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8 Dividend Stocks That Pay Me $660+ Per Month

Going over 8 of the best dividend stocks I'd include in your dividend portfolio if you're starting to get into dividend investing! These are fairly high yield dividend paying stocks that are consistent and reliable..

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3:56 – Stock 3
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8:11 – Stock 6
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  1. 0:06: 💰 The video discusses eight dividend stocks that generate $660 per month in passive returns.
    3:02: 💼 JPMorgan Chase is benefiting from the higher interest rate environment and is a secure investment with strong fundamentals.
    5:26: 💡 The video discusses companies with strong economic moats, such as Google, Home Depot, and Coca-Cola.
    8:18: 💰 ABV is a biopharmaceutical company with a diverse portfolio of drugs, including oncology, immunology, and neuroscience, that has handled the loss of their exclusive patent to Humira better than expected.
    10:58: 💰 The video discusses the benefits of investing in ETFs and highlights Vanguard’s S&P 500 ETF (VOO) and Charles Schwab’s U.S. Dividend Equity ETF (SCHD).
    Recap by Tammy AI

  2. The market trend can turn around very quickly. In fact, the indexes often switch from a bear market to a bull market when the news is at its worst and the mood of investors is at its lowest point. I read an article of people that grossed profits up to $150k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?

    • In particular, amid inflation, investors should exercise caution when it comes to their exposure and new purchases. It is only feasible to get such high yields during a recession with the guidance of a qualified specialist or reliable counsel.

    • True, initially I wasn’t quite impressed with my gains, opposed to my previous performances, I was doing so badly, figured I needed to diverssify into better assets, I touched base with a portfolio-advisor and that same year, I pulled a net gain of 550k…that’s like 7times more than I average on my own.

    • This aligns perfectly with my desire to organize my finances prior to retirement. Could you provide me with access to your advisor?

    • There are a lot of independent advisors you might look into. But i work with “Vivian Carol Gioia” and I have been working together for nearly four years, and she is excellent. You could proceed with her if she satisfies your discretion. I endorse her.

  3. TimeSaver Summary:

    – Monthly dividend income has increased from $508 to $660 over the past year
    – The 8 dividend stocks discussed are:
    – Procter & Gamble (2.52% yield, stable consumer staples)
    – JP Morgan Chase (2.89% yield, largest US bank with strong balance sheet)
    – Home Depot (2.75% yield, largest home improvement retailer with stable revenues)
    – Coca-Cola (3.26% yield, strong brands and pricing power)
    – Apple (0.55% yield, low but contributes due to large position size)
    – AbbVie (3.85% yield, biopharma with diversified drug portfolio)
    – Kraft Heinz (4.64% yield, consumer staples like ketchup but weak growth)
    – Johnson & Johnson (3% yield, stable consumer staples and dividend king)
    – An average 4% dividend yield would require around $200,000 invested to generate $660/month in passive income
    – Focuses on stable, reliable dividend payers that contribute to his “sleep well at night” portfolio

  4. 1) P&G
    2) JPMORGAN
    3) HOME DEPOT (Alternatively LOWES)
    4) COCA-COLA (Alternatively PEPSI)
    5) APPLE
    6) ABBVIE
    7) KRAFT HEINZ
    Bonus Stock: VOO
    8) JOHNSON & JOHNSON

  5. Stocks extended their year-to-date rally following the CPI report, with the S&P 500 last up 0.8% in afternoon trading. but I don’t know if stocks will quickly rebound, continue to pull back or move sideways for a few weeks, or if conditions will rapidly deteriorate.I am under pressure to grow my reserve of $250k.

    • The market is volatile at this time, hence i will suggest you get yourself a financial-advisor that can provide you with entry and exit points on the shares/ETF you focus on.

    • very true, I started investing before the pandemic and that same year I pulled a profit of about $600k with no prior investing experience, basically all I was doing was seeking guidance to make a from a financial-advisorr, you can be passively involved with the aid of a professional.

    • wow ,that’s stirring! Do you mind connecting me to your advisor please. I desperately need one to diversified my portfolio.

    • Thanks, I merely looked her up on Google and was highly impressed by her credentials; I got in touch with her because I need all the help I can get. I just set up phone call.

  6. Love the video. You need $40,000 in each of those companies to get $682 per month – at least if you wanted that type of diversification. Total investment $320,000.
    A $200,000 investment at 4.2% can yield $700 per month, but that’s only one stock.

  7. I’m 76. For the past 46 years, I’ve been adding to stock positions monthly in the manner described in this video. I just added to my WM position today. Although I’ve purchased a few dogs over the decades, the income from winners far exceeds the losses related to the few losers. My dividend income is about $6,000/month and growing. Over the decades, some of the dividends have paid for vacations, cars, etc. Slow and steady wins the race.

    • @@kunalsarkar8119 Mostly the usual suspects – HD, JNJ, XOM, PEP, TRV, JPM, PFE, MSFT, AAPL, WMT, PG, SBUX, WM, CME, VZ, CME, TROW, BX, ROP, BR, MMM. DD, DOW. Some newbies – IPAR, XYL, ZTS, AZZ. Over the decades I’ve missed many great stocks but if you keep trying and punching, it’ll work.

  8. I’ve been investing with a broker and currently compounding over $170k in dividends after diversifying my portfolio between SCHD and some dividend aristocrats.

  9. Every week I buy more of whatever is the lowest percentage of my portfolio and try to keep everything around 10%. Please what could be my safest buys with $400k to outperform the market in 2024?

    • Find quality stocks that have long term potential, and ride with those stocks. I have found it takes someone who is very familiar with the market to make such good picks.

    • I agree with you. I started out with investing on my own, but I lost a lot of money. I was able to pull out about $200k after the 2020 crash. I invested the money using an analyst, and in seven months, I raked in almost $673,000

    • Mary Kaliope Braun is the licensed advisor I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with to set up an appointment.

    • Thank you for sharing. it was easy to find her, then I scheduled a phone call with her. She seems proficient considering her résumé.

  10. I have a 3 fund portfolio consisting of 33% S&P, 33% Total stock, and 33% international. I feel a need to focus on complete growth so I went 100% stocks, but does the SP500 and TSM overlap too much to make sense holding both? However I’ve been in the red for a month now. I work hard for my money, so investing is making me a nervous sad wreck. I don’t know if I should sell everything, sit and just wait but watching my portfolio of $450k dwindle away is such an eye -sore.

    • There are many other interesting stocks in many industries that you might follow. You don’t have to act on every forecast, so I’ll suggest that you work with a financial advisor who can help you choose the best times to purchase and sell the shares or ETFs you want to acquire.

    • I agree, that’s the more reason I prefer my day to day investment decisions being guided by an advisor seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time both employing risk for its asymmetrical upside and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downward turns, coupled with the exclusive information/analysis they have, it’s near impossible to not out-perform, been using my advisor for over 2years+ and I’ve netted over 1.8million.

    • @@Greghilton3 I actually subscribed for a few trading courses but it didn’t help much, been getting suggestions to use a proper financial advisor, how did you go about touching base with your coach?

    • Melissa Rose Francks is the licensed fiduciary I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

    • Thank you for sharing, I must say,Melissa appears to be quite knowledgeable. After coming across her web page, I went through her resume and it was quite impressive.

  11. Warren Buffett’s perspective on dividends is that they may not be beneficial if a company has better uses for its capital to promote growth. Instead of focusing on dividends, he suggests investing in companies with growth potential. However, some investors see dividends as a way to generate income. It’s possible to create a portfolio that generates a dividend income of $50k-70k with a $1 million investment.

    • You’re right! Compound interest is powerful, but many people underestimate it or lack patience. Investing in ETFs and index funds can be a reliable long-term strategy. Hiring an investment advisor can also help accelerate wealth accumulation. It’s important for the average person to understand and utilize these options effectively.

    • That’s right, I’ve been backed by a financial advisor for almost three years now, I started with over a hundred thousand and I’m just $19,000 away from making half a million profits from compounding and dividends.

    • The advisor that guides me is Sonya lee Mitchell, most likely the internet is where to find her basic info, just search her name. She’s established.

  12. I will be forever grateful to you, you changed my entire life and I will continue to preach on your behalf for the whole world to hear you saved me from huge financial debt with just a small investment, thank you Svetlana Sarkisian Chowdhury .

    • Wow. I’m a bit perplexed seeing her been mentioned here also Didn’t know she has been good to so many people too this is wonderful, I’m in my fifth trade with her and it has been super.

    • I’m kind of suprised it took you guys this long to discover her lol…She is and has been my family’s personal Broker and also a personal Broker to many families in the United states, she is well licensed and a FINRA AGENT in the United States.

    • Ooh im so sorry i cant just leave her number here. But no worries just go ahead and google search the name im sure you will find evrything you need to set up an appointment with her. Good luck!

    • unfortunatly i cant just leave her contact details here. I hope you understand. But i suggest you just go ahead and search up the name on google. Im sure you will find all you need to contact her and set up an appointment.

  13. A crash and bullish market provides equal high-yield potential, it’s all about information and strategy application, I’ve seen folks make huge 7figure profit in a crashing market and pull it off much easily in a bull market Unequivocally the crash/recession is getting somebody somewhere rich.

    • Since risk is at an all-time high right now, perhaps you should be a little more patient and return when it has decreased. Alternatively, you can consult a trained financial expert for strategy.

    • Yes true, I have been in touch with a brokerage Advisor. With an initial starting reserve of $80k, my advisor chooses the entry and exit commands for my portfolio, which has grown to approximately $550k.

    • How can I participate in this? I sincerely aspire to establish a secure financial future and am eager to participate. Who is the driving force behind your success?

    • ANGELA LYNN SCHILLING’ is her name. She is regarded as a genius in her area and works for Empower Financial Services. She’s quite known in her field, look—her up.

    • Thank you for this tip. It was easy to find your coach. Did my due diligence on her before scheduling a phone call with her. She seems proficient considering her resume.

  14. I’m thinking to put some cash in stocks, I was at Salt Shack and i overheard some friends saying its ripe enough, but Is this a good time to buy stocks? I’ve been sitting on over $545K equity from a home sale and I’m not sure where to go from here, is it a good time to buy into stocks or do I wait for another opportunity?

    • Off course, but Just because there are opportunities in the market doesn’t mean you should go in blindly. To understand the potential factors that contribute to your financial growth, I’ll advise you to seek the help of a professional.

    • A lot of folks downplay the role of advlsors until being burnt by their own emotions. I remember couple summers back, after my lengthy divorce, I needed a good boost to help my business stay afloat, hence I researched for licensed advisors and came across someone of utmost qualifications. She’s helped grow my reserve notwithstanding inflation, from $275k to $850k.

    • impressive gains! how can I get your advisor please, if you dont mind me asking? I could really use a help as of now

    • Elisse Laparche Ewing is the licensed fiduciary I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment..

    • I just googled her and I’m really impressed with her credentials; I reached out to her since I need all the assistance I can get. I just scheduled a caII.

  15. My dividend journey began when I realized that two particular expenses in my budget were always going to go up and never go down. The two expenses were taxes and insurance. I realized that the dramatic rise in both will need some added income. So, I started buying shares paying dividends. I can now see that this will be the path I need to take to make sure those two expenses will not overtake my future income.

    • As a beginner, educate yourself, Learn the basics of investing and the stock market. There are many resources available online, including books, articles, and online courses. It’s a good idea to diversify your portfolio across different stocks and sectors to minimize risk. I’ve heard of people accruing over $550k during recessions and inflation, its important to do your own research.

    • A lot of folks downplay the role of advlsors until being burnt by their own emotions. I remember couple summers back, after my lengthy divorce, I needed a good boost to help my business stay afloat, hence I researched for licensed advisors and came across someone of utmost qualifications. She’s helped grow my reserve notwithstanding inflation, from $275k to $850K.

    • This is definitely considerable! think you could suggest any professional/advisors i can get on the phone with? I’m in dire need of proper portfolio allocation.

    • Angela Lynn Shilling is the licensed fiduciary I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

    • I just googled her and I’m really impressed with her credentials; I reached out to her since I need all the assistance I can get. I just scheduled a caII.

  16. Concluded 2023 with a 20% decline in the S&P 500, long-term investors find a promising entry into 2024. Noteworthy ETFs include: $VOO for S&P 500, $VTI for total US market, $QQQ for tech growth, and $SCHD for growth with dividends. Calculating my annual dividends, I’m thankful for $167k—attributing it to discipline and focus.

    • Look for stocks that have paid steady, increasing dividends for years (or decades), and have not cut their dividends even during recessions. Alternatively speaking to a certified market strategist can help with pointers on equities to acquire

    • True. Having the right financial planner is invaluable. My portfolio is well-matched for every season of the market and recently hit 90% rise from early last year. I and my CFP are working on a 7 figure ballpark goal, though this could take till Q3 2024.

    • I’m sitting on some significant money ready to toss it into VOO, but I’m kinda hoping that price drops a bit. I know we only want to see the stock rise, but being heavily liquid, I’d rather not reinvent the wheel, thus the search for a reputable advisor, mind sharing info of this person guiding you please?

    • I’ve had majority of my holdings in ETFs, tech stocks and I’ve had 45% increase in my portfolio, especially with Nvidia P/E (price to earnings ratio) adding few others, personally, coach Jennifer Lea Jenson take good care of my holdings.

    • This recommendation is coming at the right time because i am literally grasping for straws atm! I verified her online and scheduled a phone call with her.

  17. To enhance our long-term investment mix, my partner and I are introducing a range of stocks and ETFs. We’ve committed $220k initially, with a particular emphasis on inflation-protected bonds and businesses demonstrating robust cash flows. I see potential for enduring growth in the current market, yet I’m also keen to explore strategies for generating short-term gains.

    • While the current market offers short-term profit potential, it’s crucial to note that executing such a strategy requires expertise and skill.

    • I agree, having a brokerage advisor for investing is genius! Amidst the financial crisis in 2008, I was really having investing nightmare prior touching base with a advisor. In a nutshell, i’ve accrued over $2m with the help of my advisor from an initial $350k investment.

    • Laila artine kassardjian’ is the licensed coach I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

    • Thank you for this Pointer. It was easy to find your handler, She seems very proficient and flexible. I booked a call session with her.

  18. I lost over $80k when everything started to tank. Not because I was in an exchange that went belly up. I was just stupid to hold and because that’s what everyone said. I’m still responsible. It just taught me to be a better investor now that I understand more of what could go wrong. It took me over two years of being in the market, I’m really grateful I found one source to recover my money, at least $10k profits weekly. Thanks Charlotte Miller.

    • I just withdrew my profits a week ago, To be honest it was an amazing feeling when the profits hits my wallet I wish I could reinvest but, too much bills

    • The very first time we tried, we invested $1000 and after a week, we received $7500. That really helped us a lot to pay up our bills.

    • She is my family’s personal broker and also a personal broker in many families I’m United States, she’s a licensed broker and a FINRA AGENT in United states

    • Really you people know her? I was even thinking that I’m the only one she has helped walk through the fears and falls of trading

  19. My portfolio doesn’t just cater to dividend stocks. I hold $VFIAX (S&P 500 index fund) in my Roth IRA and $VTI (Total Stock Market ETF) in my taxable brokerage account. Two of my largest holdings. The individual dividend stock positions all complement the index holdings.

    • Diversifying with $VFIAX and $VTI is smart. It’s financial independence, not dependency, that truly empowers.

    • If you lack market knowledge, your best bet is to seek advice or support from a consultant or investing coach. Contacting a consultant may sound simple, but it’s how I’ve managed to stay afloat in the market and increase my portfolio to roughly 60% early this year. It is, in my opinion, the best way to get started in the industry right now.

    • How can I participate in this? I sincerely aspire to establish a secure financlal future and am eager to participate. Who is the driving force behind your success?

    • @@GARYFASTMAN Yes my go to person is a ‘LUCIA ALICIA CRUZ’ So easy and compassionate Lady. You should take a look at her work

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