When do you sell a dividend stock?
Some investors love dividend stocks so much they will never sell.
But if your goal is to generate a consistent growing income, knowing when to sell can be tricky.
After all dividend stock prices can fall and dividends can get cut… so what then?
Here are three warning signs to look out for to know when to sell.
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When Afrimat listed in 2006, it focused only on building materials. Had it remained this way, it would have been in big trouble.
However, early diversification let it supply contractors working on large infrastructure projects. And during the financial crisis and the subsequent recession, it chose to diversify further, with less reliance on government infrastructure spending.
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Afrimat is an open pit mining firm supplying the construction and industrial sectors. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Afrimat Limited
Short name: Afrimat
Sector: Construction & materials – construction & materials
Five top facts about Afrimat
Afrimat is a black empowered company, with its BEE shareholding sitting abo... ››› more
Investors are taking note of Afrimat. At the end of October, the South African open pit mining company reported a 16.3% rise in diluted headline earnings per share for the six months ended August 2012. On Thursday, it released further positive results for the year to February 2013 that show it's maintaining its growth trajectory despite challenging times for the local mining sector…
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