Dividends4Life: Dividend Stocks Favored By John Paulson

Dividend Stocks Favored By John Paulson

Posted by D4L | Saturday, September 08, 2012 | | 0 comments »

John Paulson, a prominent hedge fund manager, founded his company Paulson & Co. in 1994. Paulson has become a legend for famously betting against the subprime housing market in 2007, where he earned a payout of $3.5 billion. Currently, Paulson manages about $30 billion in assets. As a former investment banker, Paulson uses both merger arbitrage opportunities and credit default swap options. His style of fund management is distinctive and extremely complex. Known as a gambling investor, he made $4.9 billion in 2010 from his portfolio thanks to his gigantic bet on gold, a record in the hedge fund industry.

To determine the portfolio's top dividend stocks, I investigated Paulson's top holdings in terms of the number of shares, and selected those with the highest dividend yielding ones. Currently, Paulson's top dividend stocks include HCA Holdings, Cablevision, Kinder Morgan, Gold Fields, and JP Morgan.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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