Today I’m going to share with you the Top 10 stocks that pay killer Dividends in 2017.

What are dividends?

Dividends are a sum of money paid periodically by a company, usually quarterly, to its shareholders from its profits. This means that when you hold a company’s stock, they pay you every three months for holding a share of that company.

Not every company will pay dividends. So it’s important that you find dividend-paying stocks if this is what you’re interested in.

You get paid based on the number of shares you own. The more shares you own – The more money you get!

A lot of investors love dividend paying stocks, and that’s because you can put your money into something, let it sit, completely forget about it, and you still get paid every few months.

Certain companies pay higher dividends than others. This usually means that they are a higher risk company. However, this is not always the case.

But most of the times, when you have a company that pays huge dividends, it’s because the company is not worth that much, or the dividends are not stable and they can be taken away at any given time.

So when you’re looking for dividend-paying companies, you need to look for stability, companies that have been around for a while, and that the dividend has been paid out consistently time and time again.

In this video, I’m going to share with you 10 fairly good dividend-paying companies in 2017. Keep in mind that things may change in the future. And also, remember that you don’t only want to look at the dividends when it comes to choosing a company to invest in. You also need to look for stock appreciation. So combining dividend payouts with stock appreciation is the ideal scenario and the best of both worlds.

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  1. Dividends seems like a pyramid scheme where you rely in growth of the dividend, which can't be sustainable because the people later pay for the people before

    I don't see how the dividend can ever in someone's lifetime pay for itself. seems like if you look at this as a percentage, you are going to double your money with much lower risk investments.

    because in the end you are still risking all that money and companies can go bankrupt.

    it seems to me that companies should not have a choice to offer dividends. you own a percentage of that company by definition of having stock, so you should be deserving of a portion of its profits. if you are not, then your stock is not backed by any value. it is worthless as a symbol of ownership in something without any substance. just sentimental value of owning something. like having the company t shirt and hat as stock. it seems petty.

  2. You can not go wrong with enb, a solid dividend aristocratic. Everyone needs energy as the population will always be growing and consuming. Heating our homes , gas for cars, planes, trains or electrical power we all need it. Buy and hold/collect the cash or re-invest the dividend !

  3. Why does the value of your stock go down after the divident payment? To me it is ridiculous. Your stock price shold stay the same. Divident is paid from the profit. It is the surplus money. It is not like companies pay divident when they are in the red.

  4. I always have wondered what happens if my stock keeps is depreciating let's say i bought it for 5.10 and every day is going down and down and next month is 3.20 but i want to keep it because i truly believe that i will go up within a year or something, is it bad to keep those stocks under this type of situation ? Or just fallow the market and sell it ? I have hundreds of questions and thanks to this channel i want to start investing, thanks

  5. I have 60 bucks in a Robinhood account. Should I save more before I invest or just get started? I put up 10% of my paycheck into my Robinhood account however I’m a cashier and don’t make much while I’m learning we development.

  6. Sasha, the TOO ticker, I don't understand how that isn't a good yield (I do understand it is depreciating) but even a small account can buy a couple thousand shares and .44 a share multiplied by 1000 is still a large return. I guess what I'm asking is, would owning this stock for a short term basis to get returns be a good thing? thanks!

  7. Noticed that big pharmaceutical companies give decent dividend returns also, dividends are nice but i think its more suited for people with deep pockets like warren buffet who can has a ton of money to invest in stable established companies and wait it out for his returns.

  8. Hey Sasha I want to thank you for your responsible training. I watch a lot of these videos and I just witnessed the most horrible advice given to traders by Clay Trader. Its was posted today and instead of warning traders to be careful of institutional moves he tells them not to worry about them.
    This is the same guy who scans for gaps and scalps 10 or 15 cents to get out as fast as possible because he knows an institutional trader could come in at any given moment and wipe out his 56,000$ margin.
    I can't believe the nerve of this guy. So my hat off to you sir for being a man of character. Thank you!

  9. Hi Sasha, new investor here. Could you answer me this question about dividend. Does the dividend payout depends on how long you hold the stock during that quarter? For example, what if you bought the stock midway? How about you bought 100 shares of the stock 1 day before the dividend payout date, do you get the dividend?


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