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The Fastest Way You Can Live Off Dividends! ($2900 / month)

The Fastest Way You Can Live Off Dividends! ($2900 month)

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  1. 💰If you enjoyed the video, don’t forget to subscribe and let me know your thoughts on the topic in the comments!

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    • Question what if a person wants to earn both monthly dividends and also quarterly dividend payout to like $10k a month and $15k quarterly wouldn’t that be a better strategy

    • Sadly it looks like your best option is muting video comments. Even the few legit comments get spam investor guide scams

    • ​@andrewmorales5485
      Yes! MUCH BETTER!!!

      Who wouldn’t want a $180,000 yearly income from dividends!

      Now, please explain how you’re going to achieve this Magnificent return?

      At 4%, that’s a $5 Million Investment.

      I can’t wait to hear your plan

      Ty

  2. You work for 40yrs to have $1m in your retirement, Meanwhile some people are putting just $10k in a meme coin for just few months and now they are multi millionaires. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

  3. I like investing in close-end funds that pay monthly dividends. The trick is to hold long term and reinvest the monthly dividends plus buy more shares on a monthly basis or when ever you can afford to. This can be easily done because close-end funds are bought and sold on the stock market just like regular stock. That’d be enough to create a portfolio that would pay you between $50k to $70k in dividend income

    • 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

    • I completely agree; I am 60 years old, recently retired, and have approximately $1,250,000 in external retirement funds. I am debt free and have very little money in retirement funds compared to the total value of my portfolio over the past three years. To be honest, having a portfolio-advisor for investing is genius!

    • ​ *@donaldsimeon* That does make a lot of sense, unlike us, you seem to have the Market figured out. Who is this consultant?

    • Gertrude Margaret Quinto, 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.

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

  4. As a venture capitalist, I usually ponder how top notch investors are able to become millionaires off investing. . I’ve been sitting on over $570K 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?.

  5. Hi! I’m excited to be here in your channel and I’m interested in learning more about investing and saving up for my retirement but am a little confused about the whole process. Any advice or tips to get me started up would be greatly appreciated.

    • Most people either do not understand the power of compound interest, or are just impatient. For the average Joe, however. I think it is just best to invest in the S&P 500, and just wait, which is reliable, albeit extremely long-lots of years. Or just use a professional analyst and speed up wealth creation. Most people underestimate the power of the latter

    • You’re absolutely right about the power of compound interest and the long-term potential of investing in index funds like the S&P 500. For many, passive investing in broadly diversified funds can be a reliable strategy over time.

    • Employing a professional financial analyst or advisor can certainly add value by offering tailored advice, portfolio diversification, risk management, and timely insights. Their expertise can potentially speed up wealth creation and navigate market complexities, but it’s important to choose someone reputable and consider their fees, as they can impact your overall returns.

    • 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

    • I’m actually interested in this idea of investing through an analyst. Sounds like the most sensible thing to do in the market right now. Could you give me a pointer to who you work with, please?

  6. Absolutely, making informed and thoughtful decisions when it comes to finances is crucial. Whether it’s budgeting, investing, or managing debt, having a plan and taking the right steps can lead to financial security and success.

    • Well the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward and such impeccable decisions are better guided by professionals

    • Yes true, I have been in touch with a financial 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.

    • @SherillBolerjackThere are a lot of independent advisors you might look into. But i work with Nicole Anastasia Plumlee and she is excellent. You could proceed with her if she satisfies your discretion. I endorse her

    • @@HelenHoltman Thank you for sharing information about your financial consultant. I plan to research her and reach out. I’ve come to understand that relying solely on YouTube videos and trying to manage my finances independently hasn’t been very effective.

  7. 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 true, 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.

    • Please who is the consultant that assist you with your investment and if you don’t mind, how do I get in touch if you don’t mind

    • Sonya lee Mitchell 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.

  8. I started investing in dividends with my taxable account. I used the hold strategy in my Roth, adding some Berkshire B stock, SCHD, and an S&P 500 and total market exchange-traded fund.

    • At the time I started investing last year, I avoided significant mistakes. I’ve focused on investing modest sums in stable businesses for the long term. If stocks perform well, I hold onto them; otherwise, I reinvest losses into profits. Recently, I made $9.5k from a $4k investment in NVIDIA.

    • indeed, a good number of people discredit the effectiveness of financial advisor, but over the past 10years, I’ve had a financial advisor consistently restructure and diversify my portfolio/expenses and I’ve made over $3million in gains… might not be a lot but i’m financially secure and that’s fine by me.

    • Please who is the consultant that assists you with your investment and if you don’t mind, how do I get in touch if you don’t mind

    • Sonya lee Mitchell 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 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.

  9. I believe investors should focus on under-the-radar stocks, especially given the present rollercoaster nature of the stock market. 35% of my $270,000 portfolio consists of collapsing stocks that were previously respected, and I don’t know where to go from here.

    • Safest approach i feel to tackle it is to diversify investments. By spreading investments across different asset classes, like bonds, real estate, and international stocks, they can reduce the impact of a market meltdown. its important to seek the guidance of an expert

    • A lot of folks downplay the role of advisors 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.

    • @@Rosie_A_Fentress 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?

    • @@_LauraRowley Rebecca Charlotte Craig 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.

    • @@_LauraRowley
      Rebecca Charlotte Craig 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.

  10. I agree that many people are considering NVDA as the “Stock of the year.” However, I’m curious about which stocks could potentially become the next META in terms of growth over the next decade. I’ve allocated $200k for investment, aiming to retire comfortably.

    • I think the next big thing will be A.I. For enduring growth akin to META, it’s vital to avoid impulsive decisions driven by short-term fluctuations. Prioritize patience and a long-term perspective most importantly consider financial advisory for informed buying and selling decisions.

    • Facing a similar situation, I sought advice from an invęstment advisęr. Through portfolio restructuring and diversification with good ETFs, S&P 500 and growth stocks, I’ve turned my portfolio around from $200k to over $800k in a few years.

    • Glad to have stumbled on this conversation. Please can you leave the info of your investment advisor here? I’m in dire need for one.

    • 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.

  11. I’ve just completed the sale of a property located in Portland and I’m considering reallocating the resulting funds into the stock market. Despite prevailing sentiments regarding its readiness, I’m unsure about the timing of stock purchases. How long until we witness a full market recovery? Furthermore, I’m puzzled by the methods allowing others in the same market to achieve gains surpassing $200k within months.

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

    • Undeniably factual. Despite my absence of prior investing acumen, I ventured into investments pre-pandemic and managed to amass a profit of about $450k within that year. Essentially, I solely relied on professional counsel.

    • Lately, I’ve been researching advisors, but the market updates I’ve encountered haven’t been very positive. Who’s your guide?

    • ‘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 searched for her complete name on the internet and located her page. I then sent an email and scheduled a meeting to converse with her; now, I’m awaiting her response.

  12. 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. Salute for the content!

    • 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?.

    • She goes by ‘’Rachel Sarah Parrish” I suggest you look her up. To be honest, I almost didn’t buy the idea of letting someone handle growing my finance, but so glad I did.

    • I appreciate it. After searching her name online and reviewing her credentials, I’m quite impressed. I’ve contacted her as I could use all the help I can get. A call has been scheduled.

  13. 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.

    • Yes, I’ve been in constant touch with a Financial Analyst for approximately 8 months. You know, these days it’s really easy to buy into trending stocks, but the task is determining when to sell or keep. That’s where my manager comes in, to help me with entry and exit points in the industries I’m engaged in. Can’t say I regret it, I’m 40% up in profits just in 5months with my initial capital of $160k.

    • 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.

    • I really don’t like making such recommendations, because everybody’s situation is unique. But there are many freelance advisors you could check out. We have been working with ’MICHELE KATHERINE SINGH , and she’s really, really good. If she meets your discretion, then you could go ahead with her. I endorse her.

    • I really don’t like making such recommendations, because everybody’s situation is unique. But there are many freelance advisors you could check out. I have been working with ’MICHELE KATHERINE SINGH , and she’s really, really good. If she meets your discretion, then you could go ahead with her. I endorse her.

  14. The only American who won’t acknowledge this Administration’s failed economic policies is Joe Biden. “Shrink-flation’ is the least of our worries compared to rising rents and stagnant wages, but it is an undeniable indicator of how bad our inflation has gotten. I have $100k that i like to invest in a non-retirement account, any advice on that?

    • I would avoid index funds, mutual funds, and specific stocks for the time being. Right now, the best option is a fixed income of five percent. Put money aside for the times when the market really starts to bounce back. most importantly consider financial advisory for informed buying and selling decisions.

    • 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.

    • 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..

    • 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.

  15. I’ve invested primarily in dividends for a very long time. This is not to say that I do not own growth stocks—I do. A well-rounded portfolio has to include elements from both areas. Maintaining a sizable cash cushion is one technique to reduce the stress associated with stock market trading. Although I invest in the market, I never use all of my funds there.

    • Instead of reinvesting in the same stock, I occasionally utilize my dividends to purchase additional income and growth stocks for diversification. But to each their own ways. What matters is that you’re investing in the first place, which is a positive thing.

    • 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.

    • 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

    • Monica Shawn Marti 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.

    • Thank you so much for your helpful tip! I was able to verify the person and book a call session with her. She seems very proficient and I’m really grateful for your guidance

  16. I typically invest half my income in stocks monthly and hold for at least five years. However, my portfolio recently experienced a significant loss of around $150k. What should I do?

    • Seek stocks with a history of steady, increasing dividends over years or decades, resilient even during recessions. Consulting a certified market strategist can offer valuable guidance on maximizing dividend gains or income.

    • No doubt, having the right plan is invaluable, my portfolio is well-matched for every season of the market and recently hit 100% rise from early last year. I and my CFP are working on a 7 figure ballpark goal, tho this could take till Q3 2024.

    • Can you share details of your advisor? I want to invest my increased cash flow in stocks and alternative assets to achieve financial goals.

    • Kristin Amy Rose 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.

  17. I’m favoured, $27K every week! I can now give back to the locals in my community and also support God works and the church. God bless America.

    • As a beginner investor, it’s essential for you to have a mentor to keep you accountable. Myself, I’m guided by Anna Davis. A widely known crypto consultant

    • I know this lady you just mentioned. She’s really good with and on her job. She’s helped a couple of families and individuals’ finances

    • She is really a good investment advisor.
      I was privileged to attend some of her seminars, that’s how I started my crypto investment

  18. I want to invest $400k in profit-yielding dividend shares but am not sure which to buy into because dividend-paying stocks don’t give rapid price growth and can provide a steady income stream.

    • Remember that investing in the stock market carries risks, and it’s important to do your own research and consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

    • With the help of an investing advisor, I diversified my $400K portfolio across markets, and I was able to earn over $900k in net profit from high dividend yielding equities, ETFs, and bonds.

    • Very true. With the help of an investment advisor, I was able to diversify my $550K portfolio across multiple markets, and in just a few months, I was able to earn over $950K in net profit from high dividend yielding stocks, ETFs, and bonds.

    • Agreed, instead of panic or following a hearsay, I simply adopted the service of an advisor early 2020 amid covid-outbreak, and so far, I’ve attained my most measurable financial milestone of $650k after subsequent investments.

    • Agreed. It’s always wise to be proactive and consider diversifying our investments to manage risks in uncertain economic times. I delegate my day-to-day investing to an advisor ever since suffering a major steep-down late 2019, amid rona-outbreak, and as of today, I’m semi-retired with barely 25% short of my $1m retirement goal after subsequent investments

  19. 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. $52k dividends received in 2022.

    • I agree! That’s why it is advisable that you have to invest while you still have a regular job or earning a regular income, and do it constantly. You still need to have something that will keep you going even if you’re investing. Good financial planning and money allocation is the key.

    • The best course of action if you lack market knowledge is to ask a consultant or investing coach for guidance or assistance. Speaking with a consultant helped me stay afloat in the market and grow my portfolio to about 65% since January, even though I know it sounds obvious or generic. I believe that is the most effective way to enter the business at the moment.

    • please who is the consultant that assist you with your investment and if you don’t mind, how do I get in touch with them?

    • When ‘Carol Vivian Constable’ is trading, there’s no nonsense and no excuses. She wins the trade and you win. Take the loss, I promise she’ll take one with you.

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

  20. Amazing video, A friend of mine referred me to a financial adviser sometime ago and we got to talking about investment and money. I started investing with $150k and in the first 2 months, my portfolio was reading $274,800. Crazy right!, I decided to reinvest my profit and get more interesting. For over a year we have been working together making consistent profit just bought my second home 2 weeks ago and care for my family.

    • Hi. I’ve been forced to find additional sources of income as I got retrenched. I barely have time to continue trading and watch my investments since I had my second child. Do you think I should take a break for a while from the market and focus on other things or return whenever I have free time or is it a continuous process? Thanks

    • @@patience-hs However, if you do not have access to a professional like JUDITH ANN PEACE, quitting your job to focus on trading may not be the best approach. It is important to consider all options and seek guidance from reliable sources before making any major decisions. Consulting with an AI or using automated trading systems can also be helpful in managing investments while balancing other commitments

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