How To Invest $1000 (Investing $1000 For Dividends)

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How would I invest $1000? If I were just starting out again and had one thousand dollars to invest in the stock market, what would I do? Well, being PPC Ian and being a dividend growth investor, I would personally approach this investment dividend growth style. In today's video, I will approach this hypothetical question, and will share the 9 rules that would govern my $1000 initial investment, paving the way for a future of successful investing and personal finance:

(1) I would purchase one stock. That's right, I would not diversify, but I would rather stay focused.
(2) I would purchase that one stock in a dividend reinvestment plan or DRIP for short. I would choose a DRIP that has no fees or low fees.
(3) II would make a lump sum investment. Meaning: I would avoid dollar cost averaging the initial one thousand dollars, and would just get my money working for me right away.
(4) I would make sure to reinvest all dividends. Dividend reinvestment plans (see rule 2) make this easy. In selecting my stock and DRIP, I would want to make sure that there are no (or very minimal fees) for dividend reinvestment.
(5) I would make ongoing period investments of $25 or $50 once I have more cash (after my initial $1000 stock investment).
(6) I would target a blue chip stock, one that has been around forever and one that will continue to be around forever. This would provide stability and also a level of diversification.
(7) I would target 7% year-over-year growth in the dividend, over the long term. I'd look for consistent dividend growth.
(8) I would target a company with a payout ratio in the 50% range.
(9) Last, I would target a stock with a current dividend yield in the 3% range.

This strategy has the opportunity to deliver superb rules, when factoring in dividend growth, dividend reinvestment, and capital appreciation. That said, let's look at this from a conservative modeling perspective. Let's assume zero capital appreciation and no reinvested dividends. In that case, one would yield 23% on their initial investment after 30 years. Meaning, after 30 years, one would take home $230 in cash every single year from their $1000 investment. And, that's the conservative model.

I hope you enjoyed this hypothetical situation that shows what I would personally do in this situation.

Want to learn more? Following are some of my additional resources about dividend growth investing. Here's my video about dividend reinvestment plans:

Here's my video about buying stock with no fees with as low as $25:

Here's my video about starting yield, and why it doesn't matter. It's all about dividend growth:

Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions.
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