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Prince Al-Waleed Loves These Stocks

The Saudi prince's high-yielding holdings include Eastman Kodak and Pepsico.

Updated from 7:59 a.m. EDT

Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal may not be as famous as Warren Buffett, but he is a very successful investor.

The prince, a member of the Saudi royal family, had his first big success investing in Citicorp, now


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, in the 1990s. According to


magazine, he is one of the 10 richest people in the world. His portfolio has reportedly had an average annual return of 20% over the last 16 years.

Stockpickr has reviewed all the stocks the prince owns and compiled a portfolio of Princely Stocks With High Yields, which include


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