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1. You can invest yourself. In fact, you must learn to invest yourself. Here's one mighty powerful reason: if you had bought Bank of Nova Scotia common shares in 1990, you would have earned a total return of 31.6% per year up to the end of 2005. Of this, 14.2% was dividend yield on the original investment and 17.5% in capital appreciation. Thirty two percent a year. As they are required to say in mutual fund ads, the past is not ... However, with dividend stocks it's different: dividend growth drives price growth. More on that topic later. 1. You can invest yourself. In fact, you must learn to invest yourself. Here's one mighty powerful reason: if you had bought Bank of Nova Scotia common shares in 1990, you would have earned a total return of 31.6% per year up to the end of 2005. Of this, 14.2% was dividend yield on the original investment and 17.5% in capital appreciation. Thirty two percent a year. As they are required to say in mutual fund ads, the past is not ... However, with dividend stocks it's different: dividend growth drives price growth. More on that topic later.
-You need to 1) open a discount self-directed account at a major bank, 2) transfer your funds into that account ((they'll help you) and 3) Think about which common stock you'll buy first.+You need to 1) open a discount self-directed account at a major bank, 1b) Do not let them ask you to do a risk profile questionnaire (your goal: growing equity income) 2) transfer your funds into that account ((they'll help you) and 3) Think about which common stock you'll buy first.
-The average broker has some 300 clients. How much attention will you get if you deal with a broker? And the broker is in business, realize, to sell the securities his firm wants him or her to sell. These are most likely not good dividend growth stocks. +The average broker/advisor has some 300 clients. How much attention will you get if you deal with a broker? And the broker is in business, realize, to sell the ETFs his firm wants him or her to sell. These are most likely not good dividend growth stocks.
It's your money. You alone are motivated to manage it best. It's your money. You alone are motivated to manage it best.
At the most, you are only going to buy a dozen common stocks with growing dividend in your lifetime. And you'll hold them for the rest of your life (The Investment Zoo page 104, 94). In a way, it's quite simple. At the most, you are only going to buy a dozen common stocks with growing dividend in your lifetime. And you'll hold them for the rest of your life (The Investment Zoo page 104, 94). In a way, it's quite simple.
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