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How to be financially free in 10 to 15years in Nigeria


1.Develop a monthly budget of expenses,savings and investments
2.Keep loose change in bank accounts;
3.Develop an emergency fund with 3 to 6 months worth of expenses and put it in @PiggyBankNG wallet to get that monthly interest then compound it every month.
4. Invest at least 25times annual income by investing in stocks for at least 10 to 15years.
Open 3 different portfolios with different strategies & develop a monthly investment plan. @trove @chaka @investbamboo to reach your FI goal.
5. Always stick to your plan.
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#dividends #yield

With interest rates depressed and likely to remain so for years, stocks with ample and secure dividends could benefit as investors search for yield.
One approach is to consider companies whose dividend yields nicely exceed their bond yields
This can be a good way to find high-quality stocks because low bond yields are often a sign of financial strength & dividend stability
The stock of any company whose safe dividend yield is materially higher than its own 10 year bond yield may have a compelling risk/reward profile
The approach doesn’t predict that a stock will outperform, but it has been very effective at identifying stocks with limited risk
Let’s take an example Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), whose dividend yield of 2.7% is more than double the about 1% on its 10-year debt.
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Very Safe Low risk (very diversified) Dividend Portfolio yielding $200/month from a $100,000 investment…

#passiveincome #dividendinvesting #nigeria
Backtested this Portfolio using #PortfolioVisualizer. The portfolio did very well.

Investment Capital increased by at least 164% in 10yrs to $267,299 if stocks are equal weighted Capital increased to $275,535 (173%).

Monthly Income increased from $200 in 1st year to $328/mnth
(#150k/mnth) in 5yrs to ($450/mnth=#200k/mnth) (Note:Dividends were reinvested back into the Portfolio)

Without reinvestment Capital increased by 50% to $152,535 in 5yrs.
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With #50million, I can teach you how to get paid atleast #102k monthly without doing any work till eternity (and the income grows too)

Using US stocks

Investing in 20 to 40 dividend paying stocks; inclusive of #dividendaristocrats & #dividendChampions building the Portfolio to yield atleast 3.5% annual income.
#50million x 3.5%( annual yield)=#1.75million, adjusting for ((30% US tax)= #1.22million dividends paid annually.
Monthly average payments (#1.22million/12months) = #102k per month. QED!!!

@investbamboo @trovefinance @ChakaStocks

#dividendinvesting #passiveincome
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Started investing Nov 2019 in the #NASDAQ and #NYSE using @investbamboo here are my top 5 best performing stocks
Please like my tweet and retweet so I can win... 500likes please.
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Started investing Nov 2019 in the #NASDAQ and #NYSE using @investbamboo here are my top 5 best performing stocks #MyBambooMoments
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Started investing Nov 2019 in the #NASDAQ and #NYSE using @investbamboo here are my top 5 best performing stocks #MyBambooMoments
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A dividend yield tells you how much dividend income you receive in relation to the price of the stock. Buying stocks with a high dividend yield can provide a good source of income.
not all Companies pay dividends. The vast majority of dividends are paid four times a year on a quarterly basis, but some companies pay their dividends semi-annually (twice a year), annually (once a year), monthly.
It is possible to own many dividend companies in your Portfolio and receive dividends monthly. This is called dividend imvesting or Income investing.
The more shares you own of high-quality dividend stocks, the more money you can make.
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Finally, after so much wait, @RBI Governer comes out to provide much needed relief to economy - key announcements thread:

#RBI #economy #rbigovernor
1. Yes, even after all the projections of economic growth slip, India might still stay at the top of global economic growth chart (As per IMF).

2. NBFCs, this time RBI has looked out for you.

TLTRO 2.0 - targeted long term repo operations of INR 50k crore ease the liqudiity issues, specifically for NBFCs.

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