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Passive Income: How To Make $100 Per Day With Dividends

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Anytime you buy a stock – that entitles you to a small portion of that companies profits…and, SOMETIMES, those profits are distributed to you on a regular basis in the form of a DIVIDEND.


ONE, you’re INSULATED from the stock market.
For the most part, you KNOW that you’ll get that VERY same dividend payment – in the exact same amount – regardless if your stock trades for $20 or $40…and, for someone who’s expecting consistent cashflow, this helps smooth out the fluctuations in the market.

Second, Dividend Payments have been LESS VOLATILE than Stock Prices.
For example, the Simply Safe Dividends blog found that – from 1900 through 2018 – dividend payments remained fairly constant, with an average variance of +/- 10% during market downturns.

Third, throughout Recessions – Dividend payments sometimes INCREASE.
As Simply Safe Dividends points out, “in three of the above recessions…dividends paid to investors actually increased, including a 46% jump during the first recession following WW Two.”

Fourth – Dividend stocks have been shown to provide a comparable return to the overall market.
Fidelity found that dividends accounted for 54% of market returns during times when inflation was above 5%.


FIRST, Dividends are not guaranteed.
Even though companies generally try to avoid cutting or reducing dividend payments…this DOES happen, and because dividends are often a reflection of a company’s PROFITS – in the event of a downturn, they may chose to turn off the money-facet until conditions improve.

SECOND, Dividend payouts mean NOTHING when the company itself declines in value.
In this case…earning 5% annually might actually LOSE YOU MONEY when the STOCK ITSELF declines 30%. Now, SURE – there’s a chance the price recovers while you sit back and collect all that extra cashflow…but, there’s a chance this DOESN’T happen…and, that needs to be considered.

THIRD…Even though there CAN BE some Tax Advantages…there CAN ALSO be some disadvantages.

And FOURTH – Dividends might be flat out “irrelevant.”
Two well-known economists argued that a company’s dividend didn’t matter – AT ALL – because it has little to no effect on the price of a stock or its cost of capital.

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24 thoughts on “Passive Income: How To Make $100 Per Day With Dividends

  • We miss these kind of videos this was the root of what made ya blow up think you can make more around dividends and stocks ?

  • "Chevron pays 3.6%, so for every 1000 dollars you invest you'll get a free 36 dollars deposited into your account on a regular basis. "… It's per year.. That's not a regular basis, lol.

  • Good video but the picture of the kitten was too quick

  • That was a hole lot of info in one Vid.

  • Nice video, more opportunities awaiting on DeFi space with Grizzly project

  • Graham I like you channel but only One of these is even remotely realistic. Who clicks on a Video about how to make $100 dollars Has enough to invest in real estate or has enough money to make 100$ in dividends

  • Graham do you recommend any specific website for getting started with investing and growing dividends? Thanks sir

  • Great video bro question…so if you've registered or already in the s&p 500 wouldn't you already be obligated to receive dividends from which ever companies are giving them?

  • FDIC insured seems to be a term no one follows. Probably not a great idea to advertise that unless it’s a known and trustworthy brand

  • why doesn't someone make a stock people could invest in with cash app to pay low middle class folks like me myself and I?

  • can I invest in a high payout dividend stock with my money in cash app?

  • Portfolios focusing on high dividend yielding value stocks are one of the best retirement strategies for average working people. Great content

  • What if an investor invevests in multiple companies that have a 3% yield return would take over a million to get $100 a day
    How did you calculate those numbers at 11:15
    I am investing $3000 a month into stocks both dividends and growth stocks I am hoping to be able to build my dividends to help me reduce my working hours at my job and invest in other areas
    If someone could help me to calculate

  • Dividends are what got me into investing in the stock market. 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. Have over $600K in my portfolio as I bought a lot of dividend stocks before, I'm buying more now, and I will buy more when it drops further.

  • Never listen to a Youtuber with a lambo put at the background

  • I still don't understand. Idk. Maybe I'm dumb but I don't have thousands of dollars to gamble. I feel like this is what I gathered from this video. You need money to make money. 🙁

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