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Which shares yield the best dividends


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For more information on this, see . . . . I am afraid, Lovemoney does NOT allow links to websites from writers but if you take the time and effort you will find me. What I will say is the following: Our investment methodology and strategy is very much a long-term one with rather few actual share transactions taking place in any year. Our aim is to show subscribers what can be achieved when one purchase shares in high quality dividend paying companies, when they are historically undervalued; then hold onto these shares (a process that can take on average up to six years) receiving increasing dividends (and re-invest these dividends in the same companies, if still trading at historically undervalued levels, or similar, than historically undervalued trading dividend paying companies), and subsequently sell these shares when they have become historically overvalued; then repeat the process for as long as possible. Due to the fact that we have developed unique algorithms that provide us and our subscribers with clear entree and exit points with regards to high quality dividend paying FTSE350 companies when they are historically undervalued and overvalued we do not release this information to the general public. A general description of the make-up of our algorithms is available to one and two year subscribers.

Vodafone is one of the best payers on the market with a yield of around 5.5% and is also one of the top 5 biggest companies in the ftse. Last year it paid a dividend of over 7% which included a special dividend from VW of which it owns a 45% share.