Dividends4Life: The Best Dividend Stocks You’ve Never Heard of

The Best Dividend Stocks You’ve Never Heard of

Posted by D4L | Saturday, October 18, 2014 | | 0 comments »

Darren Sissons was born in New Zealand and has lived in Australia, Taiwan, London and Canada. So it’s perhaps not surprising that he looks globally when hunting for dividend stocks. “There are opportunities outside North America that you can’t necessarily get here,” says the managing director with Portfolio Management Corp., a Toronto firm that caters to high-net-worth individuals. Today, he’ll be discussing five of his top international dividend picks. Before we get to them, a few caveats are in order.

A common theme with most of the stocks listed below is that the local government or the company’s founding family own a large stake. “In our experience, a major shareholder tends to be a positive factor,” Mr. Sissons says: Keppel Corp. (KPELY) Yield: 4 per cent, Kuehne & Nagel International AG (KHNGY) (KHNGF) Yield: 3.2 per cent, Kone Oyj (KNYJY) (KNYJF) Yield: 3.1 per cent, MTR Corp. (MTRJY) Yield: 3 per cent and Unilever NV (UN) (UL) Yield: 3.8 per cent.

Source: Globe and Mail

Related Articles:
- Who Owns The Top Dividend Stocks?
- 6 Big-Name Dividend Stocks Crushing The S&P 500
- 3 Higher-Quality, High-Yield Dividend Stocks
- 13 Dividend Growth Stocks With A Good Yield/Growth Mix
- High Yield, High Risk Dividend Stocks

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