DRPs the money or the shares?

Cash goes in, cash comes out. At its heart, this describes the type of company you should buy shares in. Businesses that generate free cash flow – or those that eventually will – are what every investor should seek.The problem is that not all shareholders need the cash coming out (you’ll know this cash as ‘dividends’). After all, the very definition of investing is delaying spending now so that you can spend in the future. Dividends landing in your bank account create the problem of what to do with the cash.Financial markets being what they are, there’s a solution to...

Cash goes in, cash comes out. At its heart, this describes the type of company you should buy shares in. Businesses that generate free cash flow – or those that eventually will – are what every investor should seek.

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