5 of the Best International Dividend Stocks Today

It’s clear that we have experienced a bonanza in the U.S. stock market, but only few runs might be left before a correction could bring shares back to a more normal valuation, especially if inflation results in higher interest rates in the future.

International stocks are catching up with the Nasdaq but still show lower valuations. This helps us find some new long-term opportunities.

With this article, I would like to discuss few international stocks that present excellent investment case especially from the dividend perspective

Rio Tinto and BHP

In 2020 and early 2021, those shares have benefited from commodity price increases, creating massive profit and a large dividend this September.

Since July 2021, their share prices have followed a substantial decline in Iron Ore and I believe this could continue until Feb 2022 when China will host the next winter Olympics.

Aside from the quarterly financial statements, companies typically also discuss their results in a press release and a conference call with analysts who cover the stock.

China is indeed trying to fight pollution before this very public event, reducing steel production, causing a decline in Iron ore demand.


Stellantis is a Dutch company born from the merger between FCA and Peugeot and is listed in the US, Italy and France.

Integration has started this year and it expects to generate 5 billion euros ($5.8 billion) of synergies. In the first 6 months Net Profit achieved almost 8B€ ($9.29 billion), while the current capitalization is 50B€ ($58 billion) with 15B€ ($17.4 billion) net cash.

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