Ian Wyatt’s “Dividend Al Capone” Teaser

By hillgs, April 5, 2013

Any ideas as to the identity of the 3 companies Ian identifies as ”Dividend Al Capones” that allegedly hold monopoly positions in their markets and allegedly pay out huge dividends (one of them $232/share), increasing them every year? See the tease at http://www.highyieldwealth.com/landing/29514/hywded90capryan3913wd

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paddamo
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paddamo

The first stock is McDonalds. The dividends paid by McDonalds match the graph exactly.

Gregory Hill
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Gregory Hill

Thanks, Paul.

paddamo
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paddamo

The second dividend Al Capone stock is Altria. They hold 50% of the US market, followed by Reynolds America at 29%.

Gregory Hill
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Gregory Hill

Again, thank you.

Ligaya
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Ligaya

Thanks!

Bobby
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Bobby

And what is stock # 3?

Larry Allbritton
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Larry Allbritton

Still wondering what the third Dividend Al Capone stock is. Anyone got an idea or answer?

fournier0717
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fournier0717

BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY?

Dennis Stork
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Dennis Stork

Berkshire Hathaway does not pay a dividend.

Casey Conrad
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Casey Conrad

Well # 3 has paid out more than a century of dividends, so it would likely be a company like proctor and gamble, colgate, or general mills. Not sure which one though as the teaser is pretty vague.

Bruce
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Bruce

Could it be a gambling stock??

Mike
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Mike

I think it is Johnson & Johnson ( Founded 1886, and 52 straight years of raising its dividend).

Rupe
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Rupe

Proud to become a member of the JNJ family! Excellent company

Mike
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Mike

Or it may be General Electric. GE has paid a dividend each quarter for over one hundred years. and is the only company that was on the original 1896 list (one of 12 at the time) that is still part of the DJIA.

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