If you're looking to invest for income, dividend paying shares are a great place to start.
So if you want to build a dividend portfolio, where should you begin?
Let's take a closer look…
Finding the right dividend paying shares
The first thing you need to do it find shares to put into your dividend paying portfolio. You tend to find that the larger companies on the Johannesburg S... ››› more
As an income investor, you're looking to invest in the best dividend paying stocks. You want to build a portfolio of shares that, over time, increases your dividend pay outs.
But do you have a plan to make your dividends work best for you? Unless you need your dividend income to live off, what should you do with it?
There are two ways that you can make your dividend income work best for you.... ››› more
If you're looking for an investment portfolio that pays you an income, you can't look by dividend paying shares.
Investing in well-established, solid companies that pay dividends is a great option. You stand to benefit from twice yearly pay outs from the company, plus capital appreciation over the long-term.
One ratio that can help you weigh up good dividend paying companies is the dividend ... ››› more
Investing in dividends is a great way to generate an income. If you don't immediately need that income, then why not reinvest those dividends? Dividend reinvestment is a great way to boost your shareholding and in turn boost the dividends you receive. Let's take a closer look at how dividend reinvestment works…
Dividends are the secret to long-term investing success
Successful investing for ... ››› more
Having a decent income when you retire is something that provides peace of mind. You don't want to be scrimping and saving to get by. But the good news is, there's an easy way to enjoy an income-rich retirement. It all comes down to dividend paying stocks. Let's take a closer look at how you can achieve it…
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