Thermo Fisher: Why Buying Its 0.2% Yield Makes Sense


  • Thermo Fisher is the perfect dividend growth stock despite its 0.20% dividend yield, which seems like a dealbreaker.
  • However, it has all characteristics to deliver outperforming long-term capital gains for its investors without exposing investors to high volatility.
  • The company has aggressive M&A growth on top of strong organic sales growth, which is leading to high earnings growth and free cash flow generation.
  • Moreover, its business model allows for strong pricing and secular growth in multiple healthcare-related areas.

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It’s time to cover a truly fantastic dividend stock. In this case, we’re going to take a look at Massachusetts-based healthcare giant Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE:TMO), a company with a huge footprint in healthcare and related technologies

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