Dividend

  • Two things to look for when investing in dividend stocks
  • 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.   ... ››› more
  • [11 October 2018]
  • Dividends and discounts make this share a great buy
  • Following on the theme of buying shares at a discount, today's company is trading at a discount to its net asset value as well as paying over 6.5% in dividends. You will get paid to patiently wait for the company's share price to return to a premium to its net asset value (NAV). The biggest reason for the discount is that it failed to comply with credit regulations in the past. These issues... ››› more
  • [18 September 2018]
  • The best investing strategy to weather volatility
  • The rand lost 4% of its value in mere days last week. At the same time, between 13 and 15 August the JSE lost 4% of its value. As uncertainty at home and abroad causes this kind of volatility, there's a simple kind of investment that warrants a place in portfolios. I'm talking about dividend paying stocks. The appeal is simple, dividend payers can provide investors with tangible returns (... ››› more
  • [22 August 2018]
  • Why you should be digging for discount dividend stocks
  • 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
  • [02 May 2018]
  • The most important thing to look for when investing for dividends
  • When you invest in shares there are two things that can make you money - capital appreciation as the share price rises. And dividends putting hard cash in your pocket. Most investors focus mostly on capital appreciation. But the fact is 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... ››› more
  • [25 October 2017]
  • Getting it right… 2 to buy and 2 to sell
  • Where is, the Rand going? The biggest surprise last week came from the Rand which strengthened another 2,3% against the US Dollar and 3% to the Pound. This put Rand hedge stocks under pressure and the Resources Index fell 2,7%. The JSE Top 40 index was down 1,5%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1,8% and the S&P500 1,5%, touching new highs. European markets were firmer but m... ››› more
  • [22 September 2017]
  • The easiest and safest way you can start earning passive income today
  • Imagine this... It's Monday morning. The sun is peeping over the horizon, you're sipping on a cup of coffee waiting for seven ‘o clock to arrive. You need to hit the road. You pull out of your driveway and watch the stream of cars head into the city. A smile drifts over your face because you're driving in the opposite direction. You're leaving town, hitting the open road. The ocean is ca... ››› more
  • [04 August 2016]
  • It's never too late to kick-start your “automatic-income machine” portfolio
  • 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
  • [28 July 2016]
  • One of the most attractive investment options for low-risk investors right now
  • 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
  • [21 July 2016]
  • Three great ways to invest your money in 2016/17
  • Nothing could prepare investors for the volatility that we've seen in the markets in recent months. It's been interesting to watch the economy dodge junk status, the JSE tank under Brexit and investors scramble around trying their best to find investment opportunities. The good news is, just because the financial markets are going crazy, doesn't meant there are no opportunities for your to pro... ››› more
  • [20 July 2016]
  • Here's how to avoid the worst dividend paying shares on the market
  • 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
  • [01 July 2016]
  • Everything you MUST know about tax and your investments
  • If you've been acting on the share recommendations the FSPInvest team delivers every month in publications like The South African Investor, Real Wealth and Red Hot Penny Shares, then you're probably making handsome investment returns right now. Soon, these investment returns will spark interest from SARS, and soon they'll come knocking asking for their share of your profits. Your broker is... ››› more
  • [09 June 2016]
  • Redefine Properties Limited (RDF) is paying dividends - You have a decision to make
  • If you've been holding Redefine Properties (RDF) shares, you have an important decision to make. You see, the company is paying a dividend of 41.70 cents for the six months ended 29 February 2016. You need to choose if you want to receive the cash dividend or use the dividend to reinvest to buy more shares. The biggest advantage of reinvesting your dividends is compounding   You accumulate... ››› more
  • [09 May 2016]
  • What must I do with my dividends?
  • I love receiving dividends but reinvesting dividends is not always the most cost effective way to invest it. Let me explain... When you only get paid out a couple of hundred or thousand rand in dividends, the brokerage costs of reinvesting that cash can eat away a large chunk of the money. That's why some investors draw the cash and spend it. This isn't a wise move either. So, today ... ››› more
  • [06 May 2016]
  • The perfect combination for great income and attractive capital growth
  • Dividend paying investments are the perfect income stream. And income is what gives you the freedom to enjoy your life. Daily Wealth expert, Dr. David Eifrig has this to say on the subject: “Ignoring dividends is a blind spot many investors have, and it's a mistake. You shouldn't measure your wealth by the balance of your bank account, but by the income it generates.” But first you need ... ››› more
  • [04 April 2016]
  • Whether you invest R10,000 or R100,000 don't ignore this rule
  • I often get this question from investors: “What makes a great company to invest in?” And while I can give you many technical answers about discounted cash flow (DCF) valuations, future growth forecasts and the like, the best answer is really simple. The very best companies are the ones that “pay back” their investors. That's the big rule of investing. Invest in companies that w... ››› more
  • [19 February 2016]
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