Robinhood App – HIGHEST YIELD MONTHLY DIVIDEND STOCKS

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Hononga Tikiake Robinhood:

iOS:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/robinhood-free-stock-trading/id938003185?mt = 8

Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id = com.robinhood.android&HL = en

Robinhood Main-page:

https://www.robinhood.com/

Tikiake Hononga acorns:

iOS:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acorns-invest-spare-change/id883324671?mt = 8

Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id = com.acorns.android&HL = en&= Gl tatou

Acorns Main-page:

https://www.acorns.com/

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Robinhood App – HIGHEST YIELD MONTHLY DIVIDEND STOCKS

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  1. You should note composition of the funds next time
    PHT is mostly US government debt
    HIX is split government/corporate debt
    EAD is 1st world corporate debt
    PHF is 1st world corporate debt

  2. If its all you have in your portfolio, it’s bad.
    But most ETF’s that pay monthly above 6% are usually some type of bond fund.

  3. You have to find a website that shows you the distribution rate, or a dividend history.

    Hei tauira: Google, and Marketwatch don’t show a dividend history, but Nasdaq and Morningstar do.

  4. Just watch out for too high of a yield that is not sustainable with adequate payout ratios. It can always be enticing to build a dividend portfolio based on high yield stocks but often they (dividends) get cut or worse eliminated. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Ko te “dividend trapor ROC effect is more of an individual stock problem. While funds do cut their dividends, it is usually in response to market headwinds. Individual stocks and ETF’s do not produce dividends from the same sources. Many ETF’s use puts, options and the covered call strategy to generate income against their holdings.

  6. +KeithDivHut I agree with HNTR KLLR on this one. I am always aware of this on individual stocks; ETFs do generally have a great degree of management which make high yields possible. Thank you for the information and I hope it was interesting!

  7. Always interesting. I enjoy following other investing journeys online and seeing how people invest. If you are curious to see my portfolio I publish it here http://divhut.com/portfolio/ along with my monthly stock buys and more. Thanks for your videos!

  8. I’ve been looking up the Wells Fargo Income Op stock and I’m curious to know more about itis it like a bond or something? I havent found much info on it
    Ngā mihi

  9. +teamrocfan It seems to be a bond fund. I could be wrong, ahakoa.

  10. check dividend section of the invester and relation page of that company

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