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DIY Investing Guide To Dividend Stocks (eBook)
Dividends are responsible for more than 40% of the S&P 500's returns over the past eighty years. Yet dividend investing is the most overlooked strategy relative to value and growth investing.
This is GOOD news, as there are many excellent opportunities today, especially for investors looking to improve their dividend yields in a low-yield world.
It is always good to start early, whether you’re twenties, thirties or forties. There is still time.
So get ready to take control of your financial future and unlock the power of dividend investing—regardless of your age or current situation.
This ebook seeks to provide expert guidance towards finding and investing in unique but conservative and proven dividend stocks.
In this e-book version you will:
✔ Gain broad knowledge of the fundamentals of dividend investing (with a focus on dividend companies)
✔ The ability to find great dividend-paying companies on your own
✔ The know-how to structure, track, and manage your Dividend Portfolio
✔ And how to diversify your money to reduce unnecessary risks
"Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It's to see my dividends coming in." - John D. Rockefeller
Who should read this book:
✔ If you want to create a passive income source you have found the book that really helps
✔ If you are looking for another fundamentally sound investment strategy (other than Value Investing)
✔ If you have strong desire to learn and attain financial independence
✔ If you are pursuing a career as a financial planner, financial analyst, stock broker, or fund manager
About The Author
Ivan, graduated from one of Asia’s top business schools and trained as an lead trainer in various industries. Ivan is an avid value investor since 2007, and is considered by many as an up and coming leading authority on Dividend Yielding Investments.With his second published book: Winning with REITs, Ivan looks to help everyday, average investors significantly improve their investment returns and manage their portfolio risks properly.