Dividends4Life: Who Owns The Top Dividend Stocks?

Who Owns The Top Dividend Stocks?

Posted by D4L | Thursday, February 02, 2017 | | 0 comments »

The internet provides investors with so much useful and interesting information. I could not imagine going back a decade or so and trying to analyze stocks without the internet - waiting for quarterly reports to be mailed for owned companies and calling the investor relations contacts for information on unowned companies. One of my job responsibilities is the statutory reporting for the corporation I work for. Filing 10-Ks, 10-Qs and other such required reports is often tedious, but it gives me a great appreciation of what information is available, including who owns some of the top dividend stocks...

As you can see from BRK.A's latest 13F on the SEC's website, they are also holding these other dividend growth stocks: Apple Inc. (AAPL) | Yield: 1.9%, International Business Machines (IBM) | Yield: 3.4%, Proctor & Gamble (PG) | Yield: 3.2%, Verizon (VZ) | Yield: 4.4% and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT) | Yield: 3.0%. Buffett is a renowned value investor. As such, BRK.A's 13F is one of the most viewed each quarter when it is filed. Investors want to know what the Oracle has bought and sold. Many websites use this information to set up a Buffett Tracking Portfolio, along with other respected investors. There is a great deal of information freely available to investors. Sometimes we just need to detour from our familiar paths to discover it.

Source: Dividend Growth Stocks

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