Archives: Quantigence Sector Analysis

Dividend Growth Investing – Industrial Stocks

We’re going to scan the industrial sector for 3 stocks to add to our portfolio while using Q-Scores to identify the industrial stocks with the most potential for growing their dividends. We will also pay attention to what capacity each company is working in. If two industrial stocks are selling the exact same things to the exact • Read More »


Dividend Growth Investing – Healthcare Stocks

The healthcare sector contains at least one name that almost everyone would agree DGI investors should hold; Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). We’re going to pick 3 stocks from this sector and we’d anticipate that JNJ probably has the highest Q-Score in this sector. Let’s first establish our universe to choose from. We screen all healthcare • Read More »


Dividend Growth Investing – Utility Stocks

The utility sector is known as a defensive sector since it is less affected by market downturns than other sectors. We’re going to pick 3 stocks from this sector even though we expect the Q-Scores for utility stocks to be very low. Let’s first establish our universe to choose from. We’ll have to lower our • Read More »


Dividend Growth Investing – Energy Stocks

The first thing we need to do is come up with our universe of energy stocks for our dividend growth investing portfolio. We first scan all energy stocks that have increased dividends for 20 or more years. Surprisingly, the list is very short as follows: Now typically we would remove any stock with a market • Read More »


Dividend Growth Investing – Consumer Staples Stocks

The first thing we need to do is come up with our universe of consumer staples stocks. We first scan all consumer staples stocks that have increased dividends for 20 or more years. We then remove those companies with a market cap of less than $10 billion which are seen in the below table in • Read More »