3 Hong Kong Dividend Stocks On Sale After The Recent Protests
- Hong Kong has recently experienced a series of protests, causing a potential buying opportunity.
- Hong Kong is an attractive investment destination due to its economy and business climate.
- Dividends paid by companies in Hong Kong have no tax withholding for U.S. investors.
- Several large-cap companies from Hong Kong follow a dividend growth policy and could help to diversify a dividend growth portfolio.
Exxon Mobil Currently 17.6% Undervalued Based On Dividend Discount Model
- Exxon Mobil has been punished by the market recently, falling along with the price of oil.
- The company compares favorably with its peers on several key metrics, especially production growth per share.
- Exxon Mobil is currently 17.6% undervalued according to my 2-Stage Dividend Discount Model.
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