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Approach To Invest In Brazil Stocks

Jul. 19, 2013 1:02 AM ET
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Investing in Brazil stocks can be proved a good investment for you. There are many reasons behind it. The country has traditionally relied on its domestic economy and expected to grow to be the fifth-largest in just a few decades. Here are five dividendos de ações do Brasil stocks which will help you to make an attractive portfolio.

Tekno SA Industria e Comercio (BVMF: TKNO4)

It is a Brazil-based company which is mainly engaged in the production and sale of paints for metal items. It provides various types of paints which include polyester, polyurethane, vinyl, epoxy, polyamide, anti-fingerprint and kynar, as well as film laminates, including polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyester, polyvinyl fluoride (PFV) and reflective. Till December 2911, the company has two subsidiaries: Tekrom Transportes Representacoes Montagens Ltda and Profinish Industria e Comercio de Produtos Quimicos Ltda.

The company has a market capitalization of 257.09 Million, EPS is 8.10, P/E ratio is 11.11 and the dividend yield is 9.91% at the annual dividend payout of 4.10.

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA (BVMF: STBP11)

The company is a Brazil-based logistics services provider. With its subsidiaries the company manages and operates port facilities and provides integrated logistics for cargo transportation. It has three business areas: Port Container Terminals sector, Logistics sector and Vehicle Terminal which provides loading and unloading of vehicles and cars warehousing. The company's three container terminals are located in the states of Sao Paulo, Para and Santa Catarina. On December 2011, the company wholly owned five subsidiaries.

The company has a market capitalization of 17.98 Billion, EPS is 0.45, P/E ratio is 59.81 and the dividend yield is 5.41% at the annual dividend payout of 0.24.

Ecorodovias Infraestrutura e Logistica (BVMF: ECOR3)

The company is primarily engaged in the road concession sector. It is also involved in the exploration and administration of highway networks: tolls collection; maintenance and improvement of operating systems: implementation of traffic control and customer service systems; preventive conservations; deployment and management of electronic toll collection and provision of towing services, mechanical assistance and medical help. On December 31, 2011 its subsidiaries included EcoRodovias Concessoes e Servicos SA, Elog SA, Ecoporto Holding Ltda, EIL01 Participacoes Ltda and Rodovia das Catarats SA-Ecocataratas.

It has a market capitalization of 8.43 Billion, EPS is 0.77, P/E ratio is 19.56 and the dividend yield is 4.32% at the annual dividend payout of 0.46.

Tegma Gestao Logistica SA (BVMF: TGMA3)

Tegma Gestao Logistica SA is engaged in the transportation sector. It is involved in logistic services for the automotive industry. Additionally it provides transportation services for companies active in other areas such as fuel, agribusiness, pulp and paper, chemical, telecommunication and electronics industry. It also provides warehousing services.

The company has a market capitalization of 1.68 Billion, EPS is 1.12, P/E ratio is 22.88 and the dividend yield is 3.66% at the annual dividend payout of 0.45.


It is a holding company which is engaged in the operation of highways, based in Brazil. The company is involved in the collection of toll fees on highways and is responsible for repairing, extending, conserving, maintaining and operating of these highways. On September 10, 2012 it acquired stakes in AGC Holding SA and AGC Airports Inc. which are engaged in the operation of the San Jose International Airport in Costa Rica. On October 23, 2012, it acquired an 80% stake in A-Port SA through its subsidiary.

It has a market capitalization of 30.10 Billion, EPS is 0.69, P/E ratio is 24.57 and the dividend yield is 3.50% at the annual dividend payout of 0.06.

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