Are You Home Country Biased? Global Dividends Can Provide Interesting Opportunities


Are You Home Country Biased? Global Dividends Can Provide Interesting Opportunities

Are you looking to increase the yield on your dividend stocks? Are you aware there are stocks outside of the US? While we all know we can buy stocks in other countries, most do not. This is not a US-centric problem. Home country bias is a global bias. We all inherently follow Peter Lynch by investing in what we know. However this limits you to opportunities and lowers your potential dividend yield. Global dividends are a great way to enhance your income on investments if you know what you are doing. We discuss how you can do that.

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Today's Guest:  Matt Peron

Matt Peron is Director of Research at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2020. He oversees the firm’s sector research teams and analysts, and is a named portfolio manager on all research strategies. In this role, he is responsible for the firm’s centralized equity research effort, collaborating with portfolio managers, the head of equities and the global chief investment officer. He also heads the firm’s Portfolio Oversight Team. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Peron was chief investment officer at City National Bank (the U.S. Private Bank for the Royal Bank of Canada) from 2018. Earlier, he was an executive vice president and global head of equities at Northern Trust in Chicago from 2005. Mr. Peron has served on or chaired several investment committees overseeing asset allocations for large asset pools. He began his career in fixed income in 1990 and also has extensive experience with quantitative and fundamental portfolio management.

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