facebookMy question is, what do I do with my dividends as they are in small amounts and cant be easily reinvested into most companies. Any advice on what to do with my dividends? and also any areas I can improve on regarding my portfolio. - Seedly
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Posted on 15 May 2019

My question is, what do I do with my dividends as they are in small amounts and cant be easily reinvested into most companies. Any advice on what to do with my dividends? and also any areas I can improve on regarding my portfolio.

Hello, I'm 19 this year and just started investing, I've put in roughly $2k SGD into my vickers account. I've diversified slightly into a few sectors but mainly REITs. I've also started a RSF, to buy NIKKO AM STI ETF.

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Dividends may be small at the start, but you can always slowly accumulate them. It is like a snowball effect.

What I do is whenever I receive any dividends, I will put them into my warchest and track them. As time pass, you will realised that your dividends will grow from $100 a year to $1000 a year or more. With that, you can effective start to use your dividend to buy more stocks.

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MT2020

MT2020

Level 11. Master

Posted on 09 Mar 2020

You are still very young, you can accumulate the dividends into a larger amount before investing it.

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Frankie Rappaport

Frankie Rappaport

Level 16. Sage

Posted on 27 Jan 2020

You could just wait, at this point no need to hurry. if you have invested more, the dividend sums wi...

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