Getting started on Buycoins
How to Create a Buycoins Account
How to Add Your Bank Account on Buycoins
How to Make Your First Deposit
How to Buy Your First Asset
How to Verify Your BVN
How to verify your Phone Number
Introduction to Cryptocurrency
Introduction to Stocks
How to know the right stock to buy
Figure out your investment goals
Know the Company
Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E ratio)
Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation & Amortization (EBITDA)
Debt to Equity Ratio
Buying & Selling
Deposits & Withdrawals
How to Withdraw Naira
How to Deposit Naira
How to deposit on Buycoins using Chippercash
How to deposit Naira using Abeg
Sending & Receiving
How to Send Cryptocurrency on Buycoins
How to Receive Cryptocurrency on Buycoins
Wallet address best practices
How to buy on Buycoins Pro (Market Order)
How to sell on Buycoins Pro (Market Order)
How to buy on Buycoins Pro (Limit Order)
How to sell on Buycoins Pro (Limit Order)
Order Books Explained
Order Book Estimates & Fees
How To View Pending (Escrowed) Trades
What is NGNT?
Why do I need to verify my account?
How To Remove A Bank Account
Buying and Selling Cryptocurrency FAQs
Why is the website not loading?
What Does My Account Tier Allow Me Do?
What are network fees?
How do I reset my password?
What is the difference between Buycoins and Buycoins Pro?
Refer & Earn Program
What are Native Segwit Addresses?
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Another good way to know if a company is worth investing in is to look at its dividend. A dividend is a share of a company’s profit that it pays to its shareholders. Not every company pays out dividends but if you’re looking to make occasional passive income, investing in one that does would be a good idea. Large companies who make steady profits typically pay the best dividends while companies who are in their early stages may be unable to issue dividends for a while.
If the company you’re interested in pays dividends, you should observe its dividend yield over the past few years. A sudden increase may not always be a good sign, especially when you can’t point to any obvious positive reason from your research on the company.