Billionaires Love 50 Stocks And 31 Of Those Pay Dividends



Kiplinger Investing publishes opportune stocks and funds for investor consideration (or rejection) online. This list of 50 billionaire picks curated by James Brumley first appeared 4/18/19.

31 of 50 billionaire-selected stocks paid dividends. As of 6/11/19, the top ten ranged 2.99%-6.72% by annual yield and ranged 19.08%-71.84% per broker-estimated price target upsides.

Ten top billionaire-picked dividend stocks ranged from 20.36% to 76.22% in net gain.

$5k invested in the lowest-priced five top-yield billionaire preferred dividend dogs showed 18.94% more net gain than from $5k invested in all ten. Little low-price billionaire-select dogs ruled the pack.

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As any collection of stocks is more clearly understood when subjected to yield-based (dog catcher) analysis, this billionaire-choice list is perfect for the dogcatcher process. Here is the June 11 data for 31 dividend paying stocks in the Kiplinger collection of 50 owned by billionaires.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Analysts Estimated 20.36% To 76.22% Net Gains For Ten Top Billionaire Chosen Stocks Come June 2020

Five of ten top billionaire class dividend stocks by yield were among the top ten gainers for the coming year based on analyst 1-year target prices. (They are tinted gray in the chart below). Thus, this yield-based forecast for these billionaire dogs was graded by Wall St. Wizards as 50% accurate.



Projections were based on estimated dividends from $1,000 invested in each of the highest yielding stocks and their aggregate one-year analyst median target prices, as reported by YCharts. Note: one-year target prices by lone analysts were not applied. Ten probable profit-generating trades projected to June 11, 2020, were:

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) was projected to net $762.20, based on a median of target price estimate from four analysts, plus dividends, less broker fees. The Beta number showed this estimate subject to risks 87% more than the market as a whole.


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