Dividends4Life: Brexit Puts 4 Top European Dividend Stocks Yielding 4% to 7% On Sale

The citizens of Great Britain are not xenophobic or racist, but they are just tired of many of the important calls for their country being made in Brussels and not London. The huge $3 trillion sell-off and subsequent massive rally rebound shows you that investors, while wary, know that stocks are still the best alternative. One thing the Brexit vote did was to inject even more volatility into what was already a volatile market. It also knocked down four top European dividend stocks that many of the firms we cover on Wall Street are very positive on. They are solid contrarian picks for growth and income accounts...

ING Groep N.V. (NYSE: ING) operates through Retail Netherlands, Retail Belgium, Retail Germany, Retail Other and Wholesale Banking segments. The company accepts various deposits, such as current and savings accounts; and offers business lending, consumer lending and lease products. Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE: PM) is the world’s leading international tobacco company, with six of the world’s top 15 international brands and products sold in more than 180 markets. Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NYSE: RDS-A) operates as an independent oil and gas company worldwide through its Upstream and Downstream segments. The company explores for and extracts crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids. Total S.A. (NYSE: TOT) is a global integrated energy producer and provider, a leading international oil and gas company, and the world’s second-ranked solar energy operator with SunPower.

Source: Wall St. 24/7

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