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Dividend Stocks From Across The Pond

Posted by D4L | Monday, March 18, 2013 | | 0 comments »

As the Dow continues to hit new highs, investors are faced with the question of where to put new money to work. I like to look for the red-headed step child that no one wants. We all know the U.S. recovery is gaining traction, while Asia has been booming with China leading the way; Japan is looking to end over 20 years of deflation and help the nation's exporters, and South America and Africa are a little too risky for my taste as emerging economies.

That really only leaves Europe. Still it's hard to find anyone really bullish on Europe. Europe will recover eventually. I just don't know if it's this year or next or the year after that. Well what should investors do while they wait? The answer lies in blue chip European dividend payers. Collecting dividends while waiting on a recovery is a solid plan: Vodafone Group PLC (VOD), Dividend Yield: 3.70%; Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.B), Dividend Yield: 5.30%; Unilever plc (UL), Dividend Yield: 3.20% and Siemens (SI), Dividend Yield: 2.70%.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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