Last month's global market selloff following the Brexit decision was a doozy for investors who had to endure extreme market volatility only to be followed up by three days of rallying by stocks.
Still, the market volatility opened up lots of opportunity to buy stocks that were beaten down from worries over Brexit. Following the selloff, Deutsche Bank issued a report on June 28 with 42 best long ideas from its equity analysts with the most compelling "risk/reward from current levels." Granted, the list was compiled following two days where the Dow Jones Industrial Average had triple-digit selloffs (only to be followed by a three-day rally).
TheStreet culled the list and found 12 stocks with dividend yields above 2.5% and strong fundamental stories. We included a snippet of why Deutsche Bank analysts like each of these stocks.