My Portfolio for BIG Dividends – ETFs | Best Investments Series

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30 thoughts on “My Portfolio for BIG Dividends – ETFs | Best Investments Series”

  1. Do you think it is a good moment to add some gold ETF like "ETFS Physical Swiss Gold" specially for those of us who live in Europe? I'm worried about the EURUSD because of brexit and the FED increasing interest rates. (I'm totally new in this investments world and I find your videos very informative, they make me read a lot about the concepts you mention 🙂 Time to get some book)

  2. Great video! Jimmy – Do you recommend this type of portfolio for someone in their late 30s or early 40s that has $100K capital now and would like to grow it enough so that when you reach 60 or 65 years old (20-25 years later) you are able to live from withdrawing the dividends (stop reinvesting into the etf). Appreciate your thoughts.

  3. What about an ETN portfolio? USOI, REML, MLTI, AMJL, SLVO, & GLDI. These are Credit Suisse ETNS? BOLD and get your return on investment in 5-6 years. Taking those dividends to reinvest in mutual funds and ETFs portfolio.

  4. The concern that I have is that TLT has a 17.8 duration factor. If interest rates go up 1%, you lose 17.8% of your market value in TLT. Would you not be better off in a LT corporate bond position? Interest rate increases would have a muted effect. Thoughts?

  5. I have been following your channel for a long time and have learned very much from each video. But i still want to ask you if you could do this same video but with UCITS ETF's for your fanbase in Europe?

  6. Would you consider to take up debt to beef up the total return of the portfolio? Would be great to see a video what your opinion is on a levered dividend portfolio in this interest environment.

  7. why is amlp a good buy? looking at the chart, you would have made nothing over the last 5 years..
    does one have to file a k1 with amlp? i hold another LP, FUN, that im looking forward to dealing with during tax time 🙂
    than you for the vids. you are doing a great job.

  8. Discovered you today and just subscribed. You are amazing. I love all your analytics and the way you describe everything. Your delivery is great too. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. You’ve made my morning

  9. Interesting, I always like to see how other people diversify across the Asset Classes. I've been playing around with dividend income for about 15 years at the moment this is what I have [I'm always thinking about change]: 10% Emerging Markets [NEWFX], 30% Large Caps [ACAAX, AGTHX, AIVSX, JBGCX], 4% Small Caps [FRVFX], 12% Foreign [CAIBX, ANWPX, AEPGX], 8% Mixed Target [FCISX, BALCX], 7% REITs [IRM, VTR, WPC, VNQ], and 7% Bond Funds [PONAX, FHIIX, + 2 old bonds when int rates were at 7%]; then 11% pharma stocks [ABBV, JNJ] + 4% energy stocks [COP] + 3% a money stock [GIM].

  10. I have a 1.5M portfolio. I only hold 6 stocks. Very little dividends. I make around 120K a year in long term capital gains and pay ZERO percent in taxes on them by keeping my personal work income low. If you are investing for dividends you are gonna be taxed at your own personal income level or possibly 15 pct if they are qualified dividends. Either way ZERO is better.

  11. Hi, retired, looking for a portfolio that can provide monthly passive income . Because we are in late sixties, and can't afford volatility or loss of capital, I understand I would be giving up yield. If I can get to 5 or 6 % I would be happy. Can you recommend an etf portfolio?

  12. Also there’s GEO ETF which manages private prisons it’s down quite a bit because of Elizabeth Warrens remarks on private prisons! I would buy that ETF if Warren or Bernie won’t get presidential ticket!

  13. An update to this portfolio for late 2019 would be awesome. Especially if for new investors you explained sitting on a 5,10 or 15% cash position waiting for a dip. December last year I deployed over 27k during the 10 days of market murder lol, and it helped me make a little extra despite the turmoil of tariffs this year.

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