How to Pick Dividend Stocks For Your Portfolio
By ValueChampion  •  November 9, 2022
Dividend investing can be a good investment strategy and a near effortless way to earn passive income. For instance, a S$10,000 investment in a stock with a 5% dividend yield will give you S$500 in annual dividend income without you having to do anything. In fact, dividend stocks are less volatile than the S&P 500 and have historically outperformed the latter. Why? Because they provide two sources of returns: regular (i.e. steady) income from dividend payouts and stock price appreciation. These boost your total returns and add up over time. (Don’t underestimate the power of compounding returns!) Due to their lower volatility and steady income, dividend stocks tend to appeal to investors seeking lower-risk investments, particularly those who are nearing or already in retirement. However, not all dividend stocks are created equal. They can still be risky if you pick the wrong ones. Here's how to invest in them....
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By ValueChampion
We distill sprawling marketplaces—for insurance, credit cards, bank accounts, and more—down to choices that represent a sweet spot for value—as in offering the features, returns, or experience we think you need for the smallest outlay. We ask: Is the return on a particular purchase or decision worth the cost or risk of that option, and how does the choice stack up against other options?

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