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Investing In Brazil: Winning Investing

Brazil is continuously developing a financial and investing culture. Before some years the country had only 80,000 individual stock investors. At the present time there are more than 630,000 individual stock investors. These investors may also help and support the market when foreign investors turn tail. I am sharing BVMF listed five Ações que pagam dividendos mais altos no Brazil stocks that will be profitable investment for you.

Telefonica Brasil SA (BVMF: VIVT4)

It is a Brazil-based company engaged in the telecommunications sector. The company and its subsidiaries are mainly engaged in the provision of fixed line services in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo and mobile telecommunication services throughout Brazil. As of December 31, 2011 its subsidiaries included Vivo SA, Telefonica Data SA, A Telecom SA, Telefonica Sistema de elevisao SA, Ajato Telecommuniacoes Ltda, GTR Participacoes e Empreendimentos SA, TVA Sul Parana SA, Lemontree Participacoes SA and Comercial Cabo TV Sao Paulo SA.

It has a market capitalization of 53.65 Billion, EPS is 3.69, P/E ratio is 12.93 and the dividend yield is 7.34% at the annual dividend payout of 0.20.

Cielo SA (BVMF: CIEL3)

It is engaged in providing services related to credit cards and other payment methods. The company offers a range of services including capture, transmission, processing and settlement of transactions using credit and debit cards, rental, installation and maintenance of point of sale terminals, capture and transmission services for transactions carried out with voucher, withdrawals using debit cards, recharge of prepaid phones through POS, and accreditation of shops and service providers. As of December 31, 2011 it had four subsidiaries such as Servinet Servicos Ltda,Servede Servicos SA, CieloPar Participacoes Ltda and Companhia Brasileira de Gestao de Servicos.

The company has a market capitalization of 44.35 Billion, EPS is 3.14, P/E ratio is 18.02 and the dividend yield is 3.55% at the annual dividend payout of 1.02.

Saraiva SA Liveiros Editores (BVMF: SLED4)

It is engaged in two areas: Publishing and retail of books. In the publishing area, the company is engaged in the publishing of elementary and high school textbooks, supplementary textbooks, juridical books as well as economics and management books. The company also offers digital books. In the retail area, the company operates a chain of bookstores in Brazil. In June 2013, it acquired Editors Erica Ltda. In that month the company launched of the self-publishing platform.

It has a market capitalization of 741.29 Million, EPS is 3.02, P/E ratio is 8.69 and the dividend yield is 2.98% at the annual dividend payout of 0.92.

Bradespar SA (BVMF: BRAP4)

It is engaged in the steel industry and based in Brazil. The company's primarily activity is to participate in other companies as a partner or shareholder. By its subsidiary which is Vale SA, the company is engaged in the extraction of iron ore, manganese and ferroalloys, pellet production, manufacture of non-ferrous minerals, production of potash, phosphate and nitrogen and logistic services. In Addition the company is also involved in the distribution, generation and commercialization of electricity energy in Brazil. As of December 31, 2011 it wholly owned Antares Holdings Ltda and held a 17% stake in Valepar SA.

The company has a market capitalization of 8.79 Billion, EPS is 1.29, P/E ratio is 19.49 and the dividend yield is 4.56% at the annual dividend payout of 0.27.

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