Dividends4Life: High Dividend Yield Stocks Hedge Funds Want Most

High Dividend Yield Stocks Hedge Funds Want Most

Posted by D4L | Saturday, December 17, 2011 | | 0 comments »

If you're interested in stocks paying dividend income but don't know where to start searching, one idea is to look at what the "big money" is buying. Big money investors, or institutional investors, include hedge fund managers, mutual fund managers, and pension managers, among others. These investors have access to sophisticated research and often have a lot of experience in investing. For these reasons, the market closely watches which stocks they decide to purchase.

We ran a screen on high dividend yield stocks, with dividend yields between 4%-7%. We then screened for payout ratios under 50%. Lastly, we screened for stocks seeing significant net institutional buying over the current quarter, expressed as a percent of share float. List sorted by net institutional purchases as a percent of share float:
1. SK Telecom (NYSE: SKM)
2. TIM Participacoes (NYSE: TSU)
3. Ternium (NYSE: TX)
4. Whirlpool (NYSE: WHR)
5. Communications Systems (NYSE: JCS)

Source: Motley Fool

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