Robinhood App – How I make $50 a Month in Dividends

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Robinhood App – How I make $50 a Month in Dividends

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  1. The MLP and utility ETF’s like BCX are quite the conundrum: From the correction in oil last year, it’s hard to predict if the oil price will stay low or resume it’s tradition of slow increases; Especially when priced in USD. Natural resource companies are more susceptible to market shock because their operational expenses rise as their asset values fall. They also tend to pay out dividends during declines to hold investor interest, even when it negatively impacts their profitability.

  2. This is awesome I started using robin hood about 4 marama ki muri… you just taught me something new. thanx.

  3. Isn’t your portfolio down over 300$? you also show your stocks most are down when you flash the area that says how much you have gained or lost. also noticed you just recently bought when it shows your transaction dates but you speak about certain stocks as if you have been invested for awile. LoL

  4. if you want to daytrade i suggest you switch to UstockTrade, if you are doing swing trades and investing keep Robinhood.

  5. +Keoki Furen Hey! I actually gather information about then from quite a few resources.

  6. If you’re buying fixed income CEFs, generally speaking I don’t think you be considering that ‘growth’. Over a long time period, you should expect the non-distribution-adjusted NAV to either stay flat or decline. What you have witnessed now is just these CEFs recovering from depressed prices.

    hoki: Oh no! You found Cornerstone CEFs. They are the worst. They just return your capital back to you. A, since they are often trading at premiums which means they are giving you back less than a dollar for every dollar you gave them. They aren’t earning their distribution. haere ki and look at the Return of Capital component of their distribution. They are legally fraudulent CEFs. Just fooling folks by their ridiculous yields. Never buy them. Stick with Pimco or several other reputable companies.

    Hmm, you need to learn a bit more about CEFs. They aren’t simple to understand.

    Pimco PHK trades at a super high premium. That’s irrational, which makes it risky. Same for PGP and RCS. It makes more sense to buy normal CEFs at discounts to NAV and not premiums. ano, this is more folks buying based on yield instead of understanding.

    (Lecture over.)

  7. when talk about your RH portfolios on your vids, do you have many or just a few? (or just this one).

  8. Devonne William Vick if I invest 1500 in to Dividend stock how much of a monthly return could I get say I bought 100 share at 12$ and the Div/yield is 4.0

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