Dividends4Life: Billionaire Ken Fisher's Dividend Stocks

Billionaire Ken Fisher's Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, April 03, 2013 | | 0 comments »

Billionaire Ken Fisher had a concentration of his portfolio (at the end of 2010) in dividend-paying stocks. We have outlined five of his large-cap, highest-yielding picks below. Fisher founded the multi-billion dollar investment firm Fisher Asset Management in 1979 and utilizes a strategy focused on identifying "information not widely known" or interpreting "widely known information differently and correctly from other market participants."

A number of Fisher's stocks are in the pharma industry, including four mentioned below and starting with Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), which pays a 3.4% dividend yield and is Fisher's second-largest holding. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), another major pharma company, pays a 3% dividend yield and is the fourth-largest holding for Fisher. Jim Simons also loves pharma dividends. Fisher's five dividend-paying stocks have a high weighting toward the cash flow generating pharma industry, which should perform well over the interim given the rising population and aging out of the "baby boomer" generation. As well, GE is a solid bet on the expected rebound in the global economy.

Source: Seeking Alpha

Related Articles:
- 11 Low-Debt, Higher-Yielding Dividend Stocks
- 7 Small-Cap, High-Yield Dividend Stocks
- 10 High-Energy, High-Yield Dividend Stocks
- 12 Dividend Stocks For A Powerful Income Stream
- 7 Dividend Stocks Sporting A Five-Star Rating

Click here to have future posts delivered to you for free!



Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.


Popular Posts Last 30 Days