The Henssler Equity portfolio includes companies like PepsiCo , Kimberly-Clark , Proctor & Gamble and Church and Dwight .
"These companies have been around a long time, selling products that are in high demand, and will stay in high demand. They have optimal debt structures. They pay a dividend, and those dividends are safe," reasoned Parrish.
On the other hand, McIver says he finds consistent dividends across multiple sectors. In his portolio are Praxair , Oracle , and Varian Medical Systems .
While they are diverse, McIver says these companies "create shareholder value and real returns."
He also thinks these companies are strong enough to avoid market turmoil in both Europe and the US.
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Rob McIver is personally invested in the "Jensen Quality Growth Mutual Fund" which holds the aforementioned securites. Ted Parrish does not own the aforementioned stocks directly, but does own shares in the Henssler Equity Fund.
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