There are both positives and negatives with dividends. As an investment agnostic, and as an investor who wants to compound as efficiently as possible, it pays off to study all aspects of a dividend.
- Be aware of your dividend bias
- Can you get rich from dividend stocks?
- Why you shouldn’t buy dividend stocks
- What is a good dividend portfolio?
- Can you live off dividends?
- Debunking dividend investing – why you should be careful with dividend stocks
- How to make money on dividend stocks
- How many dividend stocks should you own?
- How to start investing in dividend stocks (including a dividend checklist)
- What percent of my portfolio should be dividend-paying?
- Why stocks drop on the ex-dividend date
- DRIP/dividend Investing Is Inferior To Internal Compounding
- Dividends do nothing for shareholders
- Why retaining earnings make more sense than dividend distributions
- Don’t invest only for dividend “income”
- How to calculate the dividend yield on your portfolio
- Can you lose money on dividend stocks?
- What is a good dividend yield?
- The foolishness of dividend investing
- Selling shares beats collecting dividends (dividend investing)
- Taxes and compounding (dividend taxes)
- Dividend investing: The marginal rate of return – the incremental rate of return
- Check out our portfolios
- The best UK (British) dividend stocks
- The best French dividend stocks
- The best German dividend stocks
- The best Italian dividend stocks
Disclosure: We are not financial advisors. Please do your own due diligence and investment research or consult a financial professional. All articles are our opinion – they are not suggestions to buy or sell any securities.