Looking for long-term growth? These three UK funds are highly rated by fund analysts and employ very different processes to achieve positive returns for investors. Studio Guest: Daniel Vaughan, Fund Analyst, Morningstar http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Synopsis : When it comes to investing, many Malaysian investors tend to wait it out, hoping that the investment will rebound, only to end up suffering bigger losses. Yap answers a viewer’s question on the best way forward when it comes to unit trust investing. About Yap’s Money Life Show Yap’s Money Life Show is the first online personal money show in Malaysia, which dares to broach on money topics that traditional media do not cover or deemed to be too sensitive to feature. The show is unique because it helps viewers understand complex financial issues at a personal level and provide ideas that can be easily applied. In addition, Yap would also be taking and answering questions posted by fellow viewers. So ask him anything! An experienced holistic wealth management practitioner, Yap aspires to guide and help more people invest grow their money with high certainty. Yap’s Money Life Show airs every Saturday at 10 am. About Yap Ming Hui Yap Ming Hui is a bestselling author, TV personality, columnist and coach. He heads Whitman, a holistic wealth management company which has helped people to grow their money with high certainty since 2000. For more information, please visit his website at www.whitman.com.my Connect with Yap: WhatsApp : 011-3400-4658 Email : [email protected] Like Yap on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2rkRNtF Follow Yap on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2riF4cw Subscribe to Yap’s YOUTUBE channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv6jzNpPeNPf3herGmiP1xA If you do not wish to miss any of our videos, please enable us to notify you our latest episode. Click subscribe – click the bell – tick the box to receive notifications
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Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust is a very successful, very large active equity fund (£7.6 billion in October 2018). Its returns have been very good for the last decade and on the back of its performance, it has single-handedly made investment trusts sexy again. In this video we look at how the fund is run, the risks you take by investing in the fund and we consider whether this is a good time to buy the fund. Like this video? If so, please support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/pensioncraft Blog of the video here: https://pensioncraft.com/review-scottish-mortgage-investment-trust/
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UK companies are some of the best dividend payers in the world! In this video we’re going to show you FIVE of the best UK dividends stocks. Andy personally holds these shares, so we genuinely expect them to continue to pay excellent dividends WAY into the future. We LOVE dividends as they’re more predictable than capital growth, and build enough and you can actually live on them! Say goodbye to work. Let’s check it out... Subscribe to Money Unshackled Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/MoneyUnshackled?sub_confirmation=1 Money Unshackled on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/moneyunshackled https://www.instagram.com/moneyunshackled https://twitter.com/unshackledmoney Music: "Shine" by Declan DP http://bit.ly/2HT70xF Attribution 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/PDuXGmE8BNg
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Are you considering an investment in REITs (or Real Estate Investment Trusts) for dividends and cash flow? I personally own only one REIT in my dividend portfolio and consider my REIT an ancillary (non-core) position. That being said, I am in a unique situation because I work in the real estate industry and own a home (I am already over-weighted, at a high level, in the real estate industry). A subscriber question, today's video goes into a multitude of pros, cons, and factors to consider about investing in real estate investment trusts for dividend income. * Do you work in the real estate industry? Do you already own a home? Do you own physical real estate investments? If so, those are all factors worth considering when contemplating REITs for one’s dividend portfolio. When looking at diversification, I don't only look at my portfolio. I look at all factors in my life. If the real estate industry tanks, I don't want to get hit on the job front, the home front, and the portfolio front all at once! * Real estate investment trusts carry important tax considerations. As pass through entities, they avoid double taxation (and are required to distribute most of their earnings). That said, the shareowner has to pay ordinary income on dividends (as compared to long term capital gains on qualified dividends of most corporations). Long story short, the tax rate on dividends from REITs is higher than your typical dividend-paying corporation. Moreover, reporting REIT dividends on one's tax return can be complicated (the distributions sometimes involve ordinary income and return of capital). Learn why it's important to weigh tax considerations when investing in real estate investment trusts for dividends and cash flow. * Since some REITs pay dividends on a monthly basis, they can help you stay in the game. Those monthly dividend checks are great for reinvesting and building one’s portfolio. A subscriber insight, I really love this idea! * Interest rates are really low right now. As interest rates rise, some REITs may face challenges securing (affordable) capital to do deals. This could affect short-term and future prospects. * The retail industry is going through a lot of change. When investing in REITs, it's a wise idea to understand exposure to retail. * Sometimes, one can experience superior results by investing in real estate directly. It may be more effective to invest in rental properties than going the REIT route. That said, real estate investment trusts are easier since one does not have to actively manage the real estate assets. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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Gordon Smith talks to James Anderson, Co-Portfolio Manager of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust.
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Hey guys! It's Vivian, your Hot Stock Girl REITs! Are they a profitable investing opportunity or are they useless for investing? A simple explanation of REITs. As always, let me know about anything on your mind in the comment section below! If you're new, Welcome to the family! We talk Stocks. You dig? Subscribe, Like, Share and comment. We have a great community here, and your input is important; It could help a fellow beginner in the market or help your burning questions to be answered! Love you guys beyond belief.. Till Next time! *Upload Schedule: [Sunday - Friday, Every week] (No Content on Saturdays) Follow my instagram @HOTSTOCKGIRL Legal Disclaimer: My research and ideas, always do your own research further. This video is for entertainment purposes only and should not be interpreted as stock advice. I am not liable if you lose any money in the stock market based on information provided in these videos. Always do your own research and evaluate ways to reduce your risk, consulting a professional if necessary. All Rights Reserved © Copyright 2018 Hot Stock Girl™
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5 Best Investment Trusts of 2018 Buoyed by the exceptional performance of large-cap US stocks and tech companies, two Baillie Gifford closed-end funds are the best-performing Morningstar rated investment trusts year to date. Elsewhere, smaller company offerings performed well, with healthcare and biotech stocks getting a reprieve after a difficult time during the US election campaign back in late 2016. Latin America-focused trusts were by far the worst performers, with double-digit losses. Emerging market and high-yield offerin...
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AutoNews- Dividend shares have traditionally been an abundant spring for thirsty investors, but the recent perils suffered by favoured income stocks Pearsons, Admiral and Provident Financial are a timely reminder of the risks DIY investors face from individual companies.To circumvent this, many income investors have turned to investment trusts in which a fund manager uses their expertise to build a diversified portfolio, so they don't have to.And there are some trusts that deliver eye-catching returns if you know where to look. Investment research firm Stifel has done some of the leg work for investors by compiling a list of the 13 investment trusts that invest in shares and have dividend yields of at least 4 per cent.The trusts identified in the list all predominantly invest in shares. The names on it range from dividend hero City of London, with 50 years of rising payouts under its belt, to Aberdeen Asian Income and European Assets Trust, which yields 6.7 per cent.All but four trusts on the list trade at a discount to their net asset value - with the biggest at 12.4 per cent - which provides an opportunity to buy into the investment trust for a price that is less than the sum of its parts.However, you shouldn’t assume that buying at a discount is automatically a good thing. It can also reflect when an investment style or sector has fallen out of favour - perhaps for good reason.In a similar vein, a trust trading at a premium may suggest that its investment strategy is not only all the rage and working well but is predicted to yield impressive results in the future.According to Stifel, there are 13 investment trusts boasting dividend yields of 4 per cent or more in September, up from 11 six months ago.With a historic yield of 6.7 per cent, European Assets Trust tops the list. Run by Foreign & Colonial Investments, the firm behind the oldest investment trust, invests in small and medium-sized companies in Europe, excluding the UK.It resets its dividend level each year. The dividend is primarily financed by a return of capital and for 2017 the board's dividend forecast equates to a yield of 6.7 per cent, according to Stifel.At present, the trust trades at a premium of 0.9 per cent to its net average value (for more, see box right).Blackrock Commodities Income secured the second spot on the list. The trust, seeks to achieve its investment target by investing primarily in securities of companies operating in the mining and energy sectors.The trust's dividend yield was cut this year to 4p from 5p in the previous year. However, the shares remain high yielding despite the reduction, with a dividend yield of 5.7 per cent and trades at a 5.3 per cent discount.Third spot is occupied by Henderson Far East Income, which trades on the Pacific, Australasian, Japanese and Indian stockmarkets. It boasts a yield of 5.6 per cent and currently trades at a 3 per cent premium.A number of UK equity specialist trusts yield more than 4 per cent, according to the Stifel research.Merchants Trust, which invests mainly in higher-yielding FTSE 100 companies, has the highest yield in this sector at 5.1 per cent.At the same time, the trust trades on a 1.9 per cent discount.This figure is dwarfed by the 12.4 per cent discount shares in the Value & Income Trust trade at - the highest out of the trusts listed. It is worth flagging again that while discounts can represent a buying opportunity, they can also be a warning sign in some cases.The trust generated a 4.1 yield by investing primarily in UK shares and convertible securities - an investment that can be changed into another form, such as bonds that can be converted into equity.Meanwhile, Aberdeen Asset Management's Dunedin Income Growth, which invests in companies listed or quoted in the UK, generated a 4.6 per cent yield and trades at a discount of 8.2 per cent.Murray Income, which is also run by the same fund house, is on a 7 per cent discount, with a 4.2 per cent yield from investing mainly in UK stocks.City of London Trust has moved back on to the list, reflecting dividend growth during the year.It delivered yield of 4 per cent and trades on a 3.1 per cent premium to NAV.More impressively, it has chalked up a 51-year record of annual dividend increases.Aberdeen Asian Income, one of only two Asian focused funds featured on the list, has generated a yield of 4.3 per cent by largely ignoring Japanese firms and instead focusing on opportunities within Asian Pacific.The trust offers better value
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What are the benefits of closed-end funds, and how can you find the right investment trust for your portfolio? http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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What are Trust Funds? Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for fun and helpful finance tips in your timelines: https://www.facebook.com/napkinfinance/ https://twitter.com/napkinfinance Sign up for our newsletter: http://bit.ly/NapkinFinanceNewsletter Read more: http://napkinfinance.com What Are Trust Funds? A trust fund is a collection of assets (something of value), usually set up for the benefit of children or grandchildren. Many kinds of trust funds are available, and it’s possible to customize trust funds to meet your individual needs. Trust funds aren’t just for ultra-wealthy and famous. A trust fund can help manage and protect hard-earned assets for: A homeowner A business An investor It’s possible to place almost anything of value in the trust, including: Cash Mutual funds Equity shares Bonds Real estate Trust funds are useful and practical financial tools that almost anyone can use. Advantages Save money Avoid high taxes and legal fees Prevent probate (the court process for a will) Provide funds for educational purposes for family members For instance, your grandfather saved for your college education by setting aside money in a trust fund. When you start going to college, your trust fund kicks in and you can use it to pay for expenses like tuition and books. Trust Fund Basics http://napkinfinance.com/napkin/Trust%20Funds
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Dividend Investing: Pros and Cons of Investing in Dividend Stocks! (Should I invest in dividend paying stocks) Investing in dividends is becoming more and more popular. Dividends provide passive income to investors and provides and immediate return on investment. However, before deciding on a dividend investing strategy it is important to understand the pros and cons of investing in dividend paying stock and dividend paying companies. Video Outline and Time Stamps so you can quickly jump to any topic: • Con#1 - 00:50 • Con#2 - 1:35 • Con#3 - 2:15 • Pro#1 - 3:19 • Pro#2 - 3:36 • Pro#3 - 4:38 • Pro#4 - 5:19 Con#1 • Dividends payments are not guaranteed – If a company begins to experience financial hardship the dividend payment may be reduced or suspended for an un-ascertainable period of time. Ford, General Electric and PG&E are examples of companies that have had to reduce or suspend their dividend payments. Diversification is very important when it comes to dividend investing. Con#2 •Dividends are taxable – (With the exception of a Roth IRA) dividends are taxable as income when received, and taxes can easily eat away at investor’s rate of return over time. Growth and small-cap stocks normally do not pay dividends. The growth received on the investment is not taxable until sold so the growth compounds tax free and thus can be considered a large advantage over dividend paying stocks. Con#3 •Slow growth or limited return on investment - Dividend paying companies may provide little to no capital appreciation on the underlying investment so your upside potential is usually limited. Companies that are able to pay dividends are usually established companies that have been around for decades. This means an investor may be missing out on the potential capital appreciation upside of newer companies. Sure it’s great to receive dividend payments based on a 3 – 4% annual yield, but if we are forgoing higher rates of return elsewhere our net worth may grow at a much slower pace. Pro#1 •Immediate return on investment – As a dividend investor you will immediately start receiving dividend payments (usually on a monthly or quarterly basis). Watching real money being deposited into your account that you didn’t have to work for is an amazing feeling. It is truly passive income. Pro#2 •Dividend income has tax advantages – Although we normally think of paying taxes as a bad thing the good news is that dividends are taxed at the more favorable capital gain rates if you receive “qualified dividend payments.” Capital gain rates range between 0 – 24%. A much more favorable rate than ordinary income rates. Next to tax-exempt income it is the next most favorable income for tax purposes Pro#3 •Companies can increase their dividend payments - Profitable companies frequently increase dividends. As earnings increase, companies use dividends as one way to return value to their shareholder. Chevron and Proctor and Gamble are two companies are great examples of companies that have raised their dividend payments to shareholders overtime. I love when I income goes up and I do absolutely do nothing! Pro# 4 •Less worry and less time involved – Companies that pay dividends are typically well established and usually have reduced volatility. This makes me feel at ease, because I know I’m investing in solid brand name companies such as McDonalds or Chevron or Kimberly Clark. I also find myself spending less time researching these companies, because I’m not entirely focused on capital appreciation. I know I’m going to receive a payout either way. Check out some of our other videos and playlists here: ♦ Investing in the stock market!: https://goo.gl/yVAoES ♦ Save money, budget, build wealth and improve your financial position at any age: https://goo.gl/E97nJj ♦ Learn more about how federal income taxes work: https://goo.gl/D1hCX1 ♦ Ways to improve your life at any age: https://goo.gl/uq72bu You can find our content on other internet planets such as....... My Website: Moneyandlifetv.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mkchip123 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneyandlifetv/
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See my 60K Dividend Portfolio that provides me with monthly income! Dividend Investing is a great way to build monthly income. In this video you'll see how much money I will make off my $60,000 dividend portfolio in 2019. This video includes some great dividend stocks which you could consider buying and adding to your own dividend portfolio. Out of these dividend stocks to watch my personal favorites that I would even buy more of right now are: NYSE & TSX: - ENB - TRP - BNS TSX & OTC Markets (Better for Canadians Only): - REI.UN - SPB - AFN There are many strategies to use when investing in the stock market, dividend investing is a perfected strategy for those looking to receive a monthly payout in cash from their investments. The reason dividend investing is very popular with retired people is they love how dividend stocks payout in a monthly or quarterly fashion, similar to a paycheck. Dividend Stocks also are sought after by investors looking to build passive income sources. A good dividend portfolio is a great source of passive income. Watch More Stock Market Videos In The Stock Market Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYVBC4B2CNtsDdOblUtrdHY4HBQUNQpEl LIMITED TIME OFFER 🔥🔥🔥 Receive a FREE alerts every-time I buy a stock: CLICK HERE ➡️➡️➡️ https://justinsilliker.com/freestockreports 💸My #1 Recommendation To Make A Full-Time Income Online💸 CLICK HERE ➡️➡️➡️ https://justinsilliker.com 💸100 Day Passive Income Challenge💸: CLICK HERE ➡️➡️➡️ https://bit.ly/2I0VVLb Self-Improvement Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYVBC4B2CNttO7b-kaARDSLmNrKKR-7L2 Subscribe for more videos on stock market investing and self-improvement: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6sXZMtNbsytdMs6iSW8Gkw?sub_confirmation=1 DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial adviser. These videos are for educational purposes only. Investing of any kind involves risk. I am only sharing my opinion with no guarantee of gains or losses on investments.
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Protect your assets and minimise your tax with the right information http://InvestmentProperty.Training The 8th marvel of the world is not compound interest it's compound learning. To end up being included in the investment property market you have 2 paths. You can jump in with both feet based upon exactly what your accounting professional and your heart says. This is where you purchase a property because you enjoy it and love the concept of owning it regardless of whether it makes financial sense ... (this is where 95 % of homeowner put their money). ... or you can spend a long time learning the approaches of property investors who have made all the mistakes and have actually established particular methods and processes to consistently and continuously grow their wealth. These people are in the top 5 % of earners in the world and method investing in real estate completely in a different way to the remainder of the populace. The distinction between the 2 comes down to something ... education. The 2nd group treat investing as a company. All their choices are based upon a strategy and a strategy and have no psychological interest what so ever in the specific properties that they purchase. This enables them to base all their selections on which chances are going to offer them the benefit they are preparing for, and in turn lead them to the objectives they are concentrated on 2 or 3 steps down the road. They understand specifically what sort of property investment offer they require next and the kind they are going to need after that in order to further their plan to create passive income and construct wealth. If you desire to discover the best ways to do this by being instructed from people who are really doing this every day and can quickly track your real estate success then you have to begin by making the effort to enjoy a complimentary instructional webinar on investment properties at http://investmentproperty.training
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Nick Train, portfolio manager of Finsbury Growth & Income, discusses why high-quality consumer brands and technological change are key themes in his portfolio. Recorded on 1 April 2018. The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) represents investment companies, investment trusts and Venture Capital Trusts. We help our member companies deliver better returns for their investors. We provide investment company guides, information, performance data and news to people interested in finding our more about investment companies. Visit the AIC website: www.theaic.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/aicpress Find us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/5377029
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Fund manager Job Curtis has no intention of letting go of his position as the manager with the best record of delivering dividend growth for his investors.For the past 26 and a half years, he has managed the assets of The City of London, an investment trust, in what he describes as a ‘conservative’ fashion – never taking unnecessary risks and always running a diversified portfolio, albeit predominantly exposed to the UK stock market.But come hell or high water – for example, the financial crisis of 2008 – the 56-year-old has always managed to increase the annual dividend payments to shareholders in the trust. It means an unbroken run of 51 consecutive increases in the trust’s annual dividend. A record unrivalled in the investment trust industry.Crucially, as far as investors are concerned, Curtis sees no reason why 51 cannot become 52.He believes the equity income story is as ‘powerful as ever’ – if not more compelling.He says: ‘There are plenty of positives out there. You have solid earnings growth across swathes of UK industry, particularly in oil and mining stocks and the banks. It is good to see Lloyds Banking Group back on the dividend trail and the likes of BP and Shell benefiting from strong oil prices, global economic growth and cost cutting.'With the dividend yield on the FTSE All-Share Index at 3.6 per cent, there are not many more attractive income stories out there.’Like all investment trusts, The City of London has the tools available to keep growing its income payments to shareholders – financial mechanics that are not available to unit trust managers.They come in the shape of income reserves and the ability of a trust to put aside a maximum 15 per cent of all income received in the year and divert it into this income ‘piggy bank’.This then allows trusts to dip into these income reserves in the tough years in order to keep the dividend payments to shareholders growing.Curtis says that in seven of his 26 years at the trust’s helm, he has used these income reserves to top up dividend payments. Currently, the income tank has enough reserves to pay the equivalent of three quarters of an annual dividend.Although Curtis likes the turnaround in the fortunes of banks and the mining and oil companies, it is consumer goods businesses that provide the trust’s core – the likes of tobacco giant BAT, multi-brands business Unilever and drinks company Diageo, famous for brands such as Guinness and Smirnoff.He says: ‘Businesses that provide consumer staples are consistent. They invest in their brands and they often have exposure to emerging markets. Unilever is a case in point.'Some 60 per cent of its turnover is generated in emerging markets and following the failed bid last year from American rival Kraft Heinz, it has become more shareholder focused.’Last week Unilever announced the closure of its Colman’s mustard factory in Norwich. With 116 holdings, the trust has positions in a broad church of companies. Curtis would not have it any other way.I AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-5241787/Citys-dividend-king-aims-beat-trusts-51-year-record.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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James Faulkner interviews Job Curtis, manager of the City of London Investment Trust, which has grown its annual dividend for 51 years straight.
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Catherine Flood, Client Service Director - Baillie Gifford looks at the rules for blue-sky-growth investing
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I invest in dividend stocks for passive income and cash flow. Learn the top five reasons today why I believe dividend growth investing is an exceptional strategy, especially as compared to trading for capital appreciation. While I believe in a diversified approach and leveraging multiple strategies in my financial portfolio, dividend growth investing is my core, favorite strategy. Learn how I plan to fund my dreams and pay living expenses via passive income from dividend checks. http://www.ppcian.com Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions.
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Finsbury Growth & Income Trust’s Nick Train discusses the investment company’s impressive performance, including recent increased dividend return and value creation. Recorded on 22 October 2018. The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) represents investment companies, investment trusts and Venture Capital Trusts. We help our member companies deliver better returns for their investors. We provide investment company guides, information, performance data and news to people interested in finding our more about investment companies. Visit the AIC website: www.theaic.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/aicpress Find us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/5377029
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James Anderson and Tom Slater, joint managers of Scottish Mortgage, discuss what is currently exciting them and take a look into the future to offer their views on which companies have the potential to be the world’s largest businesses a decade or more from now. The information in this film is intended for personal investors within the United Kingdom only. It is not intended for use by investors from other jurisdictions.
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In the world of dividend growth investing, PE ratio is a very important metric. Managing a stock portfolio with over 30 positions can be complex. When deploying new capital, it's sometimes unclear which stock presents the best current value. PE ratio (price divided by earnings for the trailing 12 months) is a favorite metric for finding value in dividend stocks. With the goal of early financial freedom, I'm all about buying stocks that are "on sale" providing the best value. Today's video, a response to a subscriber question, discusses the price earnings ratio from a variety of perspectives. In particular, I cover: * What is a PE ratio (the price earnings ratio)? * What is the difference between a backward-looking (trailing 12 months) PE ratio and a forward-looking PE ratio? Why do I personally prefer the trailing 12 months (backward-looking) PE? * How do PE ratios vary by sector? * How do PE ratios vary by market (bull market vs. bear market)? * What are acceptable ranges of PE ratios by sector for my personal portfolio? (Where is the "buy zone" by sector?) * Sectors covered include: utilities, consumer non-cyclical, industrials, healthcare, restaurants, financial, energy, technology, and retail. * Learn why PE ratio does not apply to real estate investment trusts (REITs). In my dividend growth stock portfolio, I analyze PE ratio perhaps more than any other metric. Thanks for the great question, and please keep them coming! Subscriber questions fuel the content of this channel. Disclosure: I am long Starbucks (SBUX). Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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This Stock is a great pick for the cautious cloud investor. Equinix is a Growth Dividend REIT Stock that can provide you profits from dividend as well as increases in the stock's share price. Over the last year, that meant $9.12 of dividends were paid for each Equinix share. The dividends have grown nearly 50% over the last five years, while the stock’s value has risen 141%, to a market cap of $31.2 billion. In this stock market video you'll find: Dividend stocks to buy in 2019 Information about dividend growth investing Stock picks and stocks to buy for 2019 REITS to invest in 2019 What's your opinion on the Cloud industry and Equinix? Watch More Stock Market Videos In The Stock Market Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYVBC4B2CNtsDdOblUtrdHY4HBQUNQpEl Self-Improvement Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYVBC4B2CNttO7b-kaARDSLmNrKKR-7L2 Subscribe for more videos on stock market investing and self-improvement: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6sXZMtNbsytdMs6iSW8Gkw?sub_confirmation=1 DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial adviser. These videos are for educational purposes only. Investing of any kind involves risk. I am only sharing my opinion with no guarantee of gains or losses on investments.
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Is a REIT a good way to start investing in Real Estate? Reit stands for real estate investment trust. In my experience, there's a really significant gap between what they're offering, and what you can get on your own. So instead of brokering your money, claim your money. Watch and Enjoy! Kris Krohn & Nate Woodbury WORK WITH KRIS: ======================== Becoming a successful real estate investor is easier than most people know… as long as you have the right Mentor and the right system. Click here to learn your best options: http://LimitlessMentor.com/TV/ BOOKS By Kris Krohn ======================== The Straight Path To Real Estate Wealth: http://amzn.to/2zT0Bur The Conscious Creator: http://amzn.to/2gFEkblLimitless: http://amzn.to/2gLQXoV Be On Limitless TV ======================== Record your questions on video, and join me in a future episode: http://bit.ly/2yO78c7 MUSIC ======================== Tobu - Infectious https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux8-EbW6DUI Artist: https://www.youtube.com/tobuofficial Licensed under Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 ======================== Video by Nate Woodbury (The Hero Maker) BeTheHeroStudios.com http://YouTube.com/NateWoodburyHero
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UK Equity Income Investment Trusts discussion with Paul Coffin, Stockbroker & Investments Manager at Capital Financial Markets. We take a look at the dividend yield returns and where the best place is to invest your money. Tip TV was launched as an innovative & punchy web-based live video magazine, offering high conviction tips and trading ideas across multiple investment betting instruments. The finance show covers all asset classes and aims to bring short snappy views on market events, charts and digging deeper into company fundamentals. One year on from its launch, the show continues to expand its content and range of guests. See More At: www.TipTV.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
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In this webinar Russ Mould, AJ Bell Investment Director, explores investment trusts – what they are, how to research them and how to use them. He also answers questions submitted from the attendees. Date of webinar: 28 March 2017.
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Check out that new type of online REIT investing, the stREITwise 1st Office REIT for advantages over listed real estate investment trusts https://mystockmarketbasics.com/streitwise I love REIT investing as a way to diversify my direct real estate investments but for a fraction of the cost. With REITs, you get different property types across the country and professional management. Shares of REITs are traded just like stocks for low costs and cash dividends are received every quarter. The problem with traditional REIT investments is the funds hold so many properties that it’s impossible for most investors to follow them all. Management must reinvest so much money that it has to sacrifice quality for quantity. That’s where a new type of REIT investing comes in. These are crowdfunding REIT portfolios set up by experienced real estate teams and open to non-accredited investors. A benefit of the new online REIT investment is that it gives you a better idea of what you’re buying compared to exchange traded REITs that might have hundreds of properties in the portfolio. Managers for the large, multi-billion dollar REITs are constantly having to buy properties or develop new ones and it can be a drag on returns if they can’t keep cash invested. Smaller online REITs are easier to manage and you’ll be able to keep up-to-date on exactly what properties are in the portfolio. See how real estate beats stock returns and how to invest in REITs in our first video https://youtu.be/LdUbpP5Vgdo Now not all real estate crowdfunding or online REITs are available to everyone. To invest on some platforms you have to be what’s called an accredited investor with a net worth over one million or a certain annual income. It’s part of the reason I like stREITwise because anyone can invest in the 1st stReit Office fund with as little as $1,000 and as of the date of this video, has paid a 10% annualized dividend yield. - How REIT returns fit with a portfolio of stocks and bonds for maximum return while limiting risk - How much to invest in real estate and how much to invest in REITs - Limitations in traditional listed REITs and how a new type of REIT investing can fit in your portfolio - How to blend the new REIT investing strategy with listed REITs and property investment SUBSCRIBE to create the financial future you deserve with videos on beating debt, making more money and making your money work for you. https://peerfinance101.com/FreeMoneyVideos Don’t invest another dime until you read this free special report - the 10 Lies Wall Street Tells Investors https://mystockmarketbasics.com/stock-market-beginners-guide/ Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.
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Milena Mileva and Iain McCombie, co-managers of the Baillie Gifford UK Growth Fund, give an overview of the company following the board’s decision to move the mandate to Baillie Gifford. Recorded on 1 June 2018. The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) represents investment companies, investment trusts and Venture Capital Trusts. We help our member companies deliver better returns for their investors. We provide investment company guides, information, performance data and news to people interested in finding our more about investment companies. Visit the AIC website: www.theaic.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/aicpress Find us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/5377029
Understanding Unit Trust Returns: Maximize your capital growth in your investment Some investments focus purely on getting the best possible capital growth by investing in assets that the fund managers feel will grow over time. How they do this is by looking for assets that offer a great value for money, or that they feel they are getting at a discounted price to what they are worth. The fund managers will then hold onto these assets for some time, until the underlying assets get to a point that they are worth more than what they were purchased for and then sell them off at a profit. Maximize your possible income growth on an investment Certain investments or unit trusts main goal is to not necessarily achieve capital growth, but rather create a reliable or steady stream of income through dividend or interest payouts. The investor who is looking for such an investment is somebody who is retirement and is happy with the amount of capital that they have, but just wants to invest the capital to get a steady stream of income from the investment. Best case scenario is to Maximize capital growth and earn income in an investment If you can find an investment that can offer capital growth and a steady stream of income you have hit the cherry on the top. How do unit trust investments give you a return? When you invest your hard earned funds into a unit trust, you’re buying units in the specific unit trust. You will then have the ability to share in both the capital growth and the income that that unit return earns over the period that you own the units in the unit trust. Reinvesting the income you earn will increases your investment return When the unit trust earns an income, it is distributed amongst all the investors who own units, in proportion to the number of units owned by the investor. You as the investor have a choice of having the income paid out to you or you can also use this income to buy more units in the unit trust over the period that you’re invested in the unit trust. By choosing to buy more units you will benefit from compound growth on the reinvested income. Your behaviour influences returns of your investment The performance of your investment is not necessarily linked to the performance of the Unit Trust that you have bought into. The performance that is linked to your unit trust will depend on when you bought into the unit trust and also how you are buying and selling units in that unit trust over the period of the investment in the unit trust. For example, if you buy shares at a point that the unit trust is at an all-time high, you might have to wait a longer time to get a return, compared to somebody who has bought units in the unit trust when it was at an all-time low. The price that you pay for your units can dramatically influence the return on the investment.
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Nick Leslau and Sandy Gumm from Secure Income REIT PLC run Proactive Investors through the group's strategy and portfolio. ''We listed this business in 2014 with a view to producing attractive geared returns .. built on some really unique, very special leases we have'', Gumm says. ''We've assembled the portfolio -currently 81 assets - with an average lease length without break of 23 years which is most unusual''.
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Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust PLC (EWI) A very strong performer in 2016 and again in 2017 with a total return of over 45% for the year. The Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust has a global portfolio of entrepreneurial companies that it believes offer long-term growth potential. http://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/events
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The real estate investment trust HCP Inc. (NYSE: HCP) has been busy restructuring its portfolio to focus less on skilled nursing and more on life sciences and that could allow it to deliver dividend increases to investors. With interest rates rising, is it OK to include this dividend stock in income portfolios? In this clip from The Motley Fool's Industry Focus Healthcare, host Shannon Jones and Motley Fool contributor Todd Campbell explain how this REIT hopes to keep its funds from operations flowing. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheMotleyFool Or, follow our Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+MotleyFool/posts Inside The Motley Fool: Check out our Culture Blog! http://culture.fool.com Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/themotleyfool Follow The Motley Fool on Twitter: https://twitter.com/themotleyfool
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You like dividend checks. However, you are unsure whether you should pursue individual dividend-paying stocks or dividend-focused ETFs (exchange traded funds). Today's video, a response to a subscriber question, compares and contrasts individual dividend growth stocks versus dividend mutual funds (ETFs), through my personal lens. While I cannot answer this question for others, I can share my personal pros and cons when I compare the two, and how I decided to proceed in my personal stock portfolio. Specifically, I cover: * Two specific ETF (exchange traded fund) examples from a major ETF mutual fund family. * Why starting yields may be a bit too low with ETFs. * Why I love the control that individual, dividend stocks offer. (And, their lack of ongoing fees is nice too.) * How one can derive more value (when stocks are "on sale") via individual stocks versus mutual funds (which offer a basket of stocks). This is a critical point. The stock market, in my opinion, is not efficient. By holding individual dividend stocks, I get to buy bargains all the time. * When ETFs and mutual funds may make sense (namely retirement accounts where individual stocks are not an option, or those that have smaller portfolios without the prospect of large-scale growth). * How I hope and dream that everyone watching has a million dollar (or more) dividend stock portfolio, one that pays massive cash flow. Today's video is a bit contrarian, and that's ok. My goal is one of early financial freedom and massive passive income. Since my goals are a bit unconventional, my personal finance strategy has been a bit unconventional too. Learn more about dividend stock brokers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcuXZauMwZk Learn more about individual vs. retirement accounts (for someone seeking early financial independence): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_MqPhKoH90 Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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Investing made simple: The Motley Fool's essential guide to investing is now available to the public, free of cost, at http://bit.ly/1atRpHZ. This resource was designed to cover everything that new investors need to know to get started today. For your free copy, just click the link above. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ David Kuo and Sonia Rehill discuss 5 stocks for novice investors, focusing on the importance of dividends, sector diversification, and exposure to foreign markets. Visit us on the web at http://www.fool.co.uk, home to the world's greatest investing community! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheMotleyFool Or, follow our Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+MotleyFool/posts Inside The Motley Fool: Check out our Culture Blog! http://culture.fool.com Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/themotleyfool Follow The Motley Fool on Twitter: https://twitter.com/themotleyfool
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James Anderson and Tom Slater discuss some of the key investment lessons they have learnt and how these impact. the distinctive way in which they invest for Scottish Mortgage. Recorded in November 2018. The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) represents investment companies, investment trusts and Venture Capital Trusts. We help our member companies deliver better returns for their investors. We provide investment company guides, information, performance data and news to people interested in finding our more about investment companies. Visit the AIC website: www.theaic.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/aicpress Find us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/5377029
What is a REIT video: https://youtu.be/54exOi16f1Q Best Investment Series: This video discusses how I am building my ideal ETF portfolio to generate relatively large dividends. ★☆★ Subscribe: ★☆★ https://goo.gl/qkRHDf Investing Basics Playlist https://goo.gl/ky7CJq Investing Books I like: The Intelligent Investor - https://amzn.to/2PVhfEL Common Stocks & Uncommon Profits - https://amzn.to/2DAV8h9 Understanding Options - https://amzn.to/2T9gFSp Little Book of Common Sense Investing - https://amzn.to/2DfFGG2 How to Value Exchange-Traded Funds - https://amzn.to/2PWSkRg A Great Book on Building Wealth - https://amzn.to/2T8AKZ1 Dale Carnegie - https://amzn.to/2DDAk8w Effective Speaking - https://amzn.to/2DBncAT Equipment I Use: Microphone - https://amzn.to/2T7JxL6 Video Editing Software - https://amzn.to/2RQM1vE Thumbnail Editing Software - https://amzn.to/2qIUAgP Laptop - https://amzn.to/2T4xA8Z DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial advisor. These videos are for educational purposes only. Investing of any kind involves risk. Your investments are solely your responsibility. It is crucial that you conduct your own research. I am merely sharing my opinion with no guarantee of gains or losses on investments. Please consult your financial or tax professional prior to making an investment. #LearnToInvest #StocksToWatch #StockMarket
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We are now 8,000 dividend investors strong! To commemorate this milestone, today's video highlights my top 8 dividend investing tips for 2018 and beyond. A reflection of my 20+ years investing experience (and this amazing PPC Ian community here on YouTube), this video surfaces those tips that have served me quite well in my personal investing journey. Tip 1: Don't Listen to the Noise Learn why it may be advantageous to keep your strategy to yourself, especially in your early dividend growth investing years. Make sure to tune out (or better yet) appreciate and celebrate the naysayers. Tip 2: Don't Get Distracted Just as I like a really clean house, I also like a clean financial life. I have learned to appreciate financial minimalism over the years. Learn about why I'm closing out my peer to peer lending, as a great example. Tip 3: Don't Be Scared of Lower Yield Dividend Growth Stocks Sometimes, it's really tempting to buy current yield. That said, one can often achieve a superior yield on cost (in the long term) by going with the lower current yield, higher growth stocks. Learn about one of my big mistakes of the past. And, one of my big successes with McDonald's (MCD). Tip 4: Don't Be Afraid of High Current Yield Stocks Life is unexpected. It's always nice to have the comfort of some current yield, should one ever have to tap into it. Learn about my thoughts and perspectives on Southern Company (SO). Tip 5: Know Your Goals My personal goal is one of financial freedom (cash flow covering all bills). My timeframe for this goal is as soon as possible. Working back from that goal, dividend investing became my favored strategy. Knowing goals helps inform the right strategy. Tip 6: Embrace Automation Learn all about automation, and how it can greatly help one save more money for dividend investing. Moreover, learn how dollar cost averaging can help reduce risk when investing. Automation has been a cornerstone of my dividend strategy since the beginning. Tip 7: Stay Humble It's what this channel is all about. Let's keep learning as dividend investors. Tip 8: Live The Paradox It's ok to have some contradictions in one's portfolio. In fact, I love a good paradox, as they reduce risk. Learn about some of the paradoxes in my personal stock portfolio and how they serve me well. Want to learn more about my experience with peer to peer lending? While an exciting platform, I'm transitioning away since I can receive superior returns with my tried and true dividend strategy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIReR0z8fys Want to learn from my mistakes? Here's a video highlighting my top 5 investing mistakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC-pQ56FlK4 Want to learn how I had to get over my pride, stay humble, and finally buy 3M (MMM), a company I had been watching for many years? That's what this investing video is all about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHRm9kdbXJo Want to learn about my #3 favorite dividend stock of all time? I'm talking about McDonald's (MCD): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA1baKYgV_0 Want to learn about a utility that pays a hefty 5%+ starting dividend yield? I'm a fan of Southern Company for my personal stock portfolio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW_jAVvhEqw Want to learn about my thoughts on dividend investing versus growth investing? Here's a recent video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=El7XyomoAEI Oh my goodness, I actually sold a stock. Learn about this recent situation where I actually sold: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8npn2NqbzA Want to learn about my #2 favorite dividend growth stock of all time, PepsiCo (PEP)? Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFjUoFWEC44 Did you know? I made some money as a growth investor in 2017 (and early 2018)? Here's my Bitcoin story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAQHg6ag7jU Did you know? I'm a dividend investor, but also dabble in high risk angel investing? Learn more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih2F_EUomqA Most of the time, I invest in high quality dividend growth stocks. Sometimes, however, I take on risk and go after deep value. Here's a recent example with Campbell's Soup (CPB): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugU0a3IKul4 Disclosure: I am long 3M (MMM), McDonald's (MCD), Southern Company (SO), PepsiCo (PEP), and Campbell's Soup (CPB). I own these stocks in my portfolio. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Also, I'm not a tax advisor and today's video is NOT tax advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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I continue to receive questions about dividend growth stocks versus index funds (especially the S&P 500 index fund). Questions are pouring in asking why I personally invest in dividend stocks for cash flow, when supposedly most investors cannot beat the average, the S&P 500 index. Today, I want to share some personal examples from my portfolio on how I am completely crushing the S&P 500. In fact, my capital appreciation alone has surpassed the S&P 500. When I factor in dividends as well, I'm completely crushing it. This may come as a surprise to some subscribers because my financial modeling is quite conservative. Whenever I produce a video about dividend investing, I tend to forecast future results at a compounded rate of 7%. Why is that? I'm a conservative forecaster and modeler by nature. I'd rather set myself up for an upside surprise than face a downside one. (And, this is completely different than what most others do in the space. Many people out there are aggressive at modeling their future returns.) Since the S&P 500 has historically driven 10% returns per year (dating back to 1928), I model at 7% to adjust for inflation and uncertainty. That being said, my results in reality have far surpassed my forecasts. Nonetheless, I still forecast conservatively because the market is at all time highs and I don't want to set myself up for any surprises. I like to model conservatively, while dreaming big! To illustrate this point, I share four real world examples from my personal portfolio. I share my personal stock portfolio returns as compared to the S&P 500 during the same time period. You will quickly see why I have fallen in love with dividend growth investing. Not only is it the ideal vehicle for someone like myself approaching financial freedom, but it's also a strategy that can beat the benchmarks (sometimes handsomely). I'm not trying to discount the value of index funds and the S&P 500. I think there are some really key use cases for such mutual funds, especially in retirement accounts that do not offer the ability to buy individual stocks. Everyone will find a unique investing strategy that works for them, and I respect all strategies. I am trying to provide a counter example today because I am forging a unique path. And, the media is so filled with press about index funds, but rarely focuses on the unspoken power of dividend growth investing. The highlight of today's video: Learn about one stock where I'm personally yielding 16.5% on cost each year. That's right: I'm beating the historical S&P 500 returns of 10% per year on my dividend income alone (and that doesn't even count capital appreciation). Related Video – Dividend Stocks vs. Dividend ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaIxNhSj1T0 Related Video – Why I Avoid Index Funds and ETFs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ATtFMeGbQM Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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These three funds deliver capital appreciation while also managing to generate income, offering investors a decent total return on their investment. Studio Guest: Holly Cook, Manager, Morningstar EMEA Websites. Mentioned in this Video: Artemis Income, City of London Investment Trust and the iShares UK Dividend UCITS ETF. http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Lucy Macdonald, Portfolio Manager of The Brunner Investment Trust speaks at a AJ Bell event on finding growth and income in a digital world. This is no recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any particular security. Any security mentioned above will not necessarily be comprised in the portfolio by the time this document is disclosed or at any other subsequent date. Investment trusts are quoted companies listed on the London Stock Exchange. Their share prices are determined by factors including the balance of supply and demand in the market, which means that the shares may trade below (at a discount to) or above (at a premium to) the underlying net asset value. The Trust seeks to enhance returns for its shareholders through gearing in the form of long-term debentures. Gearing can boost the Trust’s returns when investments perform well, though losses can be magnified when investments lose value. You should be aware that this Trust may be subject to sudden and large falls in value and you could suffer substantial capital loss. A trust’s Net Asset Value (NAV) is calculated as available shareholders’ funds divided by the number of shares in issue, with shareholders’ funds taken to be the net value of all the company’s assets after deducting liabilities. In line with current industry best practice NAVs are now shown that take into account the ‘fair value’ of debt. This means NAVs are calculated after allowing for the valuation of debt at fair value or current market price, rather than at final repayment value. NAVs with debt at market value provide a more realistic impact of the cost of debt, and thus a more realistic discount. It is the capital NAV that is shown, which excludes any income. Investing involves risk. The value of an investment and the income from it may fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the full amount invested. The views and opinions expressed herein, which are subject to change without notice, are those of the issuer and/or its affiliated companies at the time of publication. The data used is derived from various sources, and assumed to be correct and reliable, but it has not been independently verified; its accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed and no liability is assumed for any direct or consequential losses arising from its use, unless caused by gross negligence or wilful misconduct. The conditions of any underlying offer or contract that may have been, or will be, made or concluded, shall prevail. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The Trust is a UK public limited company traded openly on the stock market. A ranking, a rating or an award provides no indicator of future perforamcne and is not constant over time. You can purchase shares through a stock broker. Shares in the Trust can be held within an ISA and/or savings scheme and a number of providers offer this facility. A list of suppliers is available on our website. This is a marketing communication issued by Allianz Global Investors GmbH, an investment company with limited liability, incorporated in Germany, with its registered office at Bockenheimer Landstrasse 42-44, D-60323 Frankfurt/Main, registered with the local court Frankfurt/Main under HRB 9340, authorised by Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (www.bafin.de). Allianz Global Investors GmbH has established a branch in the United Kingdom, Allianz Global Investors GmbH, UK branch, which is subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority (www.fca.org.uk). All data source Allianz Global Investors as at 31 December 2017 unless otherwise stated. Allianz Global Investors GmbH, UK Branch, 199 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3TY
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How would I invest $1000? If I were just starting out again and had one thousand dollars to invest in the stock market, what would I do? Well, being PPC Ian and being a dividend growth investor, I would personally approach this investment dividend growth style. In today's video, I will approach this hypothetical question, and will share the 9 rules that would govern my $1000 initial investment, paving the way for a future of successful investing and personal finance: (1) I would purchase one stock. That's right, I would not diversify, but I would rather stay focused. (2) I would purchase that one stock in a dividend reinvestment plan or DRIP for short. I would choose a DRIP that has no fees or low fees. (3) II would make a lump sum investment. Meaning: I would avoid dollar cost averaging the initial one thousand dollars, and would just get my money working for me right away. (4) I would make sure to reinvest all dividends. Dividend reinvestment plans (see rule 2) make this easy. In selecting my stock and DRIP, I would want to make sure that there are no (or very minimal fees) for dividend reinvestment. (5) I would make ongoing period investments of $25 or $50 once I have more cash (after my initial $1000 stock investment). (6) I would target a blue chip stock, one that has been around forever and one that will continue to be around forever. This would provide stability and also a level of diversification. (7) I would target 7% year-over-year growth in the dividend, over the long term. I'd look for consistent dividend growth. (8) I would target a company with a payout ratio in the 50% range. (9) Last, I would target a stock with a current dividend yield in the 3% range. This strategy has the opportunity to deliver superb rules, when factoring in dividend growth, dividend reinvestment, and capital appreciation. That said, let's look at this from a conservative modeling perspective. Let's assume zero capital appreciation and no reinvested dividends. In that case, one would yield 23% on their initial investment after 30 years. Meaning, after 30 years, one would take home $230 in cash every single year from their $1000 investment. And, that's the conservative model. I hope you enjoyed this hypothetical situation that shows what I would personally do in this situation. Want to learn more? Following are some of my additional resources about dividend growth investing. Here's my video about dividend reinvestment plans: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0LySUgHwUU Here's my video about buying stock with no fees with as low as $25: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWdptrcEKGo Here's my video about starting yield, and why it doesn't matter. It's all about dividend growth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zdEaSrWmNQ Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions.
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professorsavings.com (http://www.professorsavings.com) a simple way to learn finance on youtube. Investment Trust --Tips For Investing Wisely Investment Trust is a limited company that trades with the investment of shareholders' funds, and shares of other companies. These trusts borrow money to increase profit, but at times there are losses also. Specifications of Investing Trusts Investing trusts are methods of investing in property, shares or bonds. They resemble unit trusts but the investors are attracted to them because there annual charges are much less than other which promise higher returns. The investment Trusts can work like companies in the stock exchange. They publish their annual audited accounts and annual reports for the public. An investor becomes a shareholder of the company. Most investment trusts issue a fixed number of shares in the beginning to be sold in the stock market. This brings stability in the trust. They are termed 'closed --ended 'investments. On the other hand unit trusts are 'open-ended' investments because they can issue units at any time for persons who want to buy or sale in the trust. Investment Trusts can borrow money to invest which helps in increasing the value of one's investments. These trusts invest the borrowed money in other shares or securities. It is clear that more the borrowing has there is more risk of the capital investment. Investing in Investment Trusts is definitely dicey with big ups and downs. Tips For Investing Wisely in Investing Trusts • Investments should be done regularly in small amounts. It is not wise to invest a large amount at one time. The best option is to invest monthly. This helps in getting more shares when the price is low and fewer shares when the price is high. The investor learns the art of discipline. • Investments can be in the form of shares after a detail study of the company's future prospective and growth. This should be estimated by gaining knowledge from different sources. • Always try to know the risks before investing. Investing is rewarding but investment trusts can bring in a total loss. • Never put all the investments together. They should be distributed in different investment trusts and companies. • Investing in investment trusts is fun and people doing so enjoy themselves without taking the success onto the head and failure to heart. . Conclusion o A youngster should study in detail of the investment trust before investing money in it. o A start should be made with a small amount that is saved after meeting the expenses. o Always invest in different companies and not in all the money in one company to balance the losses and gains. Thanks for watching. Please help us grow. Please "like" our video + Subscribe (http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=professorsavings) Professor Savings Channel (http://www.youtube.com/professorsavings) Connect with us Google Plus: (https://plus.google.com/b/111761695877231541096/111761695877231541096/posts) Facebook: (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Professorsavings/150840195112270) Twitter: (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSaving) Google + : (http://plus.google.com/b/111761695877231541096/111761695877231541096/posts) Tumbler: (http://professorsavings.tumblr.com/) Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/professorsaving/) KEYWORDS professor savings professor saving all stock videos shares tips videos finance 101 lecture personal business smart beginner dummies basic learn 2013 ETF walmart money card profit clicking american funds mortgage rates pay down mortgage dividend stocks buy shares stock stock shares isa buy shares house rent owner orchard bank online payment mortgage rates pay down chase online my accounts today coupon mom today gold rate wells fargo jpmorgan chase capital one bank of america express citibank citi bank visa books blogs business ecommerce internet internet-tools multimedia self-improvement video videos blogging blog finance life money online mobile learning free cheap money cash Other Finance Youtube Channels eHow Finance Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/ehowfinance Bloomberg Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Bloombeg Kiplinger Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/kiplinger CBS Money Watch: http://www.youtube.com/user/moneywach Disclaimer: Professorsavings.com makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.
What if I had $5000 to invest in the stock market? What if I was just starting out, all over again, and wanted to invest my first $5000 in stocks? Today's video discusses this very hypothetical question, from a dividend growth investing perspective. Learn how I would personally invest five thousand dollars for passive income and cash flow. In particular, I would: (1) Buy three stocks, with roughly equal investments in each. Focus on three sectors: consumer non-cyclical food and beverage, consumer non-cyclical household products, and healthcare (pharmaceutical, medical devices, and household products). I love these sectors for the long-term because everyone needs these items in both good and bad economies. (2) Leverage dividend reinvestment plans (or DRIPs) for at least two of the three stocks. Open a low-cost brokerage account with dividend reinvestment for the third stock, if a no fee (or low fee) DRIP did not exist. (3) Make lump sum investments, however stagger my investments one month at a time. It would take three total months to deploy my $5000 in the stock market. (4) Reinvest all dividends, compounding my passive income portfolio over time. (Eventually, I would not reinvest dividends and would live off the cash flow. In the short and medium-term, however, I would reinvest dividends to fuel portfolio growth.) (5) Make periodic, ongoing investments. Since I would own three stocks, I would allocate capital to the one that has the most favorable valuation at the time of my purchase. (6) Focus on blue chip stocks with international exposure (including India and Africa). (7) Strive to purchase stocks with a long history of 7% year-over-year dividend growth. (8) Focus on stocks with payout ratios in the 50% range. (9) Focus on stocks with a starting yield in the 3% range (although anywhere from 2.0%-3.25% should do just fine). Let's assume for minute that I don't care about capital appreciation and these three stocks go nowhere over the next 30 years. Let's also assume I don't reinvest dividends (although that is not true). From a conservative modeling standpoint, my yield on cost would be 23% after 30 years. Meaning: I would receive $1,150 in dividend income each year for the rest of my life. That's a nice stream of cash flow for my $5000 initial investment. And, that's a really conservative model (in my opinion). Today's video highlights the power and beauty of dividend growth investing. Starting with just $5000 is a solid foundation and a great way to begin one's dividend stock journey. Please note that today's video builds on my last video about investing your first $1000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iijz-5vGSh0 If you're researching stock brokers for dividend growth investing, you may want to check out this recent video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcuXZauMwZk Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions.
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In this edition of our Meet the Manager series, Senior Fund Analyst Gordon Smith speaks to James Anderson, co-manager of the £7.5bn market cap Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, which is managed with a long-term, high conviction approach. Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust focuses on strong, often highly innovative businesses that enjoy sustainable competitive advantages in their respective industries. To watch our previous video with James Anderson click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxMyH1P1ujI&t For more Investing Insights, click here: https://www.killik.com/the-edit/investing-insights Follow us on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2DgsylS Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2PSWNRc Killik & Co is an independently owned investment house that has been advising clients on how to save, plan and invest for almost 30 years. To find out more, watch our video here: https://www.killik.com/about/our-story/
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