Asked by Anonymous
Asked on 28 Feb 2019
Yes this is possible. just simply work backwards:
understand how much you will need to survive (varies from singles to families)
plan out how much is a realistic return for dividend yield
most likey around 5 - 7% p.a
create a diversified enough portfolio for that amount
Done. You can actually do this and i have friends also doing things like that in their 40s. By right they have no real need to work
Only thing is to manage your cashflow well as dividends can be quarterly or yearly.
I would think yes. Assuming you need $4000 a month to live on, and you can get dividends at 5% consistently. You'll need a capital of $960,000. Quite a huge sum, but 5% is a conservative assumption!
Certainly. But you still have to manage them from time to time as nothing remains the same forever.
See this by Seedly , all the calculations and summary there: