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Kellogg (K +0.5%) plans to boost its dividend payout to $0.44/share from $0.43/share in Q3....

Kellogg (K +0.5%) plans to boost its dividend payout to $0.44/share from $0.43/share in Q3. Shares currently trade with a 3.18% yield.
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  • Tommy_Finger
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    Cereal companies are pretty good hands-off investments. People have to eat and so costs tend to get passed on to the consumer very easily.

     

    For the most part you get rising dividends, mergers and spin-offs and only a handful of dominant companies in this area.
    20 Apr 2012, 11:53 AM Reply Like
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