In the 2015 financial year, the RBA reports that Australian companies paid out $78 billion in dividends to shareholders.
Trading style. It’s at the core of every trader. And it’s a personal thing. There’s no single best style.
Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, issued a warning at the G7 meeting. The G7 is a meeting between the world’s major economies.
The more property investors you have in a market, the harder it is for property values to go up. This might seem strange at first.
There is one way to participate in those dividends without having to hold on to the shares throughout the year — it’s called dividend stripping.
It’s the stories about finding success — often after many failures — that inspire me. These remind me what’s possible when we really want something.
If total market profits fall further than dividend payouts, the ratio will increase. That’s part of what happened in 2008 and 2009.
If you’re somebody relying on your savings to help fund your retirement, you don’t need anyone to tell you the impact of the latest interest rate cut.
I designed a test to see which strategy makes more money — selling half, or holding on. Let me tell you a bit about it.
The ASX 200 is trading at a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 16 times. P/E ratio is just the market price of a share divided by earnings per share (EPS).