Dividends4Life: If a Stock Doesn't Pay Dividends, How Can It Be Worth Anything?

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New investors often want to know: If a stock doesn't pay dividends, isn't buying it like participating in a Ponzi scheme because your return depends on what the next guy in line is willing to pay for your shares? That is a very good question and it's important you understand the answer.

Don't forget, though, that dividends are a great source of return for shareholders, especially when combined with dollar cost averaging. Investing in non-dividend paying stocks should be the exception, not the rule. To help you really get down into the details and understand non-dividend paying stocks, I created a story that will make this topic easy to grasp.

Source: About.com

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