Computer Services, Inc. ($CSVI) is an obscure, over-the-counter stock with a long-history of rewarding shareholders.
The company has paid and raised dividends for the past 51 years.
Which officially makes Computer Services a Dividend King.
But, unlike other Dividend Kings (such as Pepsi or Johnson & Johnson) this is a company you’ve probably never heard of. And that’s due to the fact that Computer Services, Inc. is a micro cap stock with a market cap just over $1 billion.
In the world of investing, that’s tiny!
Despite its small size, Computer Services has delivered an average annual total return of 12.47% over the past 10 years.
And, it’s paid increasingly larger dividends for more than five decades.
Yet, the stock is currently trading near its 52-week low.
Which begs the question…
Is Computer Services, Inc. a good investment?
What Does Computer Services, Inc. Do?
Take a drive through rural or suburban America, and you’re sure to see numerous regional banks that may only have one or two local branches within a particular community.
While these institutions are small, their customers still need modern amenities like online savings accounts or mobile deposits.
Computer Services, Inc. provides these features.
We derive our revenues from: core bank processing services, maintenance, and support fees; software licensing and installation fees; professional services; and equipment and supply sales. In addition to core bank processing, our integrated banking solutions include: digital banking; payments solutions; cybersecurity and IT Infrastructure solutions; check imaging; cash management; branch and merchant…