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-- mediocre but the answer to where to get big returns is.
Pretty obvious at least a -- remarks on manager of the Gabelli dividend growth but -- -- dividends and growth.
And you manage about two billion in assets over there the -- you know to say that the markets are mediocre.
When the doubt double digit percentages here to dates the S&P looking very healthy -- -- mediocre wellstone in a mediocre in terms of performance you're right but perhaps mediocre in terms of valuation -- thirteen of fourteen multiple here that's kind of and you know middle -- in line with long term valuation but I think what kind of makes you more -- earnings here in their fourth it would take to mediocre valuations okay.
Do you also plants that in some way shape or form when you start to really see these numbers out of Europe.
Looking horrible and not necessarily because there's a direct correlation but psychologically might -- us down and we need to be shifting around our portfolio -- Well I do think that you know Europe certainly will.
Contribute more of a drag the United States and we've seen yet on and I I think right now it's time to be doing the obvious which is heading towards dividend paying stocks that he gets -- -- -- return in addition to some longer term appreciation -- yesterday we talked a lot about dividends that day before we talked a lot about dividends.
How is your message different from the basic -- stalked the pace out of dividend.
Well it's a little bit a little bit more on looking for growth founded the dividend growth -- -- -- total return fund and we were finding the best opportunities for total return of companies with.
Reasonable valuations -- that have very strong balance sheets good earnings good cash component that earnings.
So they can pay dividends and grow that dividend at but over time -- -- -- -- their -- you know what teach our our investor viewers right now because they may go on foxbusiness.com.
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What is the number one thing you just said -- a strong balance sheet that's a broad.
-- what is the first thing you look at on -- balance sheet when you have those numbers before -- Well we won't like it hit a good balance sheet I think that we care more a little bit more about growing earnings over time so I would say investors should -- themselves in the direction of the company that can grow earnings over time -- -- -- would go back several years what quarter after quarter after quarter through thick and -- Are they increasing the money they're able to make but also keeping their cost down so the bottom one number looks that yes and do they have true top line growth opportunities for the next few years ahead in it and a world -- very slow demand and low growth worldwide.
Dividends it used to be.
That we had dividend plays coming out of telecoms and utilities where you look for -- -- You know I really think that investor needs looked for the total return so we're looking for yield in companies.
That have good opportunities for growth over the next two years and sometimes as a consumer companies pharmaceutical companies are finding a broad range of those kinds of companies really you know adjusted utilities and Telecom OK so you're all sitting -- at home or at work sixteen.
What are those companies barber is back to name a whole bunch of them but most.
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