By Tammy Gagne
The teenager reader is guided in his realizing the elements of constructing an exceptional, good thoughtout dividend inventory procedure. via quite a few examples of procedure concepts the teenager learns to enhance their very own plan.
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Just as you shouldn’t invest all your money in a single company, you also shouldn’t put all your money in a single industry. If you do and a problem hits that particular industry, you are likely to suffer losses to your entire stock portfolio. For example, if a new tax is announced on all healthcare companies, the share prices of all of those companies are likely to suffer. Certainly, you want to research every single company you add to your stock portfolio. You should know as much as possible about each stock you buy.
Perhaps you would like to own stock in your favorite restaurant or clothing company. If the research supports the idea to invest in this company, there is certainly nothing wrong with doing so, as long as you let the numbers guide your decisions. indd 42 5/15/13 5:09 PM 2013 DIVIDEND STOCKS TO CONSIDER Here are just a few of the top dividend stocks for 2013. Dividend Aristocrats for 2013 Stock Symbol Type Price (April 30, 2013) Annual Dividend (April 30, 2013) Yield AFLAC, Inc. W. Grainger, Inc.
By taking advantage of dollar cost averaging, you can buy more shares at the lower price. Your investment will increase in value as the price goes back up over time. you have done your homework and are confident that the stock will pay you regular dividends and also go up in value over the next five years. Now suppose that the stock drops by $5 per share next month, and drops again by another $5 the following month. Your investment may still go up in value over time, but for right now you have lost money, $200 to be exact.
A Dividend Stock Strategy for Teens by Tammy Gagne