Have you ever wanted to make a passive income from the stocks you purchase? When many people think of dividend investing they think of retirees trying to preserve their nest egg.
What if I told you dividends aren’t just for retirees, they are for everyone and anyone that is looking for long term, steady wealth from the stock market. When you take into account a stocks total return from dividends and appreciation it is quite easy to get a respectable total return that over a period of years can make you financially secure. With the added benefit of dividend growth you can ensure your income grows to help keep pace with inflation.
Dividend Investing – The Truth About Dividend and Long Term … More >>
Dividend Investing – The Truth About Dividends and Long Term Income Investing
This Guide is for BEGINNERS. Those who want to get started investing in dividend stocks and want to know the basics to begin. If you are already a seasoned investor, then it’s probably not for you.– Want to receive checks from your investments every month or quarter (depending on how often the company pays out) rather than wait around for the stock price to increase?
Then investing for the dividend income is a wise strategy in both good and bad market conditions.
In fact history has shown that investors that choose stocks that pay good dividends actually fare better than those investors that don’t.
In this guide, finance blogger and author Tracey Edwards has done th… More >>
The 10 Best Dividend Paying Stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Rodney Hobson, author of bestseller “Shares Made Simple” (9781905641451), is back with a brand new book designed to help you build a balanced share portfolio that provides dividend income, whether you’re just starting out or ready to retire. Designed for longevity but particularly pertinent in times of low interest rates, “The Dividend Investor” is packed with real-life examples, case studies and analysis. Topics covered include: Ratios; Yield; Dividend cover; Dividend payout ratio; Total return; Cash flow; Burn rate; Gearing (also referred to as leverage); Interest cover; Earnings per share; and, Price/earnings ratio, plus the advantages and disadvantages of shareholder perks. If you’re looking to make the mos… More >>
The Dividend Investor: How to maximise your income by investing in shares