dividendnoun

  • ja《金融》配当(金)
  • enthe distribution of a portion of the company's earnings, decided and managed by the company’s board of directors, and paid to a class of its shareholders

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Take a small portion of your income every month and invest it.
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That's averaging in.
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That's the idea.
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Maybe it's 10%, maybe it's 5% of your salary.
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Put that aside regardless of what the market's doing.
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'Cause over time,
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if you buy companies that are profitable and pay dividends, you'll grow as an investor.
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It was lovely meeting both of you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you, Mr. Slovin.
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And may I say what a privilege it would be to work for the Phillip Morris Corporation,
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a company that has remained the largest cigarette manufacturer in the US since 1983,
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plus has increased its dividends 46 times in the last 44 years!
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You all tore this market up in the face of a world that was trying to tear you down.
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Now, see, that's the company for me.
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Yeah! Yeah!
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Would you like to be a private company?
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- I'm fine where we are with Disney. - Yeah.
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We're doing just fine.
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We've returned a lot of value to shareholders over the years in the form of buybacks,
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and growth, and dividends.
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And so, we're absolutely fine.
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GE has reinvented transportation, medical technology, and the domestic realm.
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But in recent years, it's hit a snag.
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It's been the biggest loser in the Dow so far this year.
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It's had to cut jobs, its dividends,
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even sold off some of its most iconic businesses.
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I'm jealous!
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You don't think I want a lake house?
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I want a lake house.
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I want a canoe.
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I want to fish.
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I want all that stuff.
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I want dividends from Disney stock.
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I want a box at the Pacers game.
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I want his teeth!
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But what am I complaining about?
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I got all this.
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All this is mine!
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The low price of oil was gonna put more money in the pockets of consumers,
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and that was going to cause a pickup in business and so on.
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And it was a dividend.
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I mean, the American public got a big gasoline dividend in effect.