Jul 28, 2022, 09:00AM ISTSource: TIMESOFINDIA.COM
Stocks or mutual funds have two sources of returns: Firstly, there is the expected appreciation in the stock price and then of course, there are dividends. So 50, 60 years back dividends were a big deal and stocks would often offer dividend yields averaging a good 6% per annum. But over time, this policy has become a lot more diverse with companies offering high dividends, low dividends and even no dividends. With India and the world facing one such decline now in this video, we shall study some related data and see if a shift towards higher dividend-yielding stocks, ETFs and mutual funds can be an investor’s answer to better tackling this somewhat uncertain equity market. Source: ET Money, download the app here.