The Dividend Report - July 2021
Historically, older, and larger companies with a strong cash flow pay out dividends. While these companies often have slower revenue growth, the amounts taken in are substantial and usually shared generously with shareholders.
The problem is the stock market rewards changes in growth more than it rewards size and stability. For investors looking for steady cash flow from their investments without regard to the performance of principal, the daily, weekly, monthly, even yearly changes in the share price does not matter.
That is a small pool of investors, although millions have been misled into believing they belong in this category.
That said, there is room for a steady yield in every portfolio. The kind of exposure is not only determined by your personal investment goals and risk tolerance but also by market conditions and macro risk factors.
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