Dividends4Life: Billionaires Like These Five Dividend Stocks

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At Insider Monkey, we track around 730 hedge funds and other institutional investors as part of our small-cap strategy (see more details here). Among these funds, around 40 are managed or were led by investors who became billionaires. This group is particularly interesting, because billionaire investors stand above the rest of the crowd of smart money investors due to their unique stock-picking skills and views on the market that helped them generate outstanding returns. For example, Warren Buffett‘s last investor letter showed that Berkshire managed to generate a total return of 1,826,163% since 1965. If you could have imitated Buffett’s moves, your returns would probably have been lower, but still considerably above the market.

With the current environment, many investors are uncertain which stocks to invest in, but most billionaires stuck to their strategies and remain bullish on companies that sport strong fundamentals. A good way to determine a solid investment is to follow dividend stocks and here is where imitating billionaires comes in handy. With this in mind, we have selected five stocks that sport a strong dividend yield and that billionaires in our database are collectively bullish on: Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ:KHC), Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (ADR) (NYSE:TEVA), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT).

Source: Insider Monkey

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