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Dividend Stocks Buffett And Lynch Would Love

Posted by D4L | Saturday, September 07, 2013 | | 0 comments »

What sort of qualities do you look for in a business when investing? I’m not talking about a stock and its momentum, or volume or relation to its 52-week high. I’m also not talking about your perception of the company as a consumer—its ads, its products and so forth. I’m talking about its business. What traits do you want in a business in which you invest?

Buffett, for example, has targeted companies that have averaged an ROE of at least 15% over the past decade. And he and a number of investment greats, including Peter Lynch, John Neff, and James O’Shaughnessy, have incorporated dividend yield into their strategies in various ways. I found that right now such companies are few and far between. Interestingly, many that did make the grade are based overseas. Here’s a sampling: National Grid (NGG), GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Intel (INTC), Total (TOT) and Statoil ASA (STO).

Source: Forbes

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