3 Small Caps with HIGHEST Dividend Yield

  • Stock Market Analysis

Generally, it becomes difficult for a small-cap company to maintain a healthy dividend payout, as much of the profits are retained for growth opportunities. However, there are a few companies that are known for their good dividends and are currently trading at a yield of over 5%.

The stocks have been selected from the Nifty Smallcap 100 index to keep the quality in check.

IDFC Limited

IDFC Ltd (NS: IDFC ) is a non-banking finance company (NBFC) with a market capitalization of INR 20,231 crore and trades at a TTM P/E ratio of a mere 4.75 despite the fact that the stock has delivered an 87.3% return in the last 12 months. This is significantly lower than the sector’s average of 17.71.

The current dividend yield of the stock is extremely high, at 9.49%. However, it should be noted that the company is not very regular in paying dividends, but the current valuation at which it is available makes it a good opportunity to be explored for the next couple of years.

Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited

Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd (NS: HUDC ) or simply HUDCO is a specialized finance company that caters to the housing sector in the country and has a market capitalization of INR 14,633 crore. Despite a 99.1% return in the last 12 months, the stock is still trading at a TTM P/E ratio of 8.43.

The stock is one of the favorites for dividend seekers all thanks to its consistent and high payouts. The stock is trading at a yield of 5.27%, making it one of the ideal counters for a high-growth dividend portfolio. FIIs have more than doubled their stake this year, from 0.12% to 0.32% in six months ended 30 June 2023.

National Aluminium Company Limited

National Aluminum Company Ltd. (NS: NALU ) is a well-known producer of aluminum, having a market capitalization of INR 17,879 crore. Investors need to note that commodity-based businesses can show high swings in their net P&L and consequently the dividend payout due to the cyclicity of such businesses.

The stock is trading at a TTM P/E ratio of 14.77 and a dividend yield of 5.14%. It is up 30% in the past 12 months and there is support around INR 86 which can be an ideal reference point for investors trying to add it to their portfolios.

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  • Bipin Kochar @Bipin Kochar
    With large caps high growth stocks like Coal India offering dividend yields of 8.5%, why should one go for small caps?
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  • Ashish Goswami @Ashish Goswami
    good morning sir
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