Why I Invest In Dividend Stocks As A 27 Year Old

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46 thoughts on “Why I Invest In Dividend Stocks As A 27 Year Old

  1. Why not have both 2 strategies : accumulating shares ETF for growth and particular dividend stocks? In that case you always win 😉

  2. to me when you buy dividend stocks, when you no longer work you dont have to sale shares to have income- and we really dont know what may happen to us- i never thought i would ever be disabled, and because of dividends i haven’t had to work for 8 years and ive been able to reinvest alot of the dividends into more shares, the companies i buy are really boring , i dont want anything to exciting.

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  3. I’ve only just started investing I’m 25. I have 30 stocks and invest £400 a month split even between the shares

    1. Good to start at young age, wish i had all the apps and internet 35 years ago (im 58 now) as i would definately been an avid investor, plus dont trust the government as they keep moving retirement further and further away from people,

    2. 30 stocks and £400 a month split evenly, which is about about £14 per share .
      You better of , having less companies and investing more in each to the same total sum of £400 or just more in ETF’S, where you wouid a lot of more companies.
      For example 4 good ETFS at £100 amonth ?
      Plenty of good and free information on YouTube.
      Good luck on your adventure 👍🥳🥳🥂

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  4. Dave Ramsey, who knows a bit about investing says the best investments are the ones your putting money in and don’t sweat the small stuff. You seem pretty knowledgeable for your age so crack on with what your doing I would say. 👌🏾

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  5. Another great video, thank you Hayley 🙂 just to add to what you’ve said.
    From my perspective a dividend stock is more obvious to identify and have confidence moving forward of fairly reliable gains come rain or shine, on the other hand….. Growth stocks don’t always grow and often appear more akin to a gamble for the hope of growth.

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  6. As a 29 year old, I have at least 21 more years to go and 31 at most before retirement. Hoping my dividend investments allow me to take an earlier retirement with a wife one day haha hopefully she is equally enthusiastic about investing

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  7. I’m not a dividend investor per se but all you need to do is look at the people that have for some considerable time and built up a sizeable dividend fund. Yes over 250k + admittedly. It’s not uncommon to be getting a £500 to £1500 a week on average, Impressive to say the least.

    1. Totally agree.
      I Generate a lot more than that .
      Depends when you started investing?
      For me , since I was 18 and now 43 .
      Always been a risk taker.
      Remember PEP’S , TESSA and Now ISA.
      Not that difficult to accumulate £300K .
      Time and Timing been a winner 👍🥂🥳

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  8. You have your head screwed on Hayley. Excellent video and very informative. Thanks and best of luck to you.

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  9. Hi Hayley, your doing a great job with your investing and with your enthusiasm and still only 27, your going to amass a lot of money if you keep it up for the next 20/30 years, Are you going to return to Vanguard platform or stay with your current provider??

    1. She’ll be 47 or 57 in 20 or 30 years .
      Hopefully she’ll make some real money in her 30’s .
      27 is not young to be investing.
      Depends which sort of school children go too , they are taught about money .
      My son as had his ” Go Henry ” Debt card since he was 6 ( now 9 ) .
      Most of his friends too .
      Hense
      Junior ISA
      Junior pensions 🤓

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  10. The problem with dividend investing is if you’re young (27) you’re limited to UK companies. The world has changed a lot and unfortunately the UK isn’t world leading anymore, rather, the most poorly managed economy in the western world. If you just blind invest in the S&P 500 SPXP you get the best companies in the world both growth and dividend without dividend withholding taxes and if the UK economy tanks it’s a win as you’re positions will rocket due to the weak pound.

    1. Are you aware most British companies are international and invest all over the world?
      Strange comment, just my opinion 🙉🙈🙊🤓👍

  11. Growth stocks are great, until a bit of bad news comes along to puncture their high valuations.

    I find it a lot easier to pick some boringly dependable dividend stocks, and reinvest the dividends.

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  12. I’ve never understood why everyone wants to be either a dividend investor OR a growth investor. Why not be both?

  13. Hi,
    I remember when i first told people i work with, about dividend investing they laughed at my £13 a year lol.
    1 year later I’m on an average of £22 a month know who’s laughing.
    They still have nothing, I’m winning, keep it up girl.
    Steve

    1. Have you also looked at the stock price too ?
      If your investment going up , then any dividends are good , but if your stock is down , then that a bummer 🙉🙈🙊😱😭

  14. Hi Hayley, if dividend investing is what keeps you (when I say you, I mean whoever of course! 😂) investing then it is an absolute win. As always, time in the market over timing the market. Dividends keep you interested/excited and make you want to build and snowball that? Then keep going 👌📈

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  15. I enjoyed your video. I can relate to your investing theory. Investing in a down market isn’t fun. I stay more engaged when I’m accumulating more shares via new funding and DRIPs. My employer 401k is designed for growth and my ROTH IRA is designed for future income. Stay committed to a lifetime of investing and you’ll do great!! These are my current dividend stocks and this isn’t investment advise….SCHD, QYLD, HRZN, DNP, PGX, PFF

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