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5 things to know about dividends from Indian companies
5 things to know about
dividends from Indian
Dividends paid out by Indian companies reached an all-time high in FY2016, as per news reports.
These are payments made by a company to its shareholders.
It is the company’s way of distributing profits with shareholders.
Here are five things you should know about dividends from Indian companies:
What are dividends?
Most companies set aside a portion of profits for distribution among shareholders.
A dividend payment occurs in periodic intervals such as a quarterly or yearly basis.
Companies paying dividends are typically mature and financially stable.
Why are they so important to investors?
Dividends are very important for shareholders. They can be a source of regular income.
However, companies are not obliged to pay out dividends every quarter.
They can reinvest the profits to ensure greater growth of the company.
Typically, companies offer higher dividends when they don’t have growth opportunities.
Otherwise, companies prefer to reinvest the profits to expand the business.
The dividend payout of top-listed companies in India has risen to an all-time high, as per Media reports.
The payout ratio reached 40.5% in FY16 from an average of 20% in FY08, Business Standard reported.
The compound annual growth rate of dividend payouts in last five years was 11.9%.
This is despite a 0.6% decline in the net profits during the same period.
This has increased the dividend yield for shareholders.
Dividend yield stocks
Dividend yield is an indicator of how much an investor earns per share through dividends.
High dividend yield stocks offer substantial returns during every quarter.
These are known as ‘dog stocks’ in the financial world.
These companies may not use much cash for expansion purposes.
So, the company’s management share the profits with investors.
Experts say that buying dog stocks is a good long-term strategy. They can be a good option for risk-averse investors.
Dividend stocks are a good source of regular income. It is good to be invested in these stocks during times of market volatility. When
the future is unpredictable, you can sit back and enjoy your dividends.
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