The Easiest Way To Invest For Dividends

Written by The Money Lab Team on January 21st, 2016

The Easiest Way To Invest For Dividends

Imagine being able to invest in every decent dividend paying stock?

You’d be covered by the big dividend payers, and you’d also be able to nab the up ‘n comers who could give you some serious growth.

Practically though, not everyone can afford to simply lump EVERY decent dividend paying stock into their portfolios.

There’s the time it takes to do so, analysis that needs to be done, not to mention the numerous costs involved…

But what if I told you there was a way you could invest in the most solid JSE dividend paying stocks, all in one simple step?

Without the nuisance of analyzing and searching for individual stocks…

 

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The Lazy Mans Way To Dividend Profits


You can make all this happen with an instrument called an ETF (otherwise known as an Exchange Traded Fund).

ETFs are basically baskets of stocks.

They’re a collection of specific types of stocks within an index or on the market.

And by putting your money into that ETF you’re exposing yourself to the specific collection of stocks that make up that ETF ‘basket’.

And this is exactly what makes ETFs so exciting!

ETFs are similar to unit trusts however they naturally differ in a few ways.

You can purchase or sell your ETFs during market hours, this is not the case for Unit Trusts. 

And when taking costs into account, ETFs can work out a lot cheaper in the long run. 

So, how are you going to use an ETF to invest in all the JSE’s best dividend paying stocks?


The Dividend ETF You Need To Make This Happen


If you’re on the hunt for a dividend ETF, there’s one option you can look at.

It’s called the Satrix Divi Plus, and it basically mirrors the the Dividend Index.

It invests in a mix of Top 40 dividend paying stocks, and a few mid caps as well. 

And the best part is that if you own this ETF, you get paid a dividend on a quarterly basis (after costs of course).

Take a look at how this ETF has performed...

 

The Satrix DIVI Plus 5 Year Chart

Satrix Divi ETF 5 Year Chart


The ETF currently invests in:

  • Financials: 37.01%
  • Consumer Services: 18.41%
  • Basic Materials: 12.99%
  • Telecommunications: 11.89%
  • Industrials: 8.460000000000001%
  • Consumer Goods: 8.359999999999999%
  • Health Care: 2.88%

If you’d like more information on the ETF, and the precise stocks in the ETF simply click here for more.


 

How To Profit From The JSE's Best Dividend Stocks In One Simple Step

 

Don’t spend countless hours analyzing single stocks.

Let alone paying for each separate one every time you get in and out of them!

If you’re looking for the lazy investors way to profitably invest for dividends, then the Satrix Divi Plus could be for you.

With it you get access to solid dividend paying shares within the banking, telecoms, industrial, consumer goods, and healthcare sectors!

All with one simple little tool.

With the Satrix Divi Plus you can profit from the best dividend paying stocks in South Africa in one simple step!

Until then, here’s to profitable investing. 

The Money Lab Team

PS: There are of course more than just this one ETF that can offer you this. For example, another you can look at is the CoreShares DivTrax ETF. You can find out more about this ETF right here