Many people believe that dividends are boring. And aren't big enough to make a difference in their portfolio.
But that simply isn't true.
Throughout history, finding great dividend companies that pay you consistent income every year has been one of the great ways to build wealth.
And 2021 has been no different.
Just consider Investec - a company I consider a “Dividend Dominator”…... ››› 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
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Investors can learn an important lesson from the fixation of the world's richest-man ever, John D. Rockefeller. He once told a friend the only thing that gave him pleasure was watching his dividends come in. And you should be following suit - here's why investing in dividends should form a key part of your investment strategy. “Savvy investors know that dividend payments are a powerful method of... ››› 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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