summary of ratings among sell-side analysts polled by FactSet:

Company Ticker Share 'buy' ratings Share neutral ratings Share 'sell' ratings Closing price - Jan. 3 Cons. price target Implied 12-month upside potential

Macy's Inc. US:M 12% 47% 41% $16.53 $15.21 -8%

Simon Property Group Inc. US:SPG 55% 45% 0% $145.35 $173.78 20%

Kohl's Corp. US:KSS 32% 58% 10% $49.19 $50.53 3%

AT&T Inc. US:T 43% 53% 4% $39.06 $39.91 2%

AbbVie Inc. US:ABBV 60% 40% 0% $88.70 $92.13 4%

International Business Machines Corp. US:IBM 29% 62% 9% $134.34 $149.17 11%

Seagate Technology PLC US:STX 25% 54% 21% $58.91 $56.22 -5%

Molson Coors Beverage Company Class B US:TAP 35% 47% 18% $53.38 $55.40 4%

Broadcom Inc. US:AVGO 65% 35% 0% $314.19 $355.10 13%

Interpublic Group of Cos. US:IPG 38% 62% 0% $22.73 $24.91 10%

Verizon Communications Inc. US:VZ 30% 70% 0% $60.40 $62.32 3%

Huntington Bancshares Inc. US:HBAN 9% 86% 5% $14.81 $15.49 5%

Sources: Goldman Sachs, FactSet

The analysts have majority "buy" or equivalent ratings on only three of these stocks. Those ratings are based on their 12-month price targets. The price targets of course don't include dividends. But you can see that a high dividend yield might mean the market isn't confident in a company's prospects.

So if you see any names of interest on any of these tables, you need to do your own research and form your own opinion not only about the safety of the dividend but about the company's ability to remain competitive over the coming years.

Most 'headroom'

Here are the 15 companies in Goldman's basket with the most free cash flow "headroom," as described under the fist table:

Company Ticker Dividend yield Free cash flow yield 'Headroom' Total return - 2019 Forward P/E ratio

Unum Group US:UNM 3.92% 39.86% 35.94% 3% 5.1

DXC Technology Co. US:DXC 2.38% 27.07% 24.68% -28% 7.1

Morgan Stanley US:MS 2.73% 21.89% 19.16% 33% 10.0

KeyCorp US:KEY 3.72% 15.21% 11.50% 43% 10.6

Comerica Inc. US:CMA 3.79% 13.68% 9.89% 8% 10.1

HP Inc. US:HPQ 3.43% 13.06% 9.62% 4% 9.3

Interpublic Group of Companies Inc. US:IPG 4.14% 12.47% 8.33% 17% 11.6

Kohl's Corporation US:KSS 5.45% 13.67% 8.23% -19% 10.3

Eastman Chemical Co. US:EMN 3.48% 10.68% 7.21% 12% 9.9

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