Some of the best dividend shares call the Singapore stock market home.
To help income investors glide through their passive income stream, we have compiled the best articles on dividend shares that have appeared on our flagship website, Fool.sg. The articles cover a wide variety of topics, from income stock ideas to analysing the sustainability of a company’s dividend. We also have an ingenious solution for the lazy income investors out there.
So, sit back, relax and let’s cruise.
Dividend stock ideas
Unsure which income stocks give you the best bang for your buck? Fret not. We have some stock ideas just for you:
- 4 Blue-Chip Stocks That Have Consistently Increased Their Dividends in the Last Five Years
- Singapore’s Top 5 Blue-Chip Stocks with the Tastiest Dividend Yields
- Singapore’s Best 5 Dividend Stocks With REIT-Like Yields
- 3 Income Stocks I Like from the List of 30 Best Stocks in Singapore for 2018
Choosing the best dividend stocks
Not all income stocks are created equal. A company with the highest dividend yield does not necessarily mean that it is the safest stock. In the following article, we distil three simple principles to look out for in a dividend-paying company before investing in it:
A focus on popular dividend shares
Some companies have the top-of-the-mind recall when someone mentions, “Dividend shares.”
Here, we have some guides and analyses on those companies. Companies mentioned in the articles below, in no particular order, are: Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd (SGX: D01), StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3), Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F), Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68), Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd (SGX: BS6), ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52) and Challenger Technologies Limited (SGX: 573).
- Your Complete Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd Dividend Guide
- Your Complete StarHub Ltd Dividend Guide
- Your Complete Singapore Telecommunications Limited Dividend Guide
- The Better Telco Dividend Stock: Singapore Telecommunications Limited or StarHub Ltd?
- 3 Concerns That I Have With M1 Ltd’s High Dividend Yield Of 6.7%
- 3 Reasons Dividend Investors Should Be Wary Of StarHub Ltd’s High Dividend Yield
- Both StarHub Ltd and M1 Ltd Have Market-Beating Dividend Yields, But Which Is Safer For Your Portfolio?
- The More Attractive Telco Dividend Stock: Singapore Telecommunications Limited or M1 Ltd?
- 2 Reasons For You To Like Singapore Exchange Limited’s Dividend
- Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd Is Yielding 5% Now: Is The Dividend Sustainable?
- ComfortDelGro Has Grown Its Dividends For 5 Consecutive Years, But Can They Be Sustained?
- Challenger Technologies Limited Is Yielding Around 7% Now: Is the Dividend Sustainable?
Sectorial dividend plays
In the next three articles, David Kuo dives into the telcos, the supermarkets, and the beer brewers for income ideas.
- Dial “D” For Dividends
- Shopping For Growing Dividends In Supermarkets
- Rolling Out The Dividend Barrel
The lepak way to dividend investing
The sub-heading says it all.
And, who can forget the REITs?
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) offer an alternative passive income source for income investors. Below is the one-and-only REITs guide you would need to pick the best REITs to invest in:
Meanwhile, there are 28 surprising and important things we think every Singaporean investor should know—and we’ve laid them all out in The Motley Fool Singapore’s new e-book. Packed with information and insights, we believe this book will help you be a better, smarter investor. You can download the full e-book FREE of charge—simply click here now to claim your copy.
[Editor's note: The article has been updated to include a dividend guide on Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd published on 13 September 2018.]
The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. The Motley Fool Singapore has recommended shares of Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd and Singapore Exchange Limited. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P owns shares in Singapore Exchange Limited.