The Death of Capital Gains Investing (and What to Replace It With) [NOOK Book]

Overview

The longest bull market in history peaked in October 2007.
The last twelve years have been a "lost dozen."
Thousands of Americans are in city parks whining the stock market is a scam and capitalism no longer works.
The old paradigms have shifted.
Where're the 10% average annual gains the experts promised ...

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The Death of Capital Gains Investing (and What to Replace It With)

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Overview

The longest bull market in history peaked in October 2007.
The last twelve years have been a "lost dozen."
Thousands of Americans are in city parks whining the stock market is a scam and capitalism no longer works.
The old paradigms have shifted.
Where're the 10% average annual gains the experts promised the stock market would deliver?
If you plan to retire someday, you need to learn where the real stock market wealth is today.
If you think some pension or mutual fund manager knows how to beat the market, or some TV or newsletter guru, you better get wise quick.
If you believe you can discover undervalued stocks by reading annual reports or monitoring Yahoo! Finance, you better get real.
The world economic and financial systems are teetering. The people, businesses, state and local governments, and national governments of the world have dug a huge hole of debt.
Nobody knows what's going to happen. When a rating agency can downgrade the United States government, nobody knows what else the future may bring.
Greeks are rioting in Athens and Americans in Oakland California.
Still think all you have to do to be set for life is find some low "P/E" stocks?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032939047
  • Publisher: Richard Stooker
  • Publication date: 12/6/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 297,121
  • File size: 87 KB

Meet the Author

Richard Stooker hails from the Mississippi River town of Alton, Illinois, warping him for life.Rich in history, Alton provides a combination of the idyllic Illinois background Ray Bradbury wrote of; the Mississippi River and bluffs of Mark Twain; and a rich, unique history -- often violent.From the Indian legend of the Piasa Bird, to the tallest man who ever lived (Robert Wadlow), to the assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., James Earl Ray.FATE Magazine terms Alton "The most haunted small town in America."Richard's childhood home stands close to the route where Union wagons once carried the corpses of Confederate prisoners who died of smallpox. At 8 years old, he first hears of James Earl Ray, (who later assassinates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.) Ray robs a grocery story owned by the grandparents of close neighbors and friends.In 1974 a still-unknown murderer abducts one of Richard's friends from a record store and kills him. Several years later, the father of other childhood friends goes on a jealousy-inspired, mass murder spree, killing three people -- including Richard's high school class president -- before committing suicide.Richard's over 30 years for a social service government agency gives him a broad background of dealing with both the worst and best people in modern society.When he writes, Richard realizes the horror and joy of every day life inspire dark fantasy stories.
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  • Posted January 26, 2012

    Nothing new

    A lot of common wisdom about dividend paying stocks.

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