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Some Good Israeli Stocks To Be Consider For Your Dividend Portfolio

|Includes: Cellcom Israel, Ltd. (CEL), ITRN, MNDO, PTNR

Every investor wants to use their money to generate income by ensuring that while they are invested and also getting additional payout from their investment. One of these strategies that investor may consider to invest in Israeli dividend stocks. When you invest your money in the Israeli stock market you will also receive the cash payments as long as you hold the stocks. Israel is a developed country that enjoys the highest standard of living in the Middle East. Israel has one of the highest expectancies in the world. It is giving a positive performance in the stock market. It has the largest number of Nasdaq- listed companies outside of North America. The companies generate revenue around the world and helping the market deliver steady returns. High dividend paying stock Israel has provided more stability and resistance to stock market volatility. Here are some companies that pay

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Ituran Location and Control (NASDAQ: ITRN) -

Ituran Location and Control Ltd. (Ituran) is an Israeli company that provides stolen vehicle recovery and tracking services, and markets GPS wireless communications product. The company has over 1,300 employees worldwide and is a market leader in Brazil, Argentina, Israel and the United States. The company is operating in two segments: location -based services and wireless communication products.

It has a market capitalization of 370.68M, P/E ratio is 13.31, EPS is 1.19 and the dividend yield is 5.13% for March 2013.

Partner Communication Company Ltd. (NASDAQ: PTNR) -

Partner Communication Company Ltd. Is a mobile network operator, internet Wi-Fi and fixed telephony service provider that is based in Israel. The company's products and services are marketed under the orange brand. Its third generation 3G network offers a range of services, such as video calls, a new portal of content services including a rich selection of video based services under the orange time sub-brand, and the transmission of data.

It has a market capitalization of 961.81M, P/E ratio is 7.35 and EPS is 0.84. The company's current dividend yield is 8.40%.


The company is the global provider of billing and customer care solutions for voice, data, video and content services. The company develops, manufactures and markets, real-time and off-line billing and customer care software for various types of communication providers, such as traditional wireline and wireless, voice-over internet protocol (Volp) and broadband internet protocol (NYSE:IP) network operators, worldwide interoperability for Microwave Access, Inc. (WiMAX) operators, cable operators, third generation (3G) operators and mobile virtual operators (MVNOs).

It has a market capitalization of 35.96M, P/E ratio is 8.65, EPS is 0.22 and the dividend yield is currently 12.50%.

Cellcom Israel Ltd. (NYSE: CEL) -

Cellcom Israel Ltd. (Cellcom) is an Israel based company. It is the third largest telecommunication company that offers a range of telephony, roaming services for tourists in Israel and for its subscribers abroad and additional services in the areas of music, video and mobile office, among others. The company operates a high speed parallel adder 3.5 generation network in addition to global system for mobile communications (NASDAQ:GSM), general packet Radio Service (GPRS), Enhanced Data-rates for Global Evolution (NASDAQ:EDGE) networks.

It has a market capitalization of 837.63, P/E ratio is 5.77 and EPS is 1.46. The dividend yield is 15.87.

Summary -

These are the four best high yield dividend Israel stocks that investors should consider for his portfolio. Investing in Israeli dividend stocks can give more dividends to the investors. The country has many innovative, well established and high growth companies that have not only survived but prospered through decades of war and turbulence. Some of them have worldwide markets. Israeli conflicts often provide great entry points into its stocks.