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  • How to boost your dividend payment potential
  • Investing in dividend paying stocks is a strategy followed by many investors. To find the best dividend paying companies, you have two options. You can do some research and uncover the best shares to buy or you can invest in a unit trust or exchange traded fund (ETF) and let a fund manager do the picking. So which option should you pick? Read on to find out… Dividend paying stock... ››› more
  • [12 March 2015]
  • How to snowball your investment with dividend paying shares
  • If you're an income seeker, you no doubt have some dividend paying shares in your portfolio. But did you know that you can make these dividends work for you? You can use your dividends to grow your investment amount. It all comes down to compounding. So what is compounding? And how can you use compounding to grow your investment? Read on to find out… What is compounding? Com... ››› more
  • [09 January 2015]
  • Looking for sustainable dividends? Check out the dividend pay-out ratio…
  • If you're investing for income, dividends play a vital role in your strategy. Whilst there are no guarantees that a company will always pay out a dividend, you can check the likelihood of this with some simple calculations. One of these calculations is the dividend pay-out ratio. So how can you calculate the dividend pay-out ratio? And how can you use this information? Read on to find ... ››› more
  • [03 December 2014]
  • Why dividends are a real signal of what's going on within a company
  • Investing in companies for their dividend payments may be part of your investment strategy. Receiving dividends reminds you that your investment is doing well and paying you a tidy sum twice a year. But there are other reasons why you should be happy about receiving dividends from companies you invest in. What are these? Read on to find out… Dividends reveal a lot about a compa... ››› more
  • [07 November 2014]
  • Don't let rising dividends fool you
  • One sign of a company worth investing in for its dividend payments is when it can consistently raise these over the years. But this doesn't necessarily mean that all is well within the company. Even from the outside if a company's looking good, you need to do some digging around before committing your cash to investing. One prime example of this is UK supermarket giant Tesco. The supermarket... ››› more
  • [04 November 2014]
  • Two signs that could signal a company's about to cut its dividend
  • If you're an income investor, the last thing you want is to invest in a company for its dividend and for the company to cut it. Even if you're not investing solely for a company's dividend it can be worthwhile finding out more. When a company regularly pays a dividend then cuts it or withholds it, chances are the share price will fall as a result. So what can you look at when it comes to che... ››› more
  • [04 November 2014]
  • Perform these two checks on your dividend paying stocks to check their health
  • Dividends matter to a lot of investors. If you have a lot of dividend paying stocks in your portfolio, you'll want to check whether they're likely to continue. And if you're about to invest in a stock because of its dividend, you'll want to check the likelihood of the company continuing to pay it. So what can you do to check? There are a couple of things you can do. Read on to find out wh... ››› more
  • [03 November 2014]
  • Dividend cover: How to check if your dividend payments are safe
  • If you rely on dividend payments for income or reinvest your dividends to help grow your investment, you want to check if they're safe. Whether a company's going to continue to pay dividends into the future is an important aspect of your investment strategy. So how can you check the safety of your dividend payments? One well-used method is checking a company's dividend cover. Read on t... ››› more
  • [03 November 2014]
  • Boost the income from your dividend portfolio with this one simple trick
  • Investing in dividend paying companies is a great way to secure an income into the future. If you want to build up your income paying portfolio for later in life, what's the best way to achieve this? Let's take a closer look… Getting started with your dividend portfolio If you’re looking to earn a decent income from your dividend portfolio in the future, the earlier you get star... ››› more
  • [28 October 2014]
  • What's the best stop loss strategy for your dividend paying shares?
  • Running a stop loss is one of the easiest ways for investors to keep a lid on their losses when investing in shares. Trailing stop losses also have their benefits as they lock in profits when a share price rises. But what should you do when it comes to stop losses with your dividend paying shares? After all, you bought them for their dividend payments, not capital appreciation. Here's one wa... ››› more
  • [22 October 2014]
  • If you're investing for good dividend yields, you should look overseas
  • If you're looking for bumper dividend yields, you could search further afield than South Africa. So where can you look to invest? Read on to find out… The link between share prices and dividend yields When share prices rise it causes their dividend yields to fall. For instance… Company ABC’s shares are trading at R20 each. It pays R1 a year in dividends. That means it di... ››› more
  • [18 September 2014]
  • A strategy to help you spot the best dividend paying companies
  • When it comes to finding the companies that will continue to pay great dividends into the future, you need to look back at what's happened in the past. By looking back at how companies have performed over the past five to ten years, you can gauge how they may perform going forward. Following a strategy like this is one of the best ways to gauge what companies look promising if you're investi... ››› more
  • [12 September 2014]
  • Don't let a company's dividend yield mislead you, especially if it's a REIT
  • Contrary to what you may believe, a company's dividend yield actually tells you very little about how much it will pay you. Yes, the dividend yield is your income from a company. And yes, the bigger the dividend yield, the bigger the payments. But it's not just as simple as that. Especially if the company is a real estate investment trust (REIT). Let's take a closer look… How the ... ››› more
  • [11 September 2014]
  • Income seekers alert: How to build a dividend paying portfolio
  • If you're looking to invest for income, dividend paying shares are a great place to start. So if you want to build a dividend portfolio, where should you begin? Let's take a closer look… Finding the right dividend paying shares The first thing you need to do it find shares to put into your dividend paying portfolio. You tend to find that the larger companies on the Johannesburg S... ››› more
  • [26 August 2014]

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