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Dividend Stocks Investing By V. T.
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Do you trade or invest? For me, I'll like to invest in long term, high yield dividend stocks. This will allow me to retire early, by collecting the dividends monthly. This is not a new strategy, and... More > many people are already doing it. Whether you spend the dividends, or reinvest back to stocks is totally up to you. What I can suggest is to grow your dividends portfolio as big as possible, and you can rip the benefits for the latter years! This ebook compiles tons of tips about dividend stocks investing, from REAL investors all around the world. Learn how they pick the best dividend stocks, and what to watch out for. Download this ebook right now, and after that, start your retirement planning!< Less
Payment of stock dividends By Homework Help Classof1
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"a) How much does the firm currently earn per share? b) What proportion of the firm does Warren currently own? c) What proportion of the firm will Warren own after the stock dividend? d) At what... More > market price would you expect the stock to see after the stock dividend? Explain your answer e) Discuss what effect, if any, the payment of stock dividends will have on Warren’s share of the ownership and earnings of Nutri-Foods "< Less
Calculating Maximum dividend per stock By Homework Help Classof1
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"a) What is the maximum dividend per share that the firm can pay? (Assume that legal capital includes all paid-in-capital.) b) If the firm has $160,000 in cash, what is the largest per-share... More > dividend it can pay without borrowing? c) Indicate the accounts and changes, if any, that will result if the firm pays the dividends indicated in parts a and b. d) Indicate the effects of $80,000 cash dividend on stockholders’ equity. "< Less
Reasons for Dividends By Homework Help Classof1
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Dividend policy is likely to be set in the form of a goal rather than a rigid rule, even though a definite policy has the advantage of providing the investor, or potential investor, a clear basis for... More > choice. Investors knowing the dividend policy of the alternative companies can choose the type of company that best fits their individual investment goals.< Less
How to Pick the Best Dividend Paying Stocks By Kerry Prazak, CFP®
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Dividend Paying Stocks help grow your money by paying out dividends AND capital appreciation potential. There are over 3000 stocks that pay dividends, which ones do you choose? This book walks you... More > through not only where and how to screen for these stocks, but specifically what metrics to use when looking for dividend stocks.< Less
Secrets of Dividend Investing By V. T.
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Want to get passive income yearly? Invest in high dividend stocks is one of the best way. How to do it? Well, it's easy ... I'm an active investor who have made lots of silly mistakes. Initially I... More > do day trading, monitoring the stock prices every minute to buy and sell. Fast life, fast die. Soon, I lost all my money in stock market. I started going back to basic to learn more. I realized one of the Warrent Buffett's secret is to keep rolling your income. I focus on dividend stocks. I studied the yield, preferably around 6-8% and invest in them. With the money coming in every year, I roll it! Soon, I have more and more. My nest becomes bigger. I roll more, and the rest are history. Now, I'm sharing with you what dividend investing is, and how to do it. Pick this ebook if you are serious about making a passive income!< Less
Income Taxes and Dividend policy By Homework Help Classof1
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The income taxes of stockholders should affect the dividend policy of a firm. To help you understand these tax implications, we shall first examine the importance of tax deferral and then show the... More > impact of having two different tax rates, one for ordinary income and one for capital gains. Rational stockholders should value a stock based on the after-tax returns they expect to receive from owning it. The tax status of the return depends on the form in which it is received< Less
Buying Dividends Revised and Expanded: High Returns from the Dividend Capture System By Fred Fuld III
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A better alternative to buy-and-hold for income investors and a way for traders to make high annualized returns, while reducing market exposure due to shorter holding periods. The book covers the... More > technique of buying dividends, also known as dividend capture, in an easy-to-understand format. This updated edition includes six new chapters including Selling Before the Ex Dividend Date, Special Dividends, Shorting the Stock through the Ex Date, and chapters on using puts and calls with the technique.< Less
Buying Dividends Revised and Expanded: High Returns from the Dividend Capture System By Fred Fuld III
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A better alternative to buy-and-hold for income investors and a way for traders to make high annualized returns, while reducing market exposure due to shorter holding periods. The book covers the... More > technique of buying dividends, also known as dividend capture, in an easy-to-understand format. This updated edition includes six new chapters including Selling Before the Ex Dividend Date, Special Dividends, Shorting the Stock through the Ex Date, and chapters on using puts and calls with the technique.< Less
Preferred Stock By Homework Help Classof1
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Preferred stock is a security that, similar to debt, promises a well-defined (specified) but not necessarily constant contractual cash flow (dividend) to the holders of the security. Unlike debt, it... More > does not cause the firm to be subject to bankruptcy if the dividends are not paid. The term preferred stock implies that this security is in a more favorable position than the common stock.< Less