Ian Wyatt’s “Dividend Al Capone” Teaser

by hillgs | April 5, 2013 8:56 pm

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[1]

Endnotes:
  1. http://www.highyieldwealth.com/landing/29514/hywded90capryan3913wd: http://www.highyieldwealth.com/landing/29514/hywded90capryan3913wd

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    Casey Conrad
    Jul 19 2014, 12:53:48 pm

    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.

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    Mike
    Dec 8 2014, 01:56:03 pm

    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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