The companies that consistently pay high dividends are a good option for investment, as they provide you a steady amount of income, and also have the potential for growth. Even if the share price doesn’t go up every year, you still make money by way of dividend. Use high dividend yield, percentage of dividend compared to its price, to pick up shares.
Diversify your portfolio by adding some high dividend paying stocks.
If you want to learn more check out these resources:
- When Interest Rates Rise Look for Dividend Stock Bargains
- When Dividends Matter, And When They Don’t
- Does Reinvesting Dividends Matter?
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