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The Dividend Rich Investor

Building Wealth with High-Quality, Dividend-Paying Stocks

by Joseph Tigue

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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7297111M
ISBN 100070647534
ISBN 109780070647534

You can open the spreadsheet from a new location from here. Investors can use this list as a starting point to identify dividend growth stocks, and apply their screening criteria. If he has truly been able to prove his system works in practice, then his credibility would have been strengthened by reporting the results of his portfolio in the book. A high dividend yield strategy results in large cash income now, often from slow-growing companies that have a substantial cash flow to fund dividend payments. Posted by. There is a chapter in which he discusses the "Perpetual Income Portfolio" that he manages, but he reports neither its long-term returns nor the stocks in it.

New investors mistakenly focus on rising share price, not understanding that most long-term gains come from dividends that are reinvested into additional shares of stock. If a stock doesn't pay dividends, how can it be worth anything? Part of the increase is attributed to more investments, part of it was dividend growth. The Importance of Dividend Growth The sneaky non-obvious part about dividend investing is that you can build a safe portfolio that produces ever-increasing cash flows.

In trying to comment on this, the first thing I'd like to do is divide long-term investors into two camps: those who truly enjoy the process of it, and those who don't. Although these companies can tempt investors, they don't provide the stability of income that you should be seeking. That's how it's supposed to work. Follow the guidelines in this article, and you might end up being one of the lucky ones who can afford to quit the rat race in a decade.


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The Dividend Rich Investor by Joseph Tigue Download PDF Ebook

This means accumulating portfolio income that provides for your financial needs long after you stop working. Investors should do their homework on potential companies and wait until the price is right.

I also discuss the importance of size and safety of dividends when considering dividend-paying stocks, and I provide you with a simple yet powerful formula for finding Big, Safe Dividends BSDs.

The second guideline is to focus on dividend growth stockswhich are companies that regularly raise distributions. Now I'm confident that the company is financially stable, I check out is dividend growth. This is an extremely important question because one method is more tax efficient but the other requires less trust in management.

Many articles on retirement focus The Dividend Rich Investor book lump sum investing, which is not relevant to most future retirees. He presents several tables The Dividend Rich Investor book projections of dividend income and total return over year periods under various circumstances, many of which are unrealistic.

Learn how to rebuild your portfolio and recover from losses with the help of dividends. Posted by. How the Financial Press Misleads Investors on the Role of Dividends Did you know that stock charts have one fatal flaw that can mislead you and cause you to arrive at bad investing decisions?

Just recently, ConocoPhillips announced they were slashing their dividend. Investors can become rich from dividends. For many investors who are just starting out, this may seem like an unrealistic pipe dream. Find companies with modest payout ratios. As a result, they need to invest in stocks that can afford to regularly increase dividends, thus ensuring an inflation adjusted stream of income.

As a companion to the book, I have created this Web site www. Today is an excellent time to be a dividend investor.

You've probably heard statistics that say dividends account for a big percentage of gains in the stock market here's an article by Bob Pisani about it. The choice would be mine. This proves an investor can become rich on dividends.

Focus on High Yields Good dividend investors tend to focus on either a high dividend yield approach or a high dividend growth rate strategy. Diversify your holdings to at least 25 to 30 good stocks.

After I do this, I research each stock in detail, in order to determine if it has what it takes to keep raising earnings and dividends over time. Take a moment to read how the reporting system is gamed against you and why focusing on total return can lead to better results.

Build a Dividend Portfolio That Grows With You

Find out why boring dividends could be your new best friend. Use Dividends to Recover from Big Losses If you have suffered a devastating blow to The Dividend Rich Investor book value of your investments, kor stock portfolioyou may be able to use the combined power of dividends, dividend reinvestmentand dollar cost averaging to rebuild your assets over the next five to ten years.

When you find companies that consistently increase their dividend and The Dividend Rich Investor book so at a rate greater than inflation, your yield is sure to improve. Although these companies can tempt investors, they don't provide the stability of income that you should be seeking.Standard & Poor's official word on dividend-rich investing—now completely updated with data.

This invaluable resource distills Standard & Poor's successful dividend investment philosophy into a user-friendly guide for the individual investor. the authors, both editors of Standard & Poor's high-rated investment newsletter, The Outlook, tell readers why dividends are a vital part of the Author: Joseph Tigue.

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tjarrodbonta.com only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. Which do you put more faith in – three straight years of dividend increases inand or dividend cuts in each of the six years prior?. That’s the situation with Invesco Mortgage Capital (NYSE: IVR), which pays a hefty % yield after a quarterly dividend increase to $ per share at the end of If the company maintains the dividend this year, will be the fourth.Oct 02,  · The dividend rich investor by Pdf Tigue.

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Once it starts, a reduction or stoppage in dividends is considered as a bad sign by investors, and that may cause the stock price to drop. The Benefits of High Dividend Stocks. High dividend stocks offer a few advantages apart from additional income: Cash Flow.Buying a stock yielding 8% does an investor’s portfolio ebook good if the stock’s ebook goes on to decline 30% or more and the dividend is slashed.

My general rule of thumb is that investors can usually secure safe and growing dividend income by targeting stocks with a yield between %.