Get Rich with Dividends: A Proven System for Earning Double-Digit Returns
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A comprehensive guide to dividend investing that shows how to obtain double-digit returns with ease.
Dividends are responsible for 44% of the S&P 500′s returns over the last 80 years. Today they present an excellent opportunity, especially with investors who have been burned in the dot com and housing meltdowns, desperate for sensible and less risky ways to make their money grow. Designed to show investors how they can achieve double-digit average annualized returns over the long-term, Get Rich with Dividends: A Proven System for Earning Double-Digit Returns is the book you’ll need to get started making money in any market.
The beauty of dividend investing is that it’s extremely easy to understand and takes up almost none of the investor’s time. The investor doesn’t have to constantly watch over their investments, and can and focus on other things, secure in the knowledge that the system is working and they are accumulating wealth or generating the income they need on a quarterly or even monthly basis.
Using the author’s proprietary 10-11-12 System, investors can achieve average annual returns of 12% or more, if they know which stocks to invest in and how to do so – even with below average growth in the share price.
- Dividend investments are easy to set up and require little to no maintenance, and this book shows you how to do it.
- A method so easy to use, you’ll want to teach your children how to do it early, setting them up for financial independence and avoiding the problems that plagued many investors over the past decade
- Full of expert advice from a 15-year veteran of equity markets.
By showing investors how to find and invest in these unique but conservative and proven stocks, Get Rich with Dividends is the only book on dividend investing you’ll ever need.
ten years you’d collect $4,592 in income with the Contender and $4,108 from the Champion. The Challengers, with their much higher dividend growth rates, blow away their more mature peers. After ten years, the dividend yield surges to 8.6%, and the investor would have collected $5,615 in income. As with most investments on Wall Street, the seemingly safer investment typically offers a lower yield and growth prospects—in this particular situation, I’m talking about dividend growth, but often, share
opportunities wherever they lie. Why would someone invest in a private equity fund? We all know how wealthy you could have become if you had invested in Microsoft and Apple when the companies had their initial public offerings (IPOs). Imagine how rich you would have been if you had invested even before they went public. When early-stage companies are private and raising money, they can still sell shares, just not to the public in the markets. They sell them in privately arranged transactions.
wealth-creating portfolio for the long term. The Perpetual Income Portfolio—An Example I manage the Perpetual Income Portfolio for the Oxford Club’s Ultimate Income Letter. Normally, we have approximately 20 stocks in the portfolio, diversified across a wide range of industries. I’m not going to mention what the stocks are because by the time you read this, the portfolio may very well have changed. For more information on the portfolio, please visit www.oxfordclub.com. However, I will tell you
it remains committed to 9% to 10% dividend growth for the foreseeable future. Again, no guarantees, but that should give you a good frame of reference on which to base your forecast. If you can’t find any stated dividend policy in a company’s press releases or corporate presentations on its website, call investor relations and ask if it has one. Take a look at what happens if we increase the starting yield but lower the growth forecast. We’ll assume we invested $10,000 and the stock price never
over the long haul, they mean nothing and in fact could help you accumulate more wealth, as I’ll explain in the section on bear markets in Chapter 3. The Numbers Investing in dividend stocks is the best way to make money in the stock market over the long term. But don’t just take my word for it. Harvey Rubin and Carlos Spaht, II, both of Louisiana State University in Shreveport, wrote, “For those investors who adopt ten- and fifteen-year time horizons, the dividend investment strategy will lead