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The world of finance has changed its paradigm again. No more ridiculous valuations, no more easy money, and no more financial assets that rise in price without making even the slightest profit. Rising interest rates brought back the cost of risk. From now on, the value of an irretrievable financial asset falls. Thus, in the stock markets, according to analysts, preference should be given primarily to those that provide the highest profitability. For FREEDOM24, here is a list of 7 European stocks with over 6% returns. The cash flows of these companies suggest that their profitability will not collapse in 2022 and 2023, even if a recession occurs.
A selection of 7 high yielding European stocks
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These securities were selected by Freedom Finance broker. Its brokerage platform available to French investors is Freedom24.
The recommendations of Freedom Finance analysts were taken into account
In May, recommendations from Freedom Finance analysts for Zoom Video and Beyond Meat took first place in two rankings: Bloomberg Absolute Return Rank and Portfolio BARR Ranking. Our analysts’ forecasts were better than those of Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan and other well-known investment banks. The Bloomberg Absolute Return Rating is a rating based on the performance of specific stocks, as well as the returns of all instruments considered. The BARR portfolio rating is based on the relative performance levels of the total number of stocks covered by analysts over the past year.
Why is the performance of these stocks not displayed?
It’s very simple, because the performance of an action depends on the cost of the action that ended up in your portfolio. Earnings displayed on some sites are based on year-end share price or an average of past prices, which doesn’t make much sense in our opinion.
How is a stock’s return calculated?
The return on a share is its dividend, and the rate of return is calculated by dividing the amount of the dividend by the cost of the share at purchase (purchase price + exchange costs), i.e. dividend/share price (example: annual dividend of €1.20 per share, cost of share €20, rate of return 1.20/20 or 6% per annum).
Financial Markets / Risk Warning : Investing involves risk. By investing in financial markets, you may lose all or part of your capital. We recommend that you only invest in financial products that match your knowledge and experience. Past results do not prejudge future results, they are not constant over time and are in no way a guarantee of future results or capital.
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