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The Best Yielding Stock Buys Of Donald Yacktman’s - Yacktman Focused Q4-2011 Fund Portfolio

Best Dividend Stock Increases Of Donald Yacktman - Yacktman Focused Q4-2011 Fund By Dividend Yield – Stock Capital, Investment. Here is a current overview of the best yielding stocks that Donald Yacktman bought last quarter for his fund “Yacktman Focused”. In total, he manages 39 stocks with a total portfolio worth of USD 3,821,410,000. These are the best yielding buys and stock holding increases:

Avon Products Inc. (AVP) is acting within the “Personal Products” industry and has a market capitalization of $7.86 Billion. The company has 430.77 Million shares outstanding of which 0.17% were owned by insiders and 85.48% by institutional financial institutions. Institutional investors modified their positions by 0.30%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 10.73
- Price/Sales: 0.69
- Price/Book: 4.30
- Dividend yield: 5.04%.


6-Month Chart of Avon Products Inc. (Click to enlarge)


ConocoPhillips (COP) is acting within the “Major Integrated Oil & Gas” industry and has a market capitalization of $92.04 Billion. The company has 1.33 Billion shares outstanding of which 0.12% were owned by insiders and 71.66% by institutional financial institutions. Insiders changed their positions by 443.25% over the past 6 month while institutional investors modified their positions by -0.52%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 7.72
- Price/Sales: 0.37
- Price/Book: 1.40
- Dividend yield: 3.81%.


6-Month Chart of ConocoPhillips (Click to enlarge)


Sysco Corp. (SYY) is acting within the “Food Wholesale” industry and has a market capitalization of $17.82 Billion. The company has 586.03 Million shares outstanding of which 0.20% were owned by insiders and 74.92% by institutional financial institutions. Insiders changed their positions by 23.11% over the past 6 month while institutional investors modified their positions by -0.15%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 15.52
- Price/Sales: 0.44
- Price/Book: 3.84
- Dividend yield: 3.55%.


6-Month Chart of Sysco Corp. (Click to enlarge)


The Clorox Company (CLX) is acting within the “Housewares & Accessories” industry and has a market capitalization of $9.12 Billion. The company has 131.90 Million shares outstanding of which 0.24% were owned by insiders and 66.80% by institutional financial institutions. Insiders changed their positions by 23.39% over the past 6 month while institutional investors modified their positions by -5.32%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 33.24
- Price/Sales: 1.73
- Price/Book: -
- Dividend yield: 3.47%.


6-Month Chart of The Clorox Company (Click to enlarge)


Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) is acting within the “Personal Products” industry and has a market capitalization of $173.91 Billion. The company has 2.75 Billion shares outstanding of which 0.04% were owned by insiders and 57.70% by institutional financial institutions. Insiders changed their positions by -2.65% over the past 6 month while institutional investors modified their positions by -0.07%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 18.59
- Price/Sales: 2.04
- Price/Book: 2.68
- Dividend yield: 3.32%.


6-Month Chart of Procter & Gamble Co. (Click to enlarge)


Pepsico, Inc. (PEP) is acting within the “Beverages - Soft Drinks” industry and has a market capitalization of $103.78 Billion. The company has 1.56 Billion shares outstanding of which 0.06% were owned by insiders and 68.06% by institutional financial institutions. Insiders changed their positions by 6.83% over the past 6 month while institutional investors modified their positions by -0.32%.


Here are the price ratios of the company:
- P/E ratio: 17.02
- Price/Sales: 1.61
- Price/Book: 4.42
- Dividend yield: 3.10%.


6-Month Chart of Pepsico, Inc. (Click to enlarge)

Take a closer look at the detailed stock changes from last quarter Q4/2011: Yacktman’s - YacktmanFocused Q4-2011 Fund Portfolio

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