Week 48

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is the pick for Monday, Nov. 25. One of the largest companies in the world with nearly $82 billion in sales and 134,000 employees, JNJ has been around for over 133 years. They sell goods in 175 countries and are a component of the S&P 100, S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The current yield is 2.89%.

Sun Life Financial (SLF) gets the Tuesday spot. This Canadian financial services company was established in 1865 and currently has $720 billion in assets under management. The numbers look great and the current yield is 3.67%.

Bank of Hawaii (BOH), a repeat from Weeks 9 and 22, gets the mid-week slot. Our returns were 0.81% and 0.24% – both times in just over a week. The current yield is 3.01%.

Thanksgiving Holiday – markets are closed.

We’ll close out November with Kellogg (K). With over $13 billion in annual sales this 113 year old company employs 34,000 people and is a component of the S&P 500. Dividends have been on the rise for the last 14 years and the current yield is 3.53%.