A timely follow-up to the bestselling classic Dividends Don't Lie
In 1988 Geraldine Weiss wrote the classic Dividends Don't Lie, which focused on the Dividend-Yield Theory as a method of producing consistent gains in the stock market. Today, the approach of using the dividend yield to identify values in blue chip stocks still outperforms most investment methods on a risk-adjusted basis.
Written by Kelley Wright, Managing Editor of Investment Quality Trends, with a new Foreword by Geraldine Weiss, this book teaches a value-based strategy to investing, one that uses a stock's dividend yield as the primary measure of value. Rather than emphasize the price cycles of a stock, the company's products, market strategy or other factors, this guide stresses dividend-yield patterns.
- Details a straightforward system of investing in stick-to-quality blue-chip stocks with reliable dividend histories
- Discusses how to buy and sell when dividend yields instruct you to do so
- Investors looking for safety and transparency will quickly discover how dividends offer the yields they desire
With Dividends Still Don't Lie, you'll gain the confidence to make sophisticated stock market decisions and obtain solid value for your investment dollars.
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Kelley Wright is Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager at I.Q. Trends Private Client Asset Management. He is also Managing Editor of the Investment Quality Trends newsletter. Since 1989, Wright has been a private money manager and has served as Chief Investment Officer to three investment management firms. In 2002, he was handpicked by the legendary Geraldine Weiss to succeed her as Managing Editor of the number one rated Investment Quality Trends newsletter she started in 1966. Wright is an active lecturer nationwide at trade shows and investment conferences and a frequent guest on both television and radio.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Geraldine Weiss.
List of Figures and Tables.
PART I THE ART OF DIVIDEND INVESTING.
Chapter 1 First Things First.
Chapter 2 The Case for Investing in Stocks.
Chapter 3 The Dividend-Value Strategy.
Chapter 4 Quality and Blue Chip Stocks.
Chapter 5 Value and Blue Chip Stocks.
PART II BARGAINS STILL COME IN CYCLES.
Chapter 6 Value and the Stock Market.
Chapter 7 Finding Undervalued and Overvalued Stocks.
Chapter 8: Values, Cycles, and the Dow Jones Averages.
PART III WINNING IN THE STOCK MARKET.
Chapter 9 Developing a Successful Stock Strategy.
Chapter 10 Building and Managing the Dividend-Value Portfolio.
Chapter 11 The Stock Market and the Economy.
Chapter 12 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 13 Conclusion.
About the Author.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great first book on dividend investing. Great method to calculate intrinsic value
Excellent readig which is easy. great book for long term investors on investing in blue chip stocks.