Die Dividendenstrategie


  • +241.5 %
    since 2012-12-06
  • +12.3 %
    1 Year
  • +14.9 %
    Ø-Performance per year
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  • -25.3 %
    Maximum loss (to date)
  • 0.75×
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Trading Idea

Today it is more important than ever to get a good interest rate on ones capital. The dividend account is to avoid rush and greed. The value of the brokerage account is to be built up continuously, and increased sustainably.

Substance and a solid return – these are characteristics that many investors particularly appreciate today. I therefore rely on dividends, i.e. the portion of the profit that a stock corporation pays out to its shareholders. The amount of the dividend is based on the profit of the company, which is usually a percentage of profits retained and fed to reserves in order to finance investments, for example.

There is a second important point: In the long term, stocks with strong dividends often develop better than the overall market in terms of price, so that you can also benefit from rising prices in addition to the current returns.

The focus should be on companies that pay high dividends. These companies are generally considered safer as the dividend may provide downside protection. Value preservation is particularly important to me. The security is not only the result of the amount of the dividend return here. When selecting stocks, important criteria intended to prove the fundamental strengths of the company are to be taken into account. The investment horizon of this strategy is considered medium to long term.

The dividend return shows how much capital reflux you get on your stocks. It is also a key figure for the valuation of a stock. The dividend returns of the securities of the major stock indices are usually about 2 to 3%. The background to this key figure is that a dividend which is high in terms of absolute amount may generate less returns than a dividend that is low in terms of amount.

Example: € 5 dividend per share at 75 € results in a dividend yield of 6.7%. This is better than € 7 dividend per share at 125 € (dividend return of 5.6%).
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Dieter Jaworski
Registered since 2012-12-06

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