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50 October Dividend Stocks Billionaires Love

Published Tue, 13 Oct 2020 17:47:17 -0400 on Seeking Alpha

Seeking AlphaDividend Quick Picks50 October Dividend Stocks Billionaires LoveOct. 13, 2020 5:47 PM ET|| Includes: ABBV, ADT, AIG, AWK, BAX, BMY, C, CI, CPB, GD, GS, JPM, PG, RTX, STAYby: Fredrik ArnoldFredrik Arnold The Dividend Dog CatcherSimple, straightforward 7-step analysis that finds lucrative income stocks.SummaryKiplinger Investing publishes opportune stock and fund lists for investors online. This Billionaire List by Dan Burrows, first published on 9/4/20, was updated on 10/9/20.
27 of 50 billionaire-loved stocks pay dividends. As of 10/9/20, the top ten ranged from 2.21%-5.38% by annual yield and ranged from 24.23%-219.49% per broker-estimated price-target upsides.
Top ten net big gain billionaire-loved dividend dogs - STAY, BAX, BMY, GS, ABBV, AIG, RTX, CI, C, and ADT - ranged from 20.42% to 69.75% in one-year broker-estimated target-gains.
$5k invested in the lowest-priced five of ten top yield billionaire dividend holdings showed 28.4% more net gain than from $5k invested in all ten. Little, lower-priced billionaire-loved stocks led the dividend pack as of October 9.
They say on Wall Street that if you want to make a small fortune, start by investing a large one.
Dan Burrows in Kiplinger Investing says:
You can't get rich by simply copying a billionaire's every move. However, it's always interesting - and often constructive - to know what the "smart money" is up to.
The billionaires, hedge funds, and big-time asset-management firms below all have fortunes of various sizes. And studying which stock picks they're chasing with their capital (or which stocks the billionaires are selling off, for that matter) isn't a half-bad idea.
There's a reason the rich get richer, after all. Their resources for research, as well as their intimate connections to insiders and others, can give them a unique insight into their stock picks.
Any collection of stocks is more clearly understood when subjected to yield-based (dog catcher)... Read more

Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
ABBVIE 70.83   26.0 2.72 4.28 6.28
EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 14.83   26.0 0.57 0.92 6.15
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 49.61   13.1 3.80 1.64 3.38
CAMPBELL SOUP 47.15   68.3 0.69 1.40 3.05
CITIGROUP 69.30   9.6 7.19 2.04 2.96
JPMORGAN CHASE 117.91   12.0 9.79 3.60 2.74
PROCTER & GAMBLE 122.77   90.3 1.36 2.98 2.49
GOLDMAN SACHS 218.74   9.2 23.84 5.00 2.32
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP 56.76   0.0 -0.12 1.28 2.31
GENERAL DYNAMICS 189.41   16.8 11.25 4.08 2.17
AMERICAN WATER WORKS 121.76   37.8 3.22 2.00 1.66
BAXTER INTERNATIONAL 87.82   29.6 2.97 0.88 1.02
CIGNA 158.98   14.5 10.95 0.04 0.02


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