As from April 2013 my Journey in Investing is to create Retirement Income for Life till 85 years old in 2041 for two persons over market cycles of Bull and Bear.

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Sunday, 16 June 2013

Is high dividend yield sustainable?



Someone asked : "How sustainable is 8% dividend?"


Highly sustainable yield of XX% can be found in the next Fat Bear!

When your investment horizon is 20 or more years, why so kan cheong of chasing high yield now?

Only for long-term investors who have Gut and Patient;  they will be rewarded in bigger way by Mr. Market in the long run.


This is how Mr. Market works!

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3 comments:

  1. CW,

    I don't always agree 100% with what you say (that makes diversity fun), but I must give you this compliment:

    You do inspire me!

    Your record and journey shows that a retail investor/trader can "make it" if we play our cards right.

    I do hope in the next 10 years, I can produce a similar chart like yours ;)

    Got chance since I was lucky to pick up some core holdings during 2009. Now to sit tight.

    Meanwhile, I just swing trade other opportunistic counters just like your round 1,2,3 trades. LOL!

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    1. When our account size is large enough to generate retirement income for life, we should target 5% yield on cost, it is most likely to be sustainable over long run.


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  2. 5 % YOC on $500,000.0 or $1,000,000? Still yield P/A may not meet your P/A expenses during a downturn.
    Of course it is good to invest in this way because most probably your capital will last your lifetime and then some.

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