Monday, January 17

Which are the Cedears that pay dividends in the coming months


Investors can generate profits from buying shares in 2 ways: capital gains or dividends. Capital gains are highly dependent on the stock market. Although a society can counter a declining market, a significant number of companies, at least those with the strongest businesses, will continue to pay dividends. A stable and reliable flow of dividends can make an interesting difference in the returns of the portfolios, since they obtain income even in unstable markets. In turn, they provide good protection against inflation and rising rates. Dividend-paying stocks are typically less volatile than non-dividend-paying stocks.

To recoup the initial investment if the stock fails to appreciate, it can only be achieved through dividend income. The recovery will be in a shorter time if dividends increase.

The companies that distribute dividends that we include in this pack, in addition to being leaders in their respective businesses, distribute dividends consistently. For the selection of the CEDEARS that make up this pack we use two criteria. On the one hand, we chose two companies with high dividend yield (dividends paid / current price) and high dividend growth rate in recent years. On the other hand, we chose two companies that belong to the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats, this is a stock index made up of the companies in the S&P 500 index that have increased their dividends in each of at least the last 25 years. All have strong fundamentals and excellent ratios. These CEDEARS tend to make up a part of most portfolios, since they offer passive income, even in times of recession and reduce its volatility.

Altria Group

It is a conglomerate of companies that are dedicated to the global tobacco and beverage industry. It owns the Marlboro, Black & Mild Cigars and Wet Pipe Tobacco brands under a number of trademarks. It also markets various wines and sparkling wines under the Chateau St. Michelle brand, imports and distributes various brands from Europe within the United States. Its dividend yield rate is 8.07% at the end of 2021 and its annual growth rate is 3.89% over the last 5 years.

Marlboro will go from $ 8.50 to $ 9.

Marlboro will go from $ 8.50 to $ 9.

Exxon Mobil Corporation

It is the largest publicly traded oil company in the world. It is dedicated to the exploration and production of gas and oil in the USA and other countries. It operates through the Upstream, Downstream and Chemical segments. It ended 2020 with more than 22,000 wells operated. Worldwide, ExxonMobil markets fuels, lubricants, and chemicals under four brand names: Esso, Exxon, Mobil, and ExxonMobil. It maintained dividends throughout the pandemic and exceeded earnings expectations for the past 5 quarters. With oil on the rise, it is expected to continue to surprise in the next balance sheets. Its dividend yield rate is 5.46% at the end of 2021 and its annual growth rate is 3.21%.

Qatar Petroleum bought 30% of Exxon’s subsidiaries in Argentina

The Coca-Cola Company

It is the largest non-alcoholic beverage company in the world. It has 135 years of experience, markets its products in more than 200 countries and, together with its bottling partners, employs more than 700,000 people. Its products include carbonated soft drinks, still drinks, colas, sports drinks, juices and the entire spectrum existing in this market. It not only owns the Coca-Cola brand but also has the dominance of other top-level brands such as Sprite, Fanta, Powerade, Schweppes, Minute Maid, AdeS, etc. It belongs to the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats, its dividend rate of return at the end of 2021 is 2.97% and it has been distributing dividends for 59 years without interruption.

Coca Cola

Pixabay

The Procter & Gamble Company

It has operations in more than 180 countries. It has 5 segments: Beauty, Grooming, Healthcare, Homecare and Baby, female and family care. Some of its main brands are Head & Shoulders, Herbal Essences, Pantene, Pampers, Ariel, Tide, Always, Gillete, Oral-B, Old Spice and Safeguard. It belongs to the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats, since it has paid dividends for 65 years without interruption. Its dividend yield rate is 2.36% at the end of 2021 and its annual growth rate is 4.97% over the last 5 years.

In order to invest in this pack, you can open an account at Balanz in a 100% digital, simple, fast and secure way in less than 24 hours. Once opened, the client transfers the amount he wishes to invest from his bank account to the principal account assigned in Balanz and there -from the platform or app- he looks for the Investment Idea section; Select the Dividend Yield pack and invest. If the investor prefers to follow this path hand in hand with a specialist, it is important to note that at Balanz each client has a financial advisor at their disposal to accompany them at all times and assist them in their investment strategies in a personalized way.

Head of Investment Ideas de Balanz Capital.



www.ambito.com