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Bill Gates’ Portfolio: Reviewing One Of The Wealthiest Man’s Dividend Stocks – February 2018 Update
Just like you and me, Bill wants to earn a return. Of the 17 publicly-traded companies held in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, 12 pay dividends. In this article, I track and analyze changes in Bill Gates’ portfolio of dividend stocks.
International Business Machines (IBM)
IBM raised its dividend for more than 20 straight years and is expected to soon announce its 2018 increase, meaning that it has a good chance to become a dividend aristocrat in 2020.
High Dividend Stocks: 33 High Yield Stocks For Income
A review what high dividend stocks are, where stocks with high dividends can be found in the market, and how to identify which high dividends are risky.
What The Future Holds For Apple
Apple was one of the pioneers in personal computing but has since grown to become one of the world’s most dominant forces in consumer electronics with more than $225 billion in annual revenue. Will the future prove to be as bright?
Stock Analysis: CVS Health (CVS)
CVS Health (CVS) is one of America’s most dominant healthcare players. The company operates the nation’s second largest pharmacy chain with over 9,800 retail location
Wells Fargo (WFC)
According to Wells Fargo’s annual reports, the company’s total deposits have grown from $3.7 billion in 1966 to $1.3 trillion in 2017, representing approximately 12% annual growth over that period.
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (MMP)
Magellan’s growth runway appears to remain long, with a total growth pipeline (projects scheduled to be completed within the next two to three years) in excess of $1.5 billion.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): A Dividend King That’s Built To Last
Very few businesses ever come close to growing as large as Johnson & Johnson has become with more than $70 billion in annual revenue.
Target (TGT): Can This Dividend King Thrive In The Age Of Amazon?
Target has paid uninterrupted dividends every year since it went public in late 1967, and this dividend king’s impressive payout growth streak seems very unlikely to end anytime soon.
Coca-Cola (KO): Are The Best Days Behind This Buffett-Owned Dividend King?
Coca-Cola remains the world’s largest and most dominant beverage company. Even despite the company’s declining earnings and free cash flow in recent years, Coca-Cola’s dividend health looks solid.
3M (MMM): A Dividend King With A Wide Moat
The track record of 3M’s long-term focused and disciplined management team is unmatched, making the company a fundamentally lower risk dividend growth stock and a great choice for many dividend portfolios at the right price.
EC Tupperware Brands (TUP): 20 Years Of Uninterrupted Dividends And A 4.6% Yield, But How Safe Is The Payout?
Tupperware may be a household name, but it faces a very different market environment today compared to the retail world of the 1950’s, when Tupperware was at its peak.
Lockheed Martin: A Solid Dividend Grower At The Right Price
Wide moat industrial stocks, such as defense contractor Lockheed Martin (LMT​), often make excellent long-term dividend growth stocks.
STORE Capital: Warren Buffett Bought 10% Of This Lesser-Known REIT
Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs, are a popular way for regular investors to participate in commercial real estate.
AT&T: Is The Highest-Yielding Dividend Aristocrat A Value Trap Or A Bargain?
Any dividend investor considering AT&T must understand and accept the risks that come with the company’s ballooning debt load and evolving business strategy, assuming the Time Warner deal gains approval.
Omega Healthcare (OHI) Reports Disappointing Earnings: What Dividend Investors Need To Know
Omega Healthcare’s earnings report highlighted challenges that several important operators are facing as the SNF industry works through a number of murky changes.
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