Investing – How to MAKE DIVIDEND MONEY!

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Investing – How to MAKE DIVIDEND MONEY!

15 comments

  1. how do taxes work for divedends on robin hood. and does the dividend go to the buying power cash category or?

  2. Can you compare your Dividend payments to the Number of shares you own of the Stock please

  3. Hey man just some wording you might want to clarify and I think this makes it more clear. To qualify for a dividend, you must own the stock at the end of the trading day on the ex dividend date. It doesn’t matter when you bought it, you just have to have it through that day, even if you bought it then.

  4. As a video idea i think you should make one on warrants. What they are and how they work etc.

  5. Dividend stocks are not any different from non-dividend stocks. If you don’t get a dividend, where do you think it goes? It’s invested back into the company, which increases the share price, so generally, you are in the same position. You really need to learn more about investing before giving false information/get rich quick promises.

  6. +Eric Fernandez dividends provide a nice proof of earnings to some investors who feel more confident in purchasing a stock that provides dividends than one that does not. This video provides no “get rich quick” promises.

  7. Dividends are not meant as a proof of earnings… A company must file a 10-Q every quarter to show their income statement, balance sheet, and cash flows. THAT is the proof of earnings. A real investor reads financial statements, and you obviously do not. I am actually really surprised that you know so little about investing, while feeling confident about your ability to give people financial advice. It’s really disappointing.

  8. RC BASHING I use dividend.com but just Google dividend calendar it should give you all the upcoming dates

  9. Sorry Eric, but you’re off-base. While I too wouldn’t exactly conceptualize a dividend as “proof of earning”, reinvesting money into the company isn’t the same as taking a dividend payout. There is no guarantee that money reinvested by a company will actually translate to higher stock prices, whereas a dividend is a real payment of a specific value. Even if the value went up by some comparable amount to a dividend doesn’t mean the price will stick.

    I’m all for constructive criticism but you’ve done nothing but disagree with and insult the guy while providing nothing that suggests we should value your opinion over his. You could have at least called him Mr. Mackey or something, and made us chuckle, geez.

  10. jae5086, I agree with you. Market prices do not always reflect current company assets and discounted cashflows due to speculation. However, an investor with original and valuable insights, does not see market price fluctuations as making money or losing money. When you buy a stock, you own a piece of a company. When you decide to buy a piece of a company you should consider underlying assets and future prospects, not the Robinhood trading chart. When a company doesn’t pay a dividend, the fact that matters is that the company has more capital. It doesn’t matter what the share price does. If the assets are there, the market price will sooner or later reflect it. He’s giving bad advice, and I guarantee that people are losing money because of it. It’s actually illegal to solicit investment advice without being registered with the SEC, and his description box disclaimer does not protect him from the law.

  11. parzax they. you mean robinhood? but thanks for the reply. i was worried about tracking all my dividends for income tax. but this helps.

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