Dividends4Life: Billionaire Richard Chilton Boosts Position In These Dividend Stocks

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Billionaire Richard Chilton is the Chairman, CEO, and Chief Investment Officer of Chilton Investment Company. He founded his investment management firm in 1992. The firm has some $9 billion in assets under management and follows an investment approach based on "value-oriented, fundamental research and disciplined portfolio management." In a recent interview with Gundster's Boardroom Brief, Chilton described an archetype of a company in which his firm invests as one that "can grow sales organically, has pricing power, generates a really good return on invested capital, returns cash to shareholders in the form of dividends or stock buybacks, and has a moat around its business that allows (IT) to weather storms."

Here is a closer look at Chilton's five dividend-paying positions with yields above 2.0%, including the consumer-sector plays, in which Chilton boosted his ownership stakes in the previous quarter: McDonald's Corporation (MCD), United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS), The Coca-Cola Company, Inc. (KO), Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT) and Unilever NV (UN).

Source: Seeking Alpha

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