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Foreign Stocks

Many foreign dividend payers can have considerably higher yields than their American counterparts.


Foreign companies are usually not classified as perpetual dividend raisers because of currency fluctuation.


ADR = American Depository Receipt. Allows you to invest in a foreign stock held in US currency and gives the right to change to foreign currency at any time. 


Foreign companies often pay dividends only once or twice a year instead of quarterly like US companies.

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