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What are some of the ways that I can start a High Dividends Payout Portfolio?

I am looking especially for those with monthly/quarterly dividend payouts and the option to reinvest the payouts direct. My end goal is to reach around 40-50k per annum through dividend payouts alone. Is it possible?

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  • Hariz Arthur Maloy
    Hariz Arthur Maloy, Independent Financial Advisor at Promiseland Independent
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    Answered on 08 Feb 2019

    If you have some investment horizon, look for growth first instead of dividends. You'll need to accumulate a million dollar portfolio to give you 50k per annum dividends.

    Also, you can set one up with an FA using funds, or look at individual bonds and stocks and REITs.

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      Thanks for the reply Hariz! After some research, it helped to clear some things up! What would you suggest, given if I had about 30+ years ahead to invest, to start off with?
      08 Feb 2019
    • Hariz Arthur Maloy
      That's a long time. I'd suggest to build a portfolio that can achieve 10% p.a returns. Maybe a 85% Equity, 15% Bond portfolio. So 25% US Equities, 30% Asia Inc Japan Equities, 20% Europe Inc UK Equities, 10% Global Emerging Equity, 10% SG Bonds, 5% Asian High Yield Bonds.
      09 Feb 2019
  • Luke Ho
    Luke Ho, Money Maverick at Money Maverick
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    Answered on 11 Feb 2019

    It's possible since I'm aiming for about 70 - 72k dividend payouts myself for my own retirement.

    You'd need between 700k - 900k to be comfortable and maybe less if you're want it urgently.

    I also offer such instruments that do exactly what you want - you can have monthly income sent directly to your bank, automatically rebalanced and if you're not using the payout you can reinvest it.

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