7/25/2011

Best Dividends in Title Insurance

The Most Promising Dividends in Title Insurance By Fool. Below, I've compiled some of the major dividend-paying players in this industry (and a few smaller outfits), ranked according to their dividend yields.

Here are the best promising dividends in title insurance:


Company
Recent Yield
5-Year Avg. Annual Div. Growth Rate
Payout Ratio
Old Republic International(NYSE: ORI  )
6.50%
-5.50%
NM
OneBeacon Insurance Group
6.30%
Irregular
50%*
Fidelity National Financial(NYSE: FNF  )
3%
3.60%
38%
Assured Guaranty (NYSE:AGO  )
1.20%
7.10%
10%
Stewart Information Services (NYSE: STC  )
0.50%
-48%
19%
Radian Group (NYSE: RDN  )
0.20%
-38.70%
NM


Related Stock Ticker:
ORI, FNF, AGO, STC, RDN

Source: Fool.com

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