If you want to receive passive income in the form of dividends, here's how you can learn to do it.

Dividend investing is sexy. It is also one of the easiest forms of investing, as you simply need to identify good dividend-paying companies and assess the sustainability of the dividends for the years to come.

It requires less work than value or growth investing, and seeing the money flow into your account on a regular basis certainly feels shiok. 

As long as you learn how to avoid the dividend traps, that is.

With income investing, you basically invest in companies that already have the financial ability to pay you consistent dividends year after year after year.

It doesn’t matter if the company doesn’t grow as fast as you like, or fails to meet earnings estimates, or temporarily falls in stock price...because you're still getting paid.

And unlike investors who are looking to double their investments in 3-5 years, income (or dividend) investors are happy netting a 5% to 15% p.a. in cash back from their stocks.

But why stop there? Go one step further and learn how to identify stocks that give you BOTH dividends AND capital appreciation over time.

The simplified steps would be to

  1. Learn how to do dividend investing
  2. Create a watchlist of stocks, and buy at opportune moments
  3. Monitor + collect dividends + be grateful!
But the hard work is in step 1, where you'll have to learn stuff like 

Because we're in Singapore, you can't miss out on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) either, as they provide substantial yield on a recurring basis to those who know how to tap on them. But even though we also invest in REITs for dividends, analysing REITs are an entirely different ball game from other dividend stocks. You've got to consider factors like the REIT's sponsor, management, cost of debt, and more.

If that's confusing you, don't worry. There's an easier way out.

Designed by the legendary investors who run The Fifth Person, Dividend Machines is their most popular course, and which I first signed up for back in 2015. It has had a significant impact on how I do my dividend investing, and I highly recommend it to anyone who's looking to build a dividend portfolio of their own.

Because it is a lifetime membership, my one-time payment back then has allowed me to constantly go back for revision and keep up with the course updates for free.

The good news is, Dividend Machines is now back for its 2021 intake and you have 7 more days to register before it closes.

If you miss this year's intake, you'll have to wait until 2022 again.

As many of you long-time readers would know, I don't recommend courses readily - so when I do, it speaks volume about the quality. This is a course I paid for with my own money all the way back from 2015, and have no regrets.

The best part is, you even get a money-back guarantee. But I doubt you'll use it, because there's hardly any reason to not like this course, especially when you consider how much value and free tools / freebies they're giving to all members together with your lifetime access.

With love,
Budget Babe