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Recently, Felipe Paiva, B3’s Customer Relationship Director, announced that the Stock Exchange has surpassed the 3 million mark of individual investors.
From the beginning of 2020 until September, there was an 82.37% increase compared to 2019, when 1,681,033 Brazilians had accounts open on the Exchange. It is increasingly evident the interest of people in investing in stocks, since the low Selic rate made the fixed income less advantageous.
One of the most important recommendations for investors, whether beginners or experienced, is to know how to make a good diversification of their portfolio to reduce risks.
In this sense, one of the possible strategies is to form a dividend portfolio.
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What are dividends?
Dividends are part of a company’s profits distributed to its shareholders as a form of remuneration. In addition, there are various types of profit distribution, with dividends and interest on equity (JCP) being the most common.
They are paid in cash and may be paid semi-annually, quarterly or even monthly depending on the company’s policy.
The date of payment of dividends is varied and depends on the announcements of the companies. Therefore, it is important for the shareholder to have organization to keep well informed when some payment is available.
Considering the high volume of information of companies in one day, it is understandable that shareholders need support tools. That’s why there are dividend calendars that can be accessed free of charge to help investors.
Check below one of these tools, the dividend agenda of the Investor’s Guide for 2020
Finally, it is worth mentioning that the data were calculated according to the companies‘ communiqués, and there may be updates in the future. In addition, it is also important for the investor to know the shareholder base of each payment, available in the GDI tool.