Delayed Gratification Investing: A Nestle Stock Spotlight

If I had to choose the lowest-risk investment that is available in the publicly traded markets, I would choose Nestle. When I say lowest risk, I do not mean that owning Nestle stock will experience the lowest amount of fluctuations in its stock price over the long haul, but rather, the stock whose operating subsidiaries have the greatest chance of still existing fifty, sixty, even a hundred years from now.

“Nestle” is the answer to the question: “What stock should I purchase that I want to take care of me in retirement and provide for my children and grandchildren in the decades thereafter?”

I was thinking about Nestle yesterday when I saw that it paid out $2.4164 on every share of Nestle owned, for a 3.1% dividend yield at the current price that is hovering between the $76 and $77 range.

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