laatste update: 07-2022
In this video I reveal my dividend passive income from a UK share portfolio of £300,000.
I have a fairly ordinary job in the education sector but I’ve growing my portfolio for 13 years now by simply investing spare money each month into large established companies mainly in the FTSE 100. Many of these companies are global giants earning much of their revenue from around the world. I prefer large established companies which pay reliable dividends simply because I find this highly motivating seeing monthly payments flowing in. I always reinvest the dividends and allow them to compound over time. Regular investing into dividend shares allows you to generate a stream of passive income which grows over time. The end goal is to achieve financial independence and retire early. My stockbroking platform is Barclays Smart Investor which allows me to buy individual companies in the UK and a wide range of funds including Exchange Traded Funds from around the world. I make good use of a stocks and shares ISA to protect my investments from tax. The companies I mention in this video are Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Diageo, Unilever, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, iShares Core FTSE 100 ETF, Barclays, National Grid, British American Tobacco, SSE, Lloyds Banking Group, HSBC Holdings, Tesco, Rio Tinto, Tate and Lyle, Aviva, United Utilities, Imperial Brands, Greencoat UK Wind, Direct Line group, iShares S&P 500 ETF, IG Group, Croda International, Bluefield Solar Income Fund, Renewable Infrastructure Group.
Disclaimer The information presented on this channel and in these videos is for entertainment purposes only and is not financial advice. The price of shares can go down and well as up. Investing in shares is not appropriate for everyone so please do your own research.