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I give up....You have a great talent for not responding to my ISSUE...forget it.

I thought your issue was that you have to buy one share.
It is possible to buy partial shares and be paid dividend on partial shares.
Therefore the return on $1000 and on $1000000 will be the same percentage wise.

When you talk you are only repeating what you already know. When you listen you might learn something new
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I thought your issue was that you have to buy one share.
It is possible to buy partial shares and be paid dividend on partial shares.
Therefore the return on $1000 and on $1000000 will be the same percentage wise.

your reading comprehension is lacking.

On running the test summing partial shares you are correct...and I was wrong

But the way I am familiar with how Drips work...which from a tax perspective is much easier to deal with and also I own the shares they are not kept track of elsewhere...I am correct.

In Canada, I don't think you can buy or sell a fraction of a share...at least with TD Waterhouse the broker I use.

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your reading comprehension is lacking.

On running the test summing partial shares you are correct...and I was wrong

But the way I am familiar with how Drips work...which from a tax perspective is much easier to deal with and also I own the shares they are not kept track of elsewhere...I am correct.

In Canada, I don't think you can buy or sell a fraction of a share...at least with TD Waterhouse the broker I use.

Take a look at

Canadian DRIP Primer

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Back to the OP.

SDR and SDT look good to me. Pays 30.91% and 45.58% respectively. From what I gathered from the tax forms these are both set up to last until 2030 or so. I will say that I have little to no idea what I am doing though. Why these are trading under 10$ is beyond me. Are people that afraid of taxes? Is it oil price or the estimated future of these wells they have royalties to?
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As for the screener Merrill edge has a good one but I think you have to have your account there to use it. Lots of options to sort through. Same mouse over summary thing.

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Hello guys, I would like to buy some stocks for long term investment. I would like to create dividend based portfolio over time as secondary source of invome for my family in case I die or something. Well my father died when I was a boy, but dividends out of his shares helped my mother a lot.

My question - is there some kind of books, education, videos, anything good on this topic? I was thinking about buying shares with good dividends while they are low and depending on how company do over time to keep them "forever" or sell them after first dividend. But its a wild guess and I bet many people tried that before and I want all the info I can get

Also, do you collect dividends personally (Maybe we in Czech Republic live in stone age, but here we colledct dividens personally from companies, you send them your bank account number and they send the dividend), or you have portfolio manager?

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My question - is there some kind of books, education, videos, anything good on this topic?

I have a book called The Naked Trader. It's geared for the UK stock market but I'd say the principles of stock picking in the book can be applied to any country. I consider it a pretty good read.


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Also, do you collect dividends personally (Maybe we in Czech Republic live in stone age, but here we colledct dividens personally from companies, you send them your bank account number and they send the dividend), or you have portfolio manager?

Again, in my experience of a UK-based account, the dividends are paid directly into your dealing account and then you can either withdraw or reinvest as appropriate.

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I have a book called The Naked Trader. It's geared for the UK stock market but I'd say the principles of stock picking in the book can be applied to any country. I consider it a pretty good read.

Again, in my experience of a UK-based account, the dividends are paid directly into your dealing account and then you can either withdraw or reinvest as appropriate.

Awesome, thanks for tip. I plan on having non-czech broker anyway, so I think it will work in the same way. But I plan on having a couple of Czech shares and since we have only 15% taxation I dont want to route dividends thru foreign broker and then have trouble with double taxation, so this direct method suits me well for local shares. It would be silly tho to do this in case of US companies for example.

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Awesome, thanks for tip. I plan on having non-czech broker anyway, so I think it will work in the same way. But I plan on having a couple of Czech shares and since we have only 15% taxation I dont want to route dividends thru foreign broker and then have trouble with double taxation, so this direct method suits me well for local shares. It would be silly tho to do this in case of US companies for example.

You should not have trouble with double taxation: the broker knows your Czech, or German or whatever, your dividend earnings won't be routed to another country where you're unknown for them.

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My question - is there some kind of books, education, videos, anything good on this topic?

https://www.thedividendpig.com/dividend-investing-books/

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