If you're looking for good stocks to invest in, you should turn your attention to companies paying dividends.
Research shows that stocks with high dividend yields tend to better the performance of ones that don't over the long-term.
And if you're looking to add some offshore exposure to your portfolio, there are a number of stocks that fit the bill.
Let's take a closer look…
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Many investors focus solely on making money in the stock market by buying low and selling high.
But by focusing on share prices alone, you miss out on making returns by another way.
So what should you do?
Read on to find out…
You have to focus on the dividends you gain from your investments
When investing in shares it’s all too easy to focus on what share prices are doing an... ››› more
Investing in shares that pay dividends can be a great way to create an income for your retirement.
If you're seeking income from your investments, you may focus more on bonds than shares. But by doing this, you're losing out on the benefits that dividend investing brings.
Read on to find out why you should invest in dividend paying shares…
How to pick the best shares paying dividends... ››› more
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