So what is an acceptable amount of annual growth in your portfolio when dividend stocks are your main investment choice? 2%? 4%? 10-15% When your compounded returns get to a certain point upward do you start to panic? That brings us back to the topic of today. How much portfolio growth is right for you? We have been conditioned from grade school to think in annual returns when buying a car or a house. Even paying on loans and credit cards we are programmed to think annually.
Our work and/or our professional life schedules us to think weekly and monthly so why not change our thinking of investing to meet up with our work schedule? What would be the difference in your portfolio if you changed your thought processes to invest for monthly or weekly returns.
If you are currently gaining 5 -10% annually with your current strategy, a few minor adjustments in your thinking and implementing an older trading strategy you can now be receiving 20-40% annual returns. Dividend Capturing is a simple strategy that does just that, investing for weekly and monthly returns. There is no need to hold onto a stock for the whole year in order to collect the dividend so why not buy... collect dividend... resell for profit then move on to the next dividend stock and repeat the process. Once you implement this 400 year old trading strategy your whole outlook toward investing will change dramatically. Not only will your outlook change on dividend investing but also your returns will escalate exponentially.