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Good Paying Dividend Stocks 2013

If you invest in good paying dividend stock 2013 then you can enjoy monthly of quarterly income payments as long as you hold the dividend paying shares. If you want create a form of passive residual income then dividend paying shares will help you do this. In this article we look at how you can create a well diversified dividend portfolio using fundamentally strong companies and enjoy regular monthly and quarterly payments from the investment. I have included a list of top monthly, quarterly and fundamentally strong companies that all pay dividends.

Top Paying Dividend Stocks

List of Dividend Paying Stocks

Your first step is to create a portfolio of dividend stocks that also have options available. To start with you can make a watch list of ten stocks that you want to potentially hold in your dividend portfolio. When you pick the ten dividend paying stocks you need to analyse them using fundamental analysis, you need to check the companies policies, profits, revenue, PE Ratio, debt, leverage, sales and management; if you really believe that the companies fundamentals are good you can go ahead and invest in the stocks. Remember that this is a buy and hold strategy, if you're stock starts falling you must have faith that your analysis will prove you right.

Highest Paying Dividend Stocks for 2013

Monthly Dividend Paying Stocks

Most stocks will pay quarterly however a handful of stocks will pay monthly, one of the best ways to continually strive to increase your income is to re-invest any money that you receive in dividends, the monthly compounding effect is better than the quarterly compounding effect and will help your income grow faster. If you can continually invest in buying more shares in the dividend paying companies as well as re-investing the dividend payments you will reach your desired income levels faster.

Best High Dividend Stocks and Hedging

Insure All Your Dividend Stocks Using Options

If you're risk averse then you might not want to see the price of your stock or value of your portfolio from falling. If that is the case you can implement a strategy which will guarantee your capital at the current level without effecting the dividend payments. Once you've created your portfolio you can hedge or insure each stock using a yearly put option, this means that whatever happens in the market you'll always get your money back for a period of one year. Usually these yearly put or insurance policies are quite expensive however if you can sell or write monthly covered calls you can recoup the cost and you'll only be left with monthly dividend payments and no capital depreciation.

The Ideal Scenario for Dividend Paying Stocks

Monthly Income Without Losing Capital

The perfect ideal situation would be as follows, you buy a dividend trading stock after fundamentally analyzing the company, you have faith in it and when the price goes down you buy more. You then insure the stock at the price you bought it using a yearly put option that is at the money. The cost of the insurance policy is $2.4 so you start to sell or write covered calls at 0.2 cents or more to recover the cost. At the end you've paid for the insurance through writing the call and your left with stock that never depreciates and only goes up in value.

Top 20 Dividend Paying Stocks For 2013

Top 20 Dividend Paying Stocks for 2013

Best Monthly Dividend Paying Stocks for 2013

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Fundamentally Strong Dividend Paying Stocks 2013

Fundamentally Strong Dividend Paying Stocks 2013

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Written by moronke, 2 years ago

Thanks for the reply. I have a relative in America but they do not know about stocks. I introduced the idea of buying stocks to them because they are in debt.

Please can you recommed a good broker in Southern Houston Texas or an international broker?

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Written by moronke, 2 years ago
I have a passion for investing in stocks.Recently,I decided to buy stocks from all the companies whose share prices are low.Thanks for the info.

I don't live in America but is it possible to invest and buy online?
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Written by TheJourney, 2 years ago
It depends on your brokers, most brokers do not have a problem with international stocks.
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Written by Christian_Archer, 2 years ago
This is an excellent article! I am especially interested in monthly dividend paying stocks, so this was a great resource for me.
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Written by TheJourney, 2 years ago
I like monthly dividend paying stocks too, but be careful to fundamentally analyse the stocks before you commit.
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Written by TheJourney, 2 years ago
Thanks for reading folks!

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