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many companies offer dividend reinvestment programs that give you a 5% bonus for any dividends you reinvest in the company’s stock. There are other programs that give you something akin to free money, but they’re not offered by any private company.
The Motley Fool · 7/3/2015
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Without today’s gain of 0.7%, clearly we’d be in red. However, if you’d invested in dividend-paying stocks and reinvested those dividends, you’d have gone close to matching the S&P/ASX 200 Net Total Rtn (INDEXASX: XNT) (ASX: XNT) return of 4.4% …
Motley Fool Australia · 6/30/2015
Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index pays just 2.0% ... “If the overall growth expectation is not what it used to be, companies don’t have to reinvest as much in the business,” he says. “More cash is available for …
Kiplinger · 6/26/2015
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Take two stocks in the same industry. One has zero capital costs. It's a royalty firm, in one form or another. The other is a typical corporation that continues to reinvest its profits in capital projects. After all, almost all …
Daily Wealth · ByPorter Stansberry · 6/25/2015
When investors purchase shares of dividend-yielding stocks, they are given the opportunity to receive the dividends or have them reinvested ... Inc. All rights reserved. Kapitall Wire is a division of Kapitall, Inc. Kapitall Generation, LLC is a wholly ...
Kaptiall WIre · 11/11/2011
One is reinvestment in the business, like building new factories, hiring more workers, and spending on research and development. The other is to return money to shareholders, either through dividend payments or stock buyback programs. These days ...
CNBC · 10/30/2014
As a long-term investor, reinvesting dividends may be among the most obvious rules for building wealth and it can be an easy way to get more shares in a company stock that you already own, often at a lower cost than buying new ones using your trading …
FINWEEK · 1/30/2015
When you invest in stock, you may receive periodic payments called dividends that the corporation that issued the stock elects to pay to its shareholders. Companies with steady profits sometimes choose to pay dividends as a means of attracting and ...
finance.zacks.com · 7/2/2015
and for individual stock positions, he adds. Bond dividends arrive as cash payouts that normally are not part of a DRIP unless you are a very large investor. The choice can be automatic, but the decision should not be. Whether you reinvest dividends should ...
USNews · ByRichard Satran · 10/4/2013
During challenging financial times, many investors look for ways to introduce some stability to their investing. One approach share investors consider is focusing on shares that pay dividends, a strategy that often attracts attention when companies report ...
Australian Financial Review · 3/6/2012