Dividends4Life: George Soros' Dividend Stocks

George Soros' Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, September 19, 2012 | | 0 comments »

George Soros is the Hungarian-American business magnate known for being "the man who broke the Bank of England" in a single trade in 1992. Soros' Quantum Fund is famous for its annual returns of 30% that spanned 3 decades up to 2000. Soros is a macro manager with a truly global portfolio. From 1973 to 2010, the Soros Fund Management was reported to have made $32 billion in profits. As of 2011, Soros is reported to have net worth of $14.5 billion. The billionaire is also known for his being a philanthropist and an activist. The legendary investor recently said that the fate of the euro rests upon Germany.

Here are the top dividend stocks of the Soros Fund Management LLC, the company founded by George Soros in early 1960s. These are Wal-Mart (WMT), GE, Pepsi (PEP), Clorox Company (CLX) and Lowe's Companies (LOW). These are the stocks that have the highest yield among the many holdings of Soros and have exhibited growth in terms of dividend amounts. Except GE, all of these companies have consistently raised the value of dividend every year between 2001 and 2011.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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