Richard Mayo is the latest in a long line of managers who see dividends as the place to be,...


Richard Mayo is the latest in a long line of managers who see dividends as the place to be, believing a portfolio of growth stocks will be a loser's bet in a slow-growth economic environment. A surprising source for dividends is big retailers, such as CVS, which Mayo sees as a “mature” retailing company but one churning out free cash flow of $5B-$6B/year. He also likes WMT, HD, LOW, TGT.

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  • BlueOkie
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    Ignore value investing and good dividend stocks at your peril
    26 Mar 2012, 03:59 PM Reply Like
  • cyrus trask
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    "Richard Mayo is the latest in a long line of managers who see dividends as the place to be."

     

    Welcome to the party, Sherlock.
    26 Mar 2012, 04:13 PM Reply Like
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