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Old 01-02-2004, 04:58 AM   #1
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S&P 500 - foreign income?

I remember once in a while financial media writes about foreign income/sales etc. of big American co.'s - usually expessed as % of S&P earnings. Times when the dollar is falling usually bring these forth.

Anybody seen anything lately? Ulterior motive - look at 60/40 index 'out of the can' and forget all that that other stuff.
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Re: S&P 500 - foreign income?
Old 01-03-2004, 03:59 PM   #2
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Re: S&P 500 - foreign income?

For the diehard stocks only, weak dollar, 'rich' folks my guru recommends 3M,GE,Coke,Procter & amble,United
Technologies,ExxonMobil,Johnson & Johnson and Citigroup for foreign earnings component and dividends. No percents though. For us 'poor folk'-Vanguard, Vanguard and more Vanguard funds.
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