Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term

Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term

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by Paul Rubillo
     
 

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Millions of investors are struggling to build a nest egg in the face of today’s brutal market realities. For many of them, dividend investing represents the perfect low-risk approach. Over the past 80 years, dividends have accounted for over 44% of the S&P’s total returns. Now, there’s an up-to-date, practical, step-by-step guide to successful

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Millions of investors are struggling to build a nest egg in the face of today’s brutal market realities. For many of them, dividend investing represents the perfect low-risk approach. Over the past 80 years, dividends have accounted for over 44% of the S&P’s total returns. Now, there’s an up-to-date, practical, step-by-step guide to successful dividend investing. In Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term, Paul Rubillo, the founder of Dividend.com, delivers all the information you need to invest successfully in dividend stocks and attain long-term financial freedom.

 

Rubillo explains why dividend stock investing is the only long-term strategy that actually works, and offers a comprehensive plan for achieving real financial stability. You’ll discover:

 

·        What to do now, before you invest in anything

·        Why asset managers and financial planners won’t help you pick the right dividend stock

·        Why cash-rich companies aren’t always a good investment

·        How compounding returns can make you a Dividend Millionaire

·        Why dividend dates matter, and how to use them

·        How to find safe dividend yields, and avoid “dividend traps”

·        How to save money by periodically auditing your brokerage account

·        When to sell, and how to use stop-loss orders to protect your profits

 

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132690553
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
02/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
1,233,441
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Paul Rubillo is the Founder and CEO of Dividend.com, the #1 source for long-term investors. Paul’s daily content is featured on such major finance portals as TheStreet.com, RealMoney.com, Forbes.com, AOL Money & Finance, and NASDAQ.com. Paul was also formerly the exclusive author of the NASDAQ.com daily e-newsletter “NASDAQ Stocks to Watch.”

 

Paul is well-known for breaking down key stocks, themes, and trends in an easy-to-digest style, encouraging investors to understand and take advantage of short-term gyrations while focusing on longterm investment goals. Paul motivates readers to take action within their financial lives today so that they can stay ahead of any impending movements in the market tomorrow.

 

Prior to launching Dividend.com, Paul was a highly successful stock trader who managed his own capital for more than 13 years of full-time market experience.

 

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Be a Dividend Millionaire 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Carol1234 More than 1 year ago
This book is a charade. I am so dissapointed with my purchase. Dividends are discussed in this book around page 96 followed by a description of the author's day trading adventures. The rest of the book (around 132 pages - book is about 6 inches by 9 inches) is full of pithy statements that could be cut and pasted from the Interent. The reader also learns that the author didn't make any mistakes associated with big losses during major downtruns - the 2000 and 2008-09. A lot of bull here. If this fellow has worthwhile advice, he didn't let on in this book. A great waste of money. I recommend taking a long look at this book in the bookstore before you spend money. As I said above, this is a truly awful book. Is there any standard anymore?
jaydee777 More than 1 year ago
This book is a waste. I am glad i did not buy it. Got a printed version from a friend. It is pretty much information you could get from the internet.
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CathyF7 More than 1 year ago
Some great investing pointers, although I would need to make notes or re-read it before putting into play. More applicable to the short-term investor but some good ideas about when to buy/sell.
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