Investing in order to retire on dividends needn't be difficult. You just need to treat your financial decisions like investments and avoid speculation.
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when a dividend is given, the stock price devaluates by the same amount. what is the advantage of that. I have difficulty understanding that part of it
Say I buy 500 shares of the ETF MAIN, which in 2019 the last 4 dividend payouts were $.205, $.62, $.205 and $.24. Would I simply multiply the shares I
I am 53 years of age and would like to take advantage of this asap as I have been informed that I have parkinsons I am very interested your concept But
take out of IRA or use dividend income on cash account?
James Sumpter is one of London's leading experts in retirement investment plans. In this interview he tells us what good retirement investing looks like
I'd just love to know what stocks were in the portfolio and what was the value of it that had you arrive at the over 100K dividend mark? This income is
I know exactly how much my cash dividend will be from an individual stock...x number of shares x $ am't. Simple. But how do I know how much I'll earn from
2002 started reinvesting dividends with Diageo 900 shares & BAT 1300 shares, do you think that was an equally good opportunity as the Unilever one??
Your explanations on dividend traps is very interesting. We are considering to buy BOQ waiting patiently at $8.61 and we will accept the dividend 0.68
The phenomenon of "survivorship bias" is a clear benefit of investing in ETFs rather than individual stocks
We have 3 investment properties which have taken a considerable hit in the market downturns. We have sold 2 just recently so now we will have to pay off
ISA or SIPP? Which is the most effective vehicle available to UK-based investors? The answer is clear...
If I had 4000 unilever shares in 2002 adjusting for the 20/9 share restructure and taking into account I re invested my dividends into new shares as a
Does Peter Thornhill own the investments in his own name, or through a business / trust? For privately owned funds are they shared individually across
Dividend investing for retirement makes your income in later life so much more reliable - read here as James Sumpter, pensions expert explains