3 European Dividend Stocks to Consider

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According to Robert Holmes, "Job Curtis, manager of the Henderson Global Equity Income Fund (HFQAX), understands why risk-averse investors have been brainwashed into believing U.S. large-cap stocks with big dividends are the best place to be. ... As he's based in Europe, Curtis knows that investors are certainly capable of finding better yields outside of the U.S. He says markets outside the U.S. tend to yield more, noting that the average yield across Europe is about 4%. He also says investors could even find yield across the Pacific Ocean in Asia." Read more here.

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