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9 Dividend Stocks That Pay Me $3,100 Per Month

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In this video, I share the 9 dividend stocks in my portfolio that pay me $3,470 per month

Timestamps:
0:00 – What changed
1:33 – Stock #1
3:12 – Stock #2
4:58 – Stock #3
7:52 – Stock #4
9:38 – Stock #5
12:01 – Stock #6
14:11 – Stock #7
15:22 – Stock #8
16:33 – Stock #9

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111 COMMENTS

  1. It’s a delicate season now, so you can do little or nothing on your own. Hence I will suggest you get yourself a professional that can provide you with entry and exit points on the securities you focus on.

    • Very true! I’ve been able to scale from $350K to $650K this red season because my FA figured out Defensive strategies to protect my portfolio and profit from this roller coaster market.

    • @@cynthiamaryland That’s heavy! keep it up, I could really use the expertise of these advisrs, my port-folio has been down bad….whose the person guiding you?

    • @@tonymcdonald7730 Having a coach is key in a volatile market, My advisor is “WENDY DUNBAR VALERI” You can easily look her up, she has years of financial-market experience.

    • @@cynthiamaryland I just looked up Wendy on the net and scheduled a call with her. From my research, she seems very proficient so I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals.

  2. I agree the stock market is a very good way to make passive income. I have heard of several investors who were making more than $40k a month from the market. I’m ready to go into the market now, but I’m careful to not make a mistake. Or are there are safe bets?

    • It’s hard to beat the market as an ordinary investor. You don’t have access to information that professionals have. So it’s just better if you invest with a professional who knows how things work better.

    • The current market’s uncertainties are one of the reasons I have my daily investment decisions guided by a portfolio-coach, because their entire skill set is built around going long and short at the same time, both employing profit-oriented strategy and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downtrends, and when combined with exclusive information/analysis, it’s nearly impossible not to outperform. Since hiring a coach for around two years, I’ve earned more than $1.5 million in return on investment.

    • I’m intrigued by your experience. Could you possibly recommend a trustworthy advisor you’ve consulted with?

    • My Financial Consultant is Helene Claire Johnson. I found her on a Kiyosaki interview where she was featured and reached out to her afterwards. She has since provided entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can run a quick online search with her name if you care for supervision. I basically follow her market moves and haven’t regretted doing so.

    • Thanks, 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.

  3. Investors have just turned back the clock on the Fed’s tightening campaign and cast aside the Fed fears that ruled them for 15 months. I’ve been trying to grow my portfolio of $300K for sometime now, I would greatly appreciate any suggestions.

    • Concentrate on two main objectives. First, keep yourself safe by knowing when to sell stocks in order to limit losses and maximize gains. Second, get ready to benefit from market changes. I advise consulting a CFP or other professional for advice.

    • Picking stocks is a risky thing to do, particularly for non-professionals. I learnt that in 2020, when I lost almost everything. But I switched to using a financial advisor and I’ve been returning at least $38k every month so I’ve been sticking to investing via an Advisor.

    • Interesting! Been looking to switch to an advisor for a while now. Any help pointing me to who your advisor is?

    • Having a good FA is essential for portf0lio diversification. My advis0r is *Sharon Louise Count* who is easily searchable and has extensive knowledge of the financial markets.

    • Found her online page by searching her full name, I wrote her an email and scheduled a call, hopefully she responds

  4. I’ve been purchasing stocks since the beginning of the year, but nothing has changed. However, I’ve been reading articles about people who are still in the same market who have made over $350,000 in just a few months. What am I doing incorrectly?

    • 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 diversified my $400K portfolio across multiple market with the aid of an investment advisor, I have been able to generate over $900k in net profit across high dividend yield stocks, ETF and bonds in few months.

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

    • You can do your research and be on the lookout for one with intelligent strategies who’ll help your portfolio maintain an unwavering and a progressive growth. Elise Marie Terry is my advisor. She has the Flexibility & Expertise to Meet Your Needs. Verify her yourself

    • @@ThomasHeintz 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 résumé.

  5. I just sold a property in Portland and I’m thinking to put the cash in stocks, I know everyone is saying its ripe enough, but Is this a good time to buy stocks? How long until a full recovery? How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I’m really just confused at this point.

    • You would be doing yourself a favor if you read some of the best books on the subjects, books by experts that have stood the test of time. YT is not the place to get a sound education. It’s just good for adding on to what you already know. Here are a few titles to get you started.
      William O’Neil, How To Make Money in Stocks
      Benjamin Graham, The Intelligent Investor
      David & Tom Gardner, The Motley Fool Investment Guide
      If you find math in these books that worries you, don’t let it. Just try to grasp the concepts. Once you have the concepts the math can be dealt with later.

    • you got to look for the right stocks, stables companies with very good gov, relationships and that pays you good dividends plus potential stock growing. Good look !!

  6. When I see stocks fall below their fair value with some margin of safety, I buy. The last 2-3 months have been one hell of a shopping spree for me. I have literally like $2000 cash investment left. I’ll probably miss a few times in the next few months, but who cares as long as I have value?

    • You also have to look at the balance of your portfolio too. Not be over invested in one stock, I have made that mistake too but I fluke a good result! Never again, but I have a much bigger pot now.

    • You inspire me, I’ve only just started over the last couple of months. I’ve been doing plenty of research. In fact I’m really enjoying the aspect of learning and researching. $761k is a milestone, what’s your approach?

    • Thanks, I just googled her full name 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 call.

  7. Newbies need to learn the ropes, know how much risk they can handle and diversify their portfolio. Some folks get help from money experts or do their homework before making investment moves. It’s all about being smart with your funds.

    • Investing your money is a good move, especially if you have a dependable plan that can steer you towards profitable days ahead. A mentor will be the best. The returns are guaranteed .

    • Thanks, I just googled Stacey Lee Decker and I’m really impressed with her credentials. I reached out to her since I need all the assistance I can get.

    • Yes, 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. Thank you

  8. With a rate decision coming off fresh inflation data that showed an uptick in prices for the second month in a row. As well, the automakers strike, yet my portfolio keeps dwindling. How do I take advantage of the market to save my declining portfolio

    • There are a lot of strategies to make tongue wetting profit especially in a down market, but such sophisticated trades can only be carried out by proper market experts.

    • That’s true, Speaking with a consultant helped me stay afloat in the market and grow my portfolio to about 65% since January, , and in just a few months, I was able to earn over $950K in net profit from high dividend yielding stocks

  9. Is this a good time to buy stocks? I know everyone is saying stocks are at a discount and all, but just how long will It take for us to recover, obviously there are strategies to maneuver in this present market but these strategies doesn’t come common to the average folk, or am I better off putting my money elsewhere?

    • If there’s one thing about the market, it’s that it always recovers, but I can’t seem to focus on the long-run, major factors at play like my retirement and my reserve laying waste to inflation. I need a solid data trajectory and solution asap

    • The uncertainties accompanying this present market is more reasons I have my daily investment decisions guided by a portfolio-coach seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time, both employing profit-oriented strategy and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downtrends, coupled with the exclusive information/analysis, it’s quite impossible not to outperform. Netted over $1.5m in return on investment, since using a coach for about 2years.

    • I see no other way to maneuver, profit and steer off losses in this present market except with the aid of a coach.

    • Do you consider anyone worthy for recommendations? I have money set asides to taste the waters now that stocks are at a discount, well it’s either that or inflation.

    • Lisa Ann Moberly is the inv-coach I work with, I watched her in CNBC after which I made the decision to reach out to her, it was a life changing move, you could do your research she has a web presence and very much accessible to the public.

  10. The thing to me is, if you invest and have other income outside of dividends then you will be able to live off dividends without selling. Which means you can pass that on to your kids which will give them a leg up in life. $150k dividends received in 2023.

    • I completely agree! That is why it is recommended that you invest while still working or earning a regular income, and that you do so on a consistent basis. Even if you’re investing, you still need something to keep you going. The key is good financial planning and money management.

    • Having an advisor is the smartest approach in today’s market, especially for those nearing retirement. I personally gained over $670K during this market downturn, which highlighted that there’s valuable insight the average individual may not be aware of.

    • 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+

    • One of my goals is to employ the service of one this year. I’ve seen some off LinkedIn but wasn’t able to get a response. Could you recommend who it is you work with?

    • Rachel Sarah Parrish 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.

  11. I would think that a major benefit of dividend investing is that calculating portfolio size needed is not relevant. We don’t care about the value of the portfolio. We care about the sustainable income it pays. As you invest you can gradually see the income rise as you invest more and pull the retirement trigger when it’s high enough regardless of the market sentiment.

    • by calculating how much additional income the contributions produce and estimating how that income rises. the capital value will fluctuate up and down over time so the amount of income new additions give you varies. so capital value being high with a market yielding 2% is no worse for retirement than the same portfolio at a different timepoints where the capital value is half and so the yield is 4%. so long as the yield is sustainable in real terms the capital value being half does not matter. its the same income stream at a different moment of low market sentiment vs high market sentiment.

    • Although there are many of chances in the financial markets, I’ve learnt enough over the previous few years to be skeptical about that. Knowing where to focus is crucial. When I started properly monitoring my investments, I started to amass riches. The importance of professional mentoring cannot be understated. Without the right coaching, people are more likely to make errors and lose money.

    • Who is the professional who is advising you, if you could perhaps tell us? As a novice investing in stocks without the correct direction of a professional, I have lost a lot of money.

    • Carol Vivian Constable is the licensed advisor I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

  12. I’m in my 50s and I’m more interested in investments that could set me up for retirement , I mean I’ve heard of people that netted hundreds of thousands during these crash, I listened to someone on a podcast who earned over $650K in less than a year, what’s the strategy behind such returns?

    • Yes. It is very easy to buy in on trending stocks but the problem is knowing when to sell or hold, which is why a coach is important. I’ve been in touch with one for about a year now and although I was initially skeptical about it, I will say I’ve made more progress within a year generating 6figure profit

    • Thank you for this tip, MEGHAN MAUREEN appears to be quite knowledgeable. After coming across her online page, I thoroughly went through her resume and I must say, it was quite impressive. I reached out to her, and I have booked a session with her.

    • How can one find a verifiable financial planner? I would not mind looking up the professional that helped you. I will be retiring in two years and I might need some management on my much larger portfolio. Don’t want to take any chances.

    • MEGHAN MAUREEN KRISTENSEN 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..

  13. I have been a dividend focused investor for a long time. This does not mean I don’t own growth stocks, I do. A well rounded portfolio should be a mixture of both categories. One way to minimize the anxiety out of stock market investing, is to make sure you keep a large cash cushion. I invest in the market, but never put all my money in market.

    • Dividends are dope. Personally, I sometimes use my dividends to buy other dividend and growth stocks for diversification instead of reinvesting in the same stock. To each their own methods though. The good thing is that you’re investing in the first place and that’s what’s important.

    • I agree. Based on personal experience working with an investment advisor, I currently have $1m in a well-diversified portfolio that has experienced exponential growth. It’s not only about having money to invest in stocks, but you also need to be knowledgeable, persistent, and have strong hands to back it up.

    • 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?.

    • Rachel Sarah Parrish 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.

    • She appears to be well-educated and well-read. I ran an online search on her name and came across her website; thank you for sharing.

  14. 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.

    • Mind if I ask you recommend this particular professional you use their service? i have quite a lot of marketing problems

    • There are several independent advisors you could research. However, I have been working with “Amber Dawn Brummit” for almost four years, and we get along great. If she appeals to your judgement, you could continue with her. I support her.

    • Thank you! I entered her full name into my browser, and her website came out on top. I filled her form and i hope she gets back to me soon.

  15. I started investing because I liked the extra money from stock dividends. The key, in my opinion, is to make enough money through both investing and dividends, so you can live off the dividends without selling anything. This way, you might pass on this financial advantage to your kids. I’ve put more than $600K into dividend stocks over the years, and I’m still buying more, planning to keep going until prices drop more.

    • Hearing from an experienced investor who has survived the crisis and prospered is always comforting. It could be worrisome when your portfolio goes from green to red, but if you have invested in strong firms, you should just keep growing them and stick to your goal.

    • I wholeheartedly concur, which is why I appreciate giving an investment coach the power of decision-making. Given their specialized expertise and education, as well as the fact that each and every one of their skills is centered on harnessing risk for its asymmetrical potential and controlling it as a buffer against certain unfavorable developments, it is practically impossible for them to underperform. I have made over 1.5 million dollars working with an investment coach for more than two years.

    • Sonya lee Mitchell is the manager I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to set up an appointment.

  16. Given the current uncertain circumstances, it’s crucial to grasp effective financial management, prudent investing, and adeptly maneuvering through economic downturns. However, my main focus revolves around boosting my stagnant reserve of $240k, which has remained idle for far too long with minimal to no growth. While I’m committed to the long-term approach, the erosion of my savings due to inflation and the daily depreciation of my portfolio demand immediate attention and a solution.

    • The present market conditions could offer chances to enhance earnings quickly, yet to implement such a plan, expertise is essential.

    • The significance of advisors often goes unrecognized until emotions cloud judgment. I remember a couple of summers ago, during a challenging divorce, when I needed significant assistance to sustain my business. Turning to licensed advisors, I discovered someone highly qualified. Despite inflation, she played a crucial role in boosting my reserves from $275k to $850k.

    • What strategies can I employ to pursue this opportunity? I am wholeheartedly dedicated to securing my financial future and am enthusiastic about getting involved.

    • ‘Laurelyn Gross Pohlmeier’ is the licensed advisor I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

    • I conducted an online search for her complete name and located her page. I sent an email and arranged a meeting with her; now, I wait in anticipation for her response.

  17. 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.

  18. I feel investors should be focusing on under-the-radar stocks, and considering the current rollercoaster nature of the stock market, Because 35% of my $270k portfolio comprises of plummeting stocks which were once revered and i don’t know where to go here out of devastation.

    • 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

    • 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.

    • ‘Rachel Sarah Parrish, is respected in her field. I suggest delving deeper into her credentials, as she possesses experience and serves as a valuable asset.

    • She looks to be well-educated and well-read. I ran an online search on her name and came across her website; thank you for sharing.

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