Dividends4Life: Here Are Bill Gates' 4 Highest-Yielding Dividend Stocks

As investors, we all seek access to the best minds, the most creative thinkers, people who have had repeated success. There is no disputing that Bill Gates is one of the world's most successful people, so we looked at the portfolio of the Gates Foundation Trust for some clues. You can read analysis on all of Bill Gates' dividend stocks here. We scoured the portfolio thoroughly and came up with four top dividend-paying stocks by yield that are especially worthy of consideration. Some are included already on our Blue-Chip Dividend list or they are Dividend Aristocrats. Each company is No. 1 in its business.

Crown Castle International (CCI) has a series of 39,600 wireless communication towers in the U.S. and 1,700 towers in Australia. In urban areas, the company leases rooftops everywhere they can be found and provides a variety of antenna and cell network services. Caterpillar (CAT) huge $47 billion in global revenue is organized based on end-user markets. The Construction Industry segment (35% of sales) was the cornerstone of the company's 1925 founding in Peoria, Ill. United Parcel Service (UPS) has been around as long as the automobile. Or in this case we should say, the delivery truck. Founded in 1907, UPS is the biggest package delivery company worldwide. The distinction of the world's largest retailer goes to Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) with its 11,000-plus stores, $480 billion-plus in sales and $200 billion in assets. No one else in the public record comes anywhere close to matching what Sam Walton founded in July 1962.

Source: The Street

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