Investing in stocks that pay large, growing dividends has become very popular. It's a sensible strategy, made all the more attractive by the slide in interest rates, which has made it ever harder to find a reliable investment income. While it's impossible to invest in stocks without risking your capital, dividends - once paid - at least represent a return that the dividend payer can't take back. S... ››› more
If you're looking for an investment that could provide you with an income, then look no further than shares paying dividends. To ensure that you make the best investment, you need to find companies that pay consistent dividends. And not just that, the company has to grow these dividends over time. Here's why you should invest in shares paying great dividends...
There are plenty of investments ou... ››› more
Reinvesting your dividends is a powerful wealth building tool. It allows you to compound your investments quickly. You might be familiar with a Dividend Reinvestment Programme (usually referred to as a DRIP). A DRIP reinvests the dividends from your investment. This enables you to accumulate more shares and increase the value of your position at a faster rate. But what if you could improve that sy... ››› more
You should include high quality, dividend paying businesses as part of your portfolio. You might thing these businesses are boring to invest in. Or that the companies are too big, they tend to be blue chips. But let's take a closer look at why you should have dividend paying shares in your portfolio...
Some investors don't fancy investing in shares that continually increase their dividend pa... ››› more
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