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29 Dividend Stocks Billionaires Love For June, Per Kiplinger

Jun. 09, 2020 2:49 PM ETAIG, BCO, BMY, C, CI, CVI, JPM, MDLZ, MS, PG, STAY, SYY, TSN, PARA, VWO, WFC4 Comments


  • Kiplinger Investing publishes opportune stock and fund lists for investors online. These 50 billionaire picks by Dan Burrows, published 5/1/20, were updated 6/2/20.
  • 29 of these 50 billionaire-loved stocks pay dividends. As of 6/2/20 the top ten ranged 3.07%-7.84% by annual yield and ranged 9.03%-81.7% per broker-estimated price-target upsides.
  • Ten top big billionaire-bought dividend dogs, PG, TSN, MDLZ, STAY, WFC, CI, BMY, AIG, C, and BCO ranged 11.46% to 82.11% in estimated net gain.
  • $5k invested in the lowest-priced five of ten top-yield big billionaire dividend holdings showed 27.11% more net-gain than from $5k invested in all ten. Little low-priced billionaire-loved stocks led the dividend pack as of June 2.
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Dan Burrows in Kiplinger Investing says:

"They say on Wall Street that if you want to make a small fortune, start by investing a large one.

No, you can't become a billionaire solely by copying their every move, but it's always interesting -- and often constructive -- to know what the "smart money" is up to."

Any collection of stocks is more clearly understood when subjected to yield-based (dog catcher) analysis, this billionaire dividend holdings list is perfect for the dogcatcher process. Below are the June 2 data for 29 dividend paying stocks and funds in the Kiplinger collection of 50 stocks billionaires currently love.

The stocks and their prime billionaire benefactors are tagged on to the end of this article.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Analysts Estimated 11.46% To 82.11% Net Gains For Top Ten Billionaire Holdings Come June 2021

Four of ten big billionaire-held top dividend stocks by yield were also 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 June yield-based forecast for these big billionaire dogs was graded by Wall St. Wizards as 40% accurate.

Projections were based on estimated dividends from $1000 invested in each of the highest yielding stocks and the median of their one year analyst-estimated 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 2, 2021 were:

Source: YCharts.com

The Brink's Co. (BCO) was projected to net $821.09, based on the median of target price estimates from three analysts, plus annual dividend, less broker fees. The Beta number showed this estimate subject to risk/volatility 24% greater than the market as a whole.

Citigroup Inc. (C) was projected to net $233.88, based on the median of

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Comments (4)

confusing analysis
Seconded... maybe I need another cup of coffee
415003 profile picture
Interesting some included without a yield. ie. GLD.
Bhughes7918 profile picture
small bank dividends on ones like FBSS , CHMG and OPy all over 100 years old also impressive

Today most banks way up as is OPY again we are selling another 15% today down to about 60% of all funds. Looks like $27 is in the cards now.
We sold all of these in full AROW, CHMG, Friday .
Bought a bunch more FBSS up to $14.75 the past few days. Very cheap still.
Bought a ton PCSB under $13, wait for a 10% pullback to get in.
FFIC under $12 got in heavy, moved to fast now, wait for a 10% pullback and get in heavy. We might sell all today.
FCNCA we sold all today, wow what a move.
Wow what a few days.

This is the trading market of a lifetime for banks like these with the best risk-reward in a decade.
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