01 Sep What Billionaires are Buying for Monthly Paychecks
What Billionaires are Buying for Monthly Paychecks
Sept. 1, 2023
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You know what billionaires like?
You know what else they like?
You how they like to do that?
By buying dividend stocks.
There are six dividend stocks that pay a very good dividend and are currently loved by billionaires.
If people who are obsessed with money are buying things that they think will make more money, it might be a decent idea to pay attention.
Here’s the first dividend stock they’re buying.
- ADC (Agree Realty)
- Yield: 4.75%
- Billionaires that own it: Ken Fisher, Bruce Flatt, Ken Griffin, Ray Dalio, Steve Cohen, Jim Simons, Israel Englander, Clifford Asness
- What is it? ADC develops properties rented to national names like Walmart, Dollar General, Tractor Supply, Best Buy, Dollar Tree, Kroger.
Billionaires like getting a lot for their money, and ADC’s yield is as good or better than bonds/savings accounts. But they also like seeing their money grow. Does ADC beat the market over time? Yes.
Here’s another one.
- PECO (Phillips Edison & Co.)
- Yield: 3.27%
- Billionaires that own it: Ken Fisher, Ken Griffin, Jim Simons, Clifford Asness
- What is it? It owns shopping centers anchored by grocery stores; top tenants are Kroger, Publix, Albertsons, Walmart
Does PECO beat the market over time? It crushes it. But it’s new.
Here’s the third one.
- STAG (STAG Industrial)
- Yield: 4.1%
- Billionaires that own it: Bruce Flatt, Ken Griffin, Steve Cohen, Israel Englander, Clifford Asness
- What is it? It owns and manages huge distribution centers and warehouses along interstate highways; Amazon is largest tenant; others include American Tire Distributors, Hachette Book Group, Tempur Sealy, DHI, FedEx, Penguin Random House, and Ford Motor Company
Does STAG beat the market over time? Yes indeed.
A nice paycheck while outperforming the market?
Maybe these billionaires know a thing or two.
My members in the Stock Program will get the other three picks this Sunday.
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Talk to you soon.
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