Listen: AT, Royal Dutch Shell British Petroleum And UK discussed on Red Eye Radio
"But many of the largest companies in the UK are world class companies that do business around the world in many ways a legacy of the British empire. And really don't do that much business in the UK. And as a consequence aren't actually that effected by what's happening domestically. But the stock prices have been weighed down by the Brexit on certain. Not. So as you guys like to say don't punish them just where they get their mail delivered. I like that. I like that. Yeah. So three ideas would be Royal Dutch Shell British Petroleum so to multinational energy companies, and then GlaxoSmithKline each of those yielding more than five percent today to ideas in the US that I think are interesting is our AT and T and IBM AT and T has a six point three percent yield about his highest. It's been over the last few decades. And what's interesting about AT and T is they are undergoing this large merger with Time Warner, and there's a lot of uncertainty about that. As a consequence investors have just been taking a wait and see attitude toward the stock and AT&_T's"