Want to learn to invest $25,000 dollars (twenty five thousand dollars) in the stock market? Want to build a robust dividend stock portfolio, one that generates an increasing stream of passive income that could eventually cover your living expenses? Want to learn how to put your $25,000 to work, so it generates a perpetual stream of cash flow via dividend stocks? Today’s video explores these very topics and more. Here’s what you’ll learn:
* Getting started in the stock market with $25,000.
* Why dividend growth investing is great way to invest $25,000 dollars for passive income and cash flow.
* How to build a dividend stock portfolio.
* Learn which industries I would target for my first five stocks. (And, learn the three industries that are the absolute foundation of all great dividend stock portfolios, in my opinion.)
* Learn how to avoid costly mistakes with your $25,000 investment. Learn which industries I would absolutely avoid. I actually spend the majority of this video illustrating exactly what I would personally avoid. In the world of dividend investing (and stock market investing overall), it’s often about avoiding bad decisions (even more than making good ones).
* Find out how I would leverage dividend reinvestment plans (also known as DRIPs).
* Learn why I would reinvest all dividends in the early years.
* Learn why I would build up a cash buffer, especially in 2017, since it would be tempting to tap into my $25,000 during bad times.
* Find out how I would stagger my investments (one stock per month).
* Find out why I would mix stocks of various market capitalizations.
Today’s video builds on my other recent videos about investing $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 dollars. You may want to check out those videos as well. Following are the links.
How To Invest $1,000 Dollars:
How To Invest $5,000 Dollars:
How To Invest $10,000 Dollars:
Disclaimer: I’m not a licensed investment advisor, and today’s video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions.
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