"Set it and forget it" investing, with less risk and higher returns Get Rich with Dividends is the best-selling dividend-investing book that shows investors how to achieve double-digit returns using a time-tested conservative strategy. Written by a 19-year veteran of the equity markets, this invaluable guide shows you how to set up your investments for minimal maintenance and higher returns, so you can accumulate wealth while you focus on the things that matter.
Using the author's proprietary 10-11-12 system, you'll learn how to generate the income you need on a quarterly or even monthly basis. You'll discover the keys to identifying stocks that will return 12 percent or more every year and how to structure your investments for greater security and financial well-being. This method is so easy to use, you'll want to teach it to your children early to set them up for financial independence and help them avoid the problems that plagued many investors over the past decade.
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Market risk is high, and interest rates are low, making it a perfect time to get started on a more sensible wealth-generation strategy.
©2015 Marc Lichtenfeld; Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
Practical advice for dividend investors. It also addressed the power of compounding. Strongly recommend to anyone who wants to build his/her wealth over the long term.
This book is for those looking to grow their money in the stock market over the long term. This is not for those that want to be able to beat the market with very few stocks over the short term. The narrator is excellent, especially for the subject matter. I have an MBA and needed a refresher as well as some strategy for saving for retirement as well as a house. So far this has been the best book so far. It isn't too over your head and he does define some of the terms. He gives you keywords to help you in some additional research as well as what to watch out for when looking through so many ratios. Very good book delivered in a way that keeps your attention.
I like that this book illustrates an actual method and not just a "look at me I got rich book". Well done. Will definitely re read.
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