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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Dividends can make you massive returns.
If for instance you bought Adapt IT in 2009, you'd have paid 44c per share. Since then the company has paid out 81.84cps in dividends - a return of 186% from dividends alone.
Based on the latest dividend of 17.1cps, you'd make 38.8% on your original investment THIS YEAR ALONE.
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There's an old saying on Wall Street that says, "Profits are a matter of opinion, but dividends are a matter of fact."
And simply put - I believe too few investors are giving sufficient attention to many of the incredible dividend paying stocks on the JSE…
If you're like me, into fast moving high return shares, you know its even more difficult finding small cap companies that pay a divid... ››› more
Wouldn't it be a nice for a change, to see consistent income flowing in your account instead of out?
I'm talking about the kind of income that could help you:
• Pay off debts
• Supercharge your retirement
• Build the wealth you need to live the lifestyle you want
Basically do whatever you want, when you want - with no money worries. The kind of income that comes streaming in no m... ››› more
The other day, while making my morning coffee, a work colleague asked me about an opportunity to earn an 11.5% return on a fixed-term bond investment.
And she wasn't talking about RSA Government Retail Bonds. She was talking about investing in a Participation Bond Fund, specifically the FedGroup Participation Bond Fund.
When you invest in a Participation Bond Fund, money is pooled with oth... ››› more
Companies that pay huge dividends give your portfolio a certain level of protection and a steady flow of passive income.
This extra income stream is perfect for investors nearing retirement because it relieves some of the financial pressure and grows your retirement savings with very little effort. With a powerful dividend packed portfolio, you don't have to tap into your capital or savings... ››› more
If you're investing for income, then a high yield is an essential part of your strategy. So what stocks can you look to for high yields? One option is to concentrate on preference shares. Many investors like the idea of investing in preference shares as they come with a guaranteed dividend. Something ordinary shares don't offer. Let's take a closer look at these high yielding dividend shares…
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If you're looking to invest for income, you'll want to buy shares that pay out decent dividends. Once you've found shares that pay out good dividends, you'll want to know the likelihood of the company continuing to pay this out. But how can you do that? By calculating the company's dividend cover. Read on to find out how you can do this…
How to calculate dividend cover
Simply put, the div... ››› more
“If you have a long-term investment horizon of at least ten years, your best investment is not funds, ETFs, growth stocks, bonds or gold, but a diversified portfolio of high quality dividend stocks,” advises an investment article on wikihow. Here's what you need to know to ensure you pick the best dividend shares on the market. “Dividends signal a good business! Regular and increasing divide... ››› more
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